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    I was calling him a jolly green bundle of sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    I was calling him a jolly green bundle of sticks.
    Shut up you flaming British cigarette.
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    No, actually, Back is not an idiot.
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    I am a retard. I'm disabled. I'm poor. I'm black. I'm gay. I'm transgender. I'm a woman.


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    Jacksonville Jaguar's Defense

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    Someone crashed into a wall right outside my house at 1 AM. I run out there and the car's still running but empty. Probably drunk, probably a stolen car.
    You had better pay your guild dues before you forget. You are 113 months behind.

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    Found a bug on my Windows 7 work computer that generates Windows CAB files over and over until your hard drive is full. All of the IT folks kept telling me I needed to delete personal files, of which I had less than a gig on a 200+ gig hard drive. Once I did their job for them and actually found out what was wrong, they told me to just wait because they're installing Windows 10 soon anyway. Useless gits.

    Here's the bug in question: https://www.computerworld.com/articl...ard-drive.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taernath View Post
    Someone crashed into a wall right outside my house at 1 AM. I run out there and the car's still running but empty. Probably drunk, probably a stolen car.
    How do you know it wasn't you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun
    No, actually, Back is not an idiot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Back
    I am a retard. I'm disabled. I'm poor. I'm black. I'm gay. I'm transgender. I'm a woman.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen View Post
    Found a bug on my Windows 7 work computer that generates Windows CAB files over and over until your hard drive is full. All of the IT folks kept telling me I needed to delete personal files, of which I had less than a gig on a 200+ gig hard drive. Once I did their job for them and actually found out what was wrong, they told me to just wait because they're installing Windows 10 soon anyway. Useless gits.

    Here's the bug in question: https://www.computerworld.com/articl...ard-drive.html
    Why is it the majority of IT people are fucking douchbags? They are like "People always come to me with easily fixed issues all the time!" Welcome to every customer service everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methais View Post
    How do you know it wasn't you?
    You had better pay your guild dues before you forget. You are 113 months behind.

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    Elephant comforting his dying friend.



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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun
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    A 26-year-old avid outdoorswoman from Oregon reported left eye irritation accompanied by the sensation of a foreign object. The patient had, in previous weeks, been practicing horsemanship in Gold Beach, OR, a region where cattle farming occurs. The irritation worsened and on the eighth day of symptoms, the patient removed a small, translucent worm. She presented to a local physician who removed two additional worms. The worms were submitted to Northwest Pathology for analysis and identification where they were fixed in 10% buffered formalin and forwarded to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Parasitic Diseases Reference Laboratory for identification. The following day, the patient presented to an optometrist where three additional worms were removed. The patient was arranged to see an infectious disease specialist who removed a partial worm, which was also sent to the CDC. The patient was diagnosed with parasitic infiltration of the left periocular tissues and a secondary bilateral papillary reaction of the upper and lower palpebral conjunctivae. The patient was advised to undergo manual extraction rather than topical or systemic antihelminthic therapy. Despite multiple washouts by ophtalmologists, no further worms were seen by providers; however, the patient continued to remove worms from her left eye. A total of 14 worms were removed from the patientís left eye over 20 days. Since this time, the patient has been without symptoms and no further worms have been observed.

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