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#14626 Post by Neutral Smith »

Beware of the YouTube links that have "dQw4w9WgXcQ", because that's the RickRoll.

https://youtu.be/bxqLsrlakK8
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#14627 Post by Bellhead »

I dunno, man..

Aside from the man himself, This seems like the single most high-profile unexpected one I could think of.
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#14628 Post by Technic[Bot] »

I was thinking i was not gonna get rick rolled after all. By the way does it counts as a rickroll if the other person knows it beforehand?

Also I wish I get to a point in my life where I can simply go and Rick roll a whole auditorium and get a thundering applause in response.
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#14629 Post by Bellhead »

Sometimes I think about life, and how it really blows sometimes.

Then I remember that I'm just tired and hungry.
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#14630 Post by Technic[Bot] »

It maybe a cliche now but it is important to stay hydrated, eat well and sleep at least. It is incredible how so little can improve so much
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#14631 Post by Bellhead »

I remember sleep.. Those were fun times.
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#14632 Post by Neutral Smith »

Just a few more weeks of 60 hours of work, and then I can sleep again.
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#14633 Post by Bellhead »

Heh. Your 60-hour weeks have an end.
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#14634 Post by Technic[Bot] »

I had a friend who used to say:
I can sleep when I am dead.

Definitely terrible advise.
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#14635 Post by Bellhead »

Not as terrible as, "Use a 3.5 mm drill bit to install a headphone jack in your iPhone".
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#14636 Post by Kellard »

Technic[Bot] wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 1:01 am It maybe a cliche now but it is important to stay hydrated, eat well and sleep at least. It is incredible how so little can improve so much
*me reading this at 2:40 AM while undereating and dehydrated*
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#14637 Post by Bellhead »

Came into work today to find the hallway, locker room, break room and half the customer waiting area flooded with water. Over an inch in some spots. Apparently somebody left a hose on, and the drain clogged in the middle of the night.

So I spent the first two hours of my day on our industrial floor cleaning machine, squeegeeing and vacuuming, while my coworkers squeegeed water into my path. We filled that machine three and a half times, not including the ludicrous amount that seeped through the waiting area carpet and into Sales, which was enough to take out several computers, and over a dozen ceiling tiles, and still flooded the area.

Lucky for us, the zamboni's vacuum squeegee works surprisingly well on carpet, for some reason...
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#14638 Post by Technic[Bot] »

Cuidese Sr Kellard

Water related incidents are the terrible. The worst i remember is: in my job we got a new building which had its fair share of leaks which caused a couple floors to flood since, unfortunately, the drainage got clogged. Eventually the water reached the elevator shaft dropping down right into the building main transformer frying it...
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#14639 Post by Neutral Smith »

Get some dryers. Mould is going to like your wet and humid environment.

Something like https://www.boels.nl/en/hire/climate-co ... 150-litres (I don't know if you have something like that in America Mexico)
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#14640 Post by Technic[Bot] »

Never knew such things existed. Is it like a large fan with a heater?
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