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Comment: Re:A couple of things (Score 1) 545

I was right all the time from day one. But no matter where I go, these morons I'm surrounded by just don't see it, and give me crap work to do when I should be running things MY way.

Jim Croce said it best:
Tried to find me an executive position
But no matter how smooth I talked
They wouldn't listen to the fact that I was a genius
The man say, "We got all that we can use."

Comment: Re:Nuts and %$@) (Score 4, Funny) 173

That reminds me of a joke. Guy goes into a bar and orders a scotch. He downs that quickly and goes through three more in the same fashion. The bartender asks him if he's celebrating anything. The guy says "Yeah, just had my first blowjob." Bartender says "Congratulations! Here's another one, on the house." The guy says "No thanks. If four scotches won't get the taste out of my mouth, another one isn't going to help."

Comment: Re:oh the fun (Score 1) 288

by OhSoLaMeow (#49623085) Attached to: USBKill Transforms a Thumb Drive Into an "Anti-Forensic" Device

Now I feel left out, the Commodore PET's we had in school did not have mice, or hard drives, or usb. Just a keyboard and a 5.25" floppy drive. :(

Me, too. Our computer was an IBM 360 model 25. Only so much you can do with that.

Although there was a certain card deck that could print out racy pictures on the line printer....

Comment: Re:Worse? Probably not! (Score 1) 82

by OhSoLaMeow (#49571471) Attached to: ATT, DirecTV Mega-Merger May Go Through

DirecTV does too, last I checked. That's how it does the billing. Also how it gets video-on-demand, which is funny because if everything was available over VOD, the dish on the roof would be pointless.

Odd, my DirectTV receiver doesn't have a WiFi connection. It does have a phone line but it doesn't use it much. I left it disconnected for the better part of a year and it kept working fine.

"To take a significant step forward, you must make a series of finite improvements." -- Donald J. Atwood, General Motors