Please excuse the crudity of this model. I didn't have time to build it to scale or paint it.
Nothing stops. Nothing... or you will do the hardest time there is. No more protection from the guards. I'll pull you out of that one-bunk Hilton and cast you down with the Sodomites. You'll think you've been fucked by a train! And the library? Gone... sealed off, brick-by-brick. We'll have us a little book barbecue in the yard. They'll see the flames for miles. We'll dance around it like wild Injuns! You understand me? Catching my drift?... Or am I being obtuse?
And I wanted to tell all of you that the system is going to be, ah, compiling for eighteen to twenty minutes.
(If you have a work collegue caled Dave, this is great to set as their error sound on their PC).
"Maybe you can go downtown and check the probate." "Yeah. Check the probate! My uncle Thumper had a problem with his probate, and he had to take these big pills, and drink lots of water."
"How long?" "Question of my life. If the question is when will this station be back online, two weeks, earliest. This is plasma damage. All major uplink components are fried."
The idea that he wasn't smart enough to recognize a mouse and keyboard, but once realizing it was a mouse and keyboard, instantly understood how to use MacOS and create a molecular diagram on it within a few seconds always annoyed me.
@brian.shapiro: He actually never touched the mouse except to speak into it like a microphone. As for the keyboard, it's not like he didn't recognize it initially. He just thought he didn't need to use it. My car door has a keyhole and I know it's there, but it's never been used before.
What's more annoying is that we're led to believe that you can do anything useful on a Mac.
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