It is not I who am crazy... IT IS I WHO AM MAD!
I was in 5th or 6th grade, and I woke up to a new computer in my room. The printer immediately broke and I noticed the desk was half up-side down. My dad had assembled it and the desk in the dark, during the night, while I was asleep (I'm a heavy sleeper). He was no technician, but I appreciated the effort. I traded c64 games with kids at school and stacks of 5.25 floppies via mail. Commodore games were fantastic; much better than NES. Junior year of High School, I finally had the initiative to figure out what my dad had done to the printer, and it turned out to be a simple problem that I fixed. I used 80 column mode to type and print essays for school for the next two years. Much praise to my old man. Granted, first year of college and he helped me acquire a 386 with Windows 3.0, which I had for three years, then built my own. I'll never forget my C=128. Thanks, dad!
... almost 12 hours till someone said it? Really?
Thanks, Slashdot for parsing out > Stir of Echoes GREATER THAN(x3) Sixth Sense.
The Kevin Bacon film was an adaptation, but it was so similar to The Sixth Sense and came out around the same time... it's like how Equilibrium was better than The Matrix.
... he could always claim he had Changnesia.
And programmed an oversized remote, which I turned sideways. She thinks QVC is "Amazon".
WTF? How about how about Trauma Center?
Running a red light is indicative of not having enough time to notice that the light is changing. By extending the amount of time the yellow signal is on, the more likely a speeder will notice the light is changing.
Anonymous Coward doesn't know the difference between one question and three questions
Did all the guerilla marketing result in increased profits?
Dear Mom, I would give you all my moderator points if I had them. Now please stop using the computer. -Josh
He double-dipped the chip!
Seriously, why was that term not even used once in this article?
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