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  Reply # 684894 12-Sep-2012 12:11
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I already have one, but thanks for the offer :)

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  Reply # 684895 12-Sep-2012 12:13
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tonyhughes:
Behodar: I cook my breakfast for 99 seconds!

OMG!

Want to buy my 9 button?


I'm guessing you all saw this: http://www.xkcd.org/1103/



 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 684896 12-Sep-2012 12:14
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One day you will end up having to use multiples of 1 or 3, and cursing the day you turned down the offer to buy a spare 9 button.




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  Reply # 684897 12-Sep-2012 12:15
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PaulBrislen:
tonyhughes:
Behodar: I cook my breakfast for 99 seconds!

OMG!

Want to buy my 9 button?


I'm guessing you all saw this: http://www.xkcd.org/1103/


XKCD is god.

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  Reply # 684900 12-Sep-2012 12:26
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Cook a thing for 1m30? I put it in for 90 seconds. I believe in button equality.




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  Reply # 684903 12-Sep-2012 12:29
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I've been doing it since before seeing that xkcd; it's just quicker to enter 99 than 140 :)

Since we're already this far off topic, microwave logic: 100 is 39 seconds less than 99.

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  Reply # 684921 12-Sep-2012 13:06
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You call that a phone! Now this is a real mans phone - 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Vintage-Pulsar-Extra-Extra-Extra-Thick-Brick-Cell-Mobile-Phone-/370626363247?pt=Cell_Phones&hash=item564b0d7f6f

And they want a K US$ for it!!!!!!

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  Reply # 684926 12-Sep-2012 13:18
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mmlakeman: You call that a phone! Now this is a real mans phone - 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Vintage-Pulsar-Extra-Extra-Extra-Thick-Brick-Cell-Mobile-Phone-/370626363247?pt=Cell_Phones&hash=item564b0d7f6f

And they want a K US$ for it!!!!!!


F$%k me, is that an extended battery pack or does it come with its own operator housed inside?

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  Reply # 684927 12-Sep-2012 13:18
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This may help you ....
It may not ...



[Moderator edit (MF): here, fixed for you. Used those magic BBCODE things we keep talking about]


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  Reply # 684940 12-Sep-2012 13:36
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PaulBrislen:
tonyhughes:
Behodar: I cook my breakfast for 99 seconds!

OMG!

Want to buy my 9 button?


I'm guessing you all saw this:?http://www.xkcd.org/1103/




Keep up.




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I just give them information based on what they are wearing.

Business suits at work, jeans/t-shirt, or normal casual clothing at home = Android, or Windows Mobile

Plaid, bright coloured suits, turtlenecks, jeans too tight = iPhone

Naked = I usually just tell them to leave, unless they are hot




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  Reply # 684959 12-Sep-2012 14:06
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Well, there aren't any Windows Mobile anymore, only Windows Phone...




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freitasm: Well, there aren't any Windows Mobile anymore, only Windows Phone...


wiPhone?

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freitasm: Well, there aren't any Windows Mobile anymore, only Windows Phone...


Whoops!  Got confused because my colleague brought in his old HD2 today!




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  Reply # 685039 12-Sep-2012 16:03
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kiwitrc:
freitasm: Well, there aren't any Windows Mobile anymore, only Windows Phone...


wiPhone?


Nope, it's pronounced "Why Phone?"




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