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They are probably not very friendly when it comes to sharing their internet connection…
nuke it from orbit [Reddit Tech-Support Gore]
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Yikes! Was afraid some of those nasty horrible things had gotten into my laptop once. Was kept awake nights imagining THIS VERY THING going on inside my beautiful machine…..
To say that a Windows box is “buggy” would seem to be an understatement!
But then it’s probably running OSX. Because no one EVER cracks open an Apple. This may be why!
Like Bosses? What does that even mean?
I must say, that is a very BUGGY hardware. :)
Looks like SPY-der-WARE…
Very Funny! Great Picture!
If you have ever seen a “DILBERT” cartoon, you would understand “like bosses.”
In theory, and often in real life, our bosses are “Technology Terminology Impaired.”
We know WEB means the internet. A “TTI” boss might think we mean spider web.
This is a simple visual joke. Easy to understand and enjoy.
See also: sarcastic, sardonic, satiric, irony.
That’s a pretty old computer. AGP and PCI slots. Plus that looks like a modem plugged into the PCI slot. It even has the infamous AMR slot!
@Naviathan you are such a geek!
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“Like a boss”, generally means with confident authority.
Search engine spiders?
Intel employs a Futurist (Brian David Johnson), a theorist whose sole job is think about what life will be like for consumers 10-15 years in the future and help guide Intel’s research and development focus.
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