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Bad link Eric:

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amenditman

Bad link Eric:

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Worked for me this afternoon and again just now.

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securitybreach

Yeah it works now

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Cluttermagnet

Having fun with Cat5/6:

 

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The internet is a harsh mistress... :whistling:

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V.T. Eric Layton

Linky OK for me. Maybe it was just one of those NSA crittters clogging up the Internets. :(

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abarbarian

The watch that doesn’t tell time

 

 

The Durr ‘watch’ has no face, no hands and no ‘traditional’ time-telling function.

 

 

 

Made me laugh. Now if only I could come up with a plan like that. :breakfast:

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V.T. Eric Layton

The watch that doesn’t tell time

 

 

 

 

 

Made me laugh. Now if only I could come up with a plan like that. :breakfast:

 

Shouldn't they have called it the Duh! watch? This reminds me of the guy who made millions on the pet rock thing.

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AHAHAHAHAHA! :hysterical: That was great!

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McThor:

 

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Wild...

 

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Temmu

creative!

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V.T. Eric Layton

Bozo the Nuke. COOL!

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securitybreach

Cute but hilarious and on point. I always said Toddlers act like their drunk :hysterical:

 

 

18 Ways That Kids Are Basically Just Drunk Adults

 

 

1. They can sleep anywhere.

 

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2. They are the least coordinated beings in existence.

 

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3. They have difficulty not hitting themselves.

 

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4. They find themselves in places with no memory of how they got there.

 

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http://diply.com/amu...nk-adults/56516

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Temmu

ha ha! keep them coming!

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LilBambi

ROFL!

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BTW why in the world would you indent the numbers but not the next line or at least space it out? It looks stupid

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Temmu

paragraphs were indented 5 spaces, somewhere, gentle writers lost the art of forming paragraphs (and of course, writing them.) the age of the indent-less paragraph came upon us, where a blank line represented a paragraph, sans the 5 space indent.

 

it's sad what we've lost. thanks to the internet, we'll loose so much more.

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securitybreach
it's sad what we've lost. thanks to the internet, we'll loose so much more.

 

Pretty much B)

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Temmu

internet writing is like ebonics, both are a style. internet writing may not include capital letters (who would do that?) and the ubiquitous lol. sadly, i've heard from educators that that style of writing has crept into english classes so much so that teachers feel obliged to accept it (as long as the student has a consistent style throughout their paper.)

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