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In my line of work this is a running joke that one of us must just create an "End-user Adjustment Tool". It is pretty much network cabling braided into a Cat o' Nine Tails. I haven't resorted to one yet, but ... it has crossed the mind more than once. :p
This thing looks like a “User end-adjustment tool” to me.
 
That would guarantee my drive would remain a floppy.
Most sympathetic, I am. In fact, I would suspect most end-users would not find this utility a beneficial function.

Personally, more into multiprocessing. Alas, said, can often result in a bug. And, ay, a memory persistent one at that. :p
 
I was going to unwatch this thread but I think I'll just get the popcorn. :s0093:
 
Most sympathetic, I am. In fact, I would suspect most end-users would not find this utility a beneficial function.

Personally, more into multiprocessing. Alas, said, can often result in a bug. And, ay, a memory persistent one at that. :p

Hmmmm........well I like girls and I don't need fancy toys to impress....







Yes I do. :s0140:
 
You sure that's the only method of delivery?
BC headache powders rock. Been using them for years. I love the taste of aspirin.

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I still have an old PR-24 (side-handle baton, tonfa) that I used to carry as an armed/unarmed Security Officer. This, coupled with a Blackjack and a flat sap worked wonders when I didn't want/need to Cap-stun or shoot the perp.
 
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BC headache powders rock. Been using them for years. I love the taste of aspirin.

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That takes me back to my days at USNAS Millington Tennesee. Aviation Machinist's Mate (Jet) "A" School.

"Tell your headache to 'take a powder'. Tell your headache to take BC." - Original Radio/Television Jingle (circa 1974).
 

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