Quick - Frisk Mr. Peabody for a Sonic Screwdriver...!?!
Kirk - "Scotty, do you have the coordinates?"
Scotty - "Aye Captain!"
Kirk - "Good. Transport them directly into the shuttle bay. Start with the Enterprise."
Spock - "Quite logical Captain!"
Scotty - "Does this make us supervillians Captain?"
Kirk - "We are just protecting them, Until NASA realizes they still need them"
*boop* *beep* *whirrrrrlllll*
"Not everyone has the money to buy them. Sad, for them."
Most of us on the other hand don't have the Time or Money to waste trying to use, fix and secure Redmond's pathetic products.
I no longer remember my real name.
Aaaaand the inner workings of Star Trek's Heisenberg Uncertainty Compensator is now discovered... it's just a mass of poorly connected wires and circuits! Next step - teleportation...
Scotty would be ashamed of this comment. Surely any Starfleet engineer worth his rating would know its not just the poorly connected wires. Its know which of the poorly connected wires needs to be connected to the phase transition coil and cross circuited to the the pattern buffer.
Its usually the green one.
Please contact Faulkes Telescope Project or NASA.
If found, do NOT feed or pet.
Hey flesh bags, bite my shiny metal radioactive a.....
Oh Fukushima, not Futurama..... Sorry my bad...
and soon no Dome either.
No Ruby (or Silver) Slippers required.
Those were the days.... email, group notes, bloggs, instant messaging, p0rn, multiuser space and dungeon games, 512x512 graphics, decent keyboards
The security on the -ext- command was user settable for Authors.
Always fun to find someone who had toggled it to world "write" and to start up the microfich slide projector in their Plato Terminals unexpectedly. Even more fun if the slide projector still had a good supply of compressed air to rattle the terminal and flash the projector at the same time.