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2/Two funny images related to computer tech(nical) support.

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Note: This will get (dirt/raunch)y/sewer. ;)

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10:01AM [Mousey] https://imgur.com/gallery/is0Kk9y
10:01AM [Flexo] [Link Info] title: "But... Plugging in cables is so hard!" -
          Imgur
10:02AM [Mousey] buttplugging cables are actually pretty flexible
10:06AM [m4tic] I ahve a lenovo with a esata right next to the usb... I give
          it the ole' reach around and am like: "wtf, why is this usb not
          working"... Oh, i put it in the wrong hole (again)
10:08AM [FngSaiYuk (remove AQFL to e-mail] hope it enjoyed it
10:08AM [FngSaiYuk] and didn't slap u instead
10:09AM [m4tic] always go slow
10:09AM [FngSaiYuk] and always w/lube
10:09AM [FngSaiYuk] plenty of lube
10:09AM [m4tic] hehe
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10:29AM [Mousey] https://xkcd.com/627/
10:29AM [Flexo] [Link Info] title: xkcd: Tech Support Cheat Sheet
10:30AM [Mousey] think i might just print this out
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ITworld cartoons 2014 (half of it): The year in geek humor.

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Network World has twenty-two/22 pages of comic strips (one ugly web page to show all at once) showing "ITworld cartoons 2014: The year in geek humor -- Each week, ITworld's Phil Johnson pokes fun at the tech world's top news and newsmakers ..."

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29 Eye-Tracking Heatmaps Reveal Where People Really Look

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Boing Boing shared a Business Insider article on "29 Eye-Tracking Heatmaps Reveal Where People Really Look -- They say the eyes tell all. Now thanks to eye-tracking technology we can tell what they're saying.

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'The Terminator' at 30: An oral history.

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This Entertainment Weekly (EW) article has an interesting interview on various first Terminator movie people on how the film/movie begun and ran into problems before it hit the public to become popular.

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What did you think of ExANT tel(evision/ly)/TV series?

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Starcher Trek

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Dorkly mentioned a Starcher Trek's funny Vimeo videos (only three/3 at this time) that combine the Star Trek: The Animated Series with Archer.

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Purrmageddon Flash game features cats in mech suits wrecking havoc and causing the apocalypse!

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Blue's News shared an addicting cute mindless shooting Flash game on Crazy Games and its official web site, kiz10 -- "Purrmageddon features cats in mech suits wrecking havoc and causing the apocalypse! Help the kitty to blast enemies, helicopters, and airships..."

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Ringing a bell: 11/Eleven common phrases and terms that came from obsolete technology.

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ITworld has a 21 pages slide show, or just use this ugly one/single web page, showing "Ringing a bell: 11 common phrases and terms that came from obsolete technology

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RANKED: The Rarest, Most Expensive Video Games In The World

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HardOCP shared a Business Insider slide show (one/1 ugly web page to avoid sixteen/16 clicks) that shows "RANKED: The Rarest, Most Expensive Video Games In The World -- Just because video games are fun doesn't mean they can't mean serious business.

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"Facebook quizzes are stupid."

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VideoSift shared a funny three/3 minutes and 12 seconds YouTube video of the annoying things on the Internet like "Facebook quizzes are stupid."

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My Late Night Routeeen

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Dorkly shared a funny and pretty accurate two/2 minutes and 51 seconds animated YouTube video showing "My Late Night Routeeen". Note that there are cussings in it.

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Why Kal-El was really sent away from Krypton...

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This xkcd comic strip shows the real reason why Kal-El was really sent away from Krypton...

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This is why Darth Vader should not be playing (base/soft)ball.

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VideoSift shared a funny 30 seconds video showing a Japanese telly/television/TV commercial/ad(vertisement)/spot showing Star Wars' Darth Vader making a powerful home run

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Pixel Art + Star Trek = Pixel Trek

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Indie Retro News shared an interactive Flash web site called "PixelTrek" It is basically Pixel Art + Star Trek (The Next Generation) -- "Get a never seen impression of the fabulous United Space Ship (U.S.S.) Enterprise-D. But not in that way how you know the ship from the TV show.

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Robert Full: The secrets of nature's grossest creatures, channeled into robots.

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VideoSift shared an over five/5 minutes YouTube video, also on TED's web site, showing "... The secrets of nature's grossest creatures, channeled into robots -- How can robots learn to stabilize on rough terrain, walk upside down, do gymnastic maneuvers in air and run into walls without harming themselves?

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