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    Re: The Boring Thread

    Get a hobby... maybe you could try to reverse engineer the coffee mug, and discover it true roots.
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    In order to get a coffee cup to grow, you first have to get a cup to mature. You do this by taping antenas to the bottom of the cup and placing the cup into an ice chest with Humpty Dumpty. Since cups grow quickly, it should be mature in a couple hours. Take the cup out and throw it against the wall. The pieces will magically form into two new cups. People, who have tried this, say it is quiet a unique experience.

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    There is a website that suits the situation.... guess what?? Bored.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by binarybob0001
    In order to get a coffee cup to grow, you first have to get a cup to mature. You do this by taping antenas to the bottom of the cup and placing the cup into an ice chest with Humpty Dumpty. Since cups grow quickly, it should be mature in a couple hours. Take the cup out and throw it against the wall. The pieces will magically form into two new cups. People, who have tried this, say it is quiet a unique experience.
    Instead of an ice chest use liquid nitrogen. Even better a rubber ball in liquid nitrogen.
    Get a hobby... maybe you could try to reverse engineer the coffee mug, and discover it true roots.
    May be we could come up with 101 industrial uses for ear wax.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Frohman
    May be we could come up with 101 industrial uses for ear wax.
    Ear wax use #1) Houseplant fertilizer

    //My little ivy here is looking pretty pathetic... maybe it's just wishful thinking.
    GO TECH GO!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurleygirl
    Ear wax use #1) Houseplant fertilizer

    //My little ivy here is looking pretty pathetic... maybe it's just wishful thinking.
    My lawn has died and crabgrass has replaced the whole front strip.
    Maybe it can kill crabgrass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Frohman
    My lawn has died and crabgrass has replaced the whole front strip.
    Maybe it can kill crabgrass.
    Super!

    Ear wax use #2) Crabgrass killer!
    GO TECH GO!!

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    I'll bet a bullet couldn't penetrate 100 feet of ear wax (or peanut butter for that matter) we could develop armour for people and tanks made out of ear wax or peanut butter. One problem with wearing a jacket with 100 feet of peanut butter on it is that it would attract flies. We'll have to work on that.
    The development stage could be tricky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Frohman
    I'll bet a bullet couldn't penetrate 100 feet of ear wax (or peanut butter for that matter) we could develop armour for people and tanks made out of ear wax or peanut butter. One problem with wearing a jacket with 100 feet of peanut butter on it is that it would attract flies. We'll have to work on that.
    The development stage could be tricky.
    Hm.. what abt poison those butter.. so that the flies which get attracte die off.. and the world could get rid off overpopulated fly community
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    Re: The Boring Thread

    I'm at work and the da mn internal network is down. Only internet is working. So i browsed the codeguru forums, but that's done now and now i'm bored... i guess i'm gonna browse some more

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    Re: The Boring Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Frohman
    I'll bet a bullet couldn't penetrate 100 feet of ear wax (or peanut butter for that matter) we could develop armour for people and tanks made out of ear wax or peanut butter. One problem with wearing a jacket with 100 feet of peanut butter on it is that it would attract flies. We'll have to work on that.
    The development stage could be tricky.
    and there's #3!
    GO TECH GO!!

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    Mick is Love...
    Free Mick...

    Attica...Attica...Attica

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    Re: The Boring Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick
    Free Mick...
    I though they called him Willy?...


    hi Mickey
    "UNIX is simple; it just takes a genius to understand its simplicity!"

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    Re: The Boring Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by dimm_coder
    I though they called him Willy?...


    hi Mickey
    Free dimmys country...

    Dimmys country is Love...
    Free dimmys country...

    Attica...Attica...Attica

    /Opps...those are not Democrats talking points

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    Re: The Boring Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick

    **************

    Attica...Attica...Attica
    Ok, i'm giving you a template so you can take your favourite dictionary and sing your mantra substituting each word one by one...

    blabla is Love...
    Free blabla...

    Attica... Attica... Attica

    it's boring though and I wanna sleep
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