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2 years ago#1
I had quite a few laughs.
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2 years ago#2
my little 4 year old nephew calls all in one touch screen computers "magic computers" because they don't have a tower.
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2 years ago#3
I liked this a lot :)
2 years ago#4
Thanks for sharing :)
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2 years ago#5
Malware Exorcism

I chuckled at that phrase.
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2 years ago#6
That was awesome
2 years ago#7
That's a good read. I remember it from a few years back.
2 years ago#8
Funny, what did you search for to lead you to that though. i have to show it my family cause to them it is almost magic.
2 years ago#9

When you look at your computer honestly, and accept the fact that it is magic, everything becomes easier to understand. It's no longer necessary to be well educated about your computer. You don't have to take classes, or buy books, you don't even have to be computer literate. With the proper attitude, anyone can use, maintain, even repair a computer. Just bear these simple principles in mind:

The Computer Is Evil
The core of a computer is a small trapped evil spirit (it is no coincidence that UNIX and GNU/Linux processes are called daemons!) This imp is imprisoned in your computer as punishment for something it did in the netherworld. Generally speaking, the more evil the imp is, the faster the computer is. There are also lesser ghosts and hobgoblins that inhabit the expansion cards and peripherals of your computer. These evil spirits are trapped within the hardware of your computer. Take a screwdriver, open up your computer, and take a look at the circuit boards. They are usually green, and are covered with complex patterns of thin copper lines. These are Circuit Runes, written in arcane and ancient languages that describe the magic spells that bind the imps to the chips. Be very careful with circuits. If you scratch off even the tiniest bit of the runes, the spell will be broken, and the imp will escape. Also note the serial and part numbers printed on the boards. These identify exactly what sort of evil spirit it is, in case you ever have to order a replacement from the factory.
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2 years ago#10
lazycomplife posted...
Thanks for sharing :)
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