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Stevo wrote:

> Mary Wood scribbled something like:
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>> Ah, if only we had "fuser" to go along with "fdisk"

>
> Indeed, what a command that would be.



Stephen King short story. It was the [DEL] key that did the trick.

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Craig scribbled something like:

> I picture your desk having a name plate that says "YOUR NAME HERE",
> and photos in frames that came with the frames.


Name plate! That's what it is, no it says "Steve is right"
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Jim Pye scribbled something like:

> Stephen King short story. It was the [DEL] key that did the trick.


Yikes! I use that key a LOT
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Chris scribbled something like:

> Just unplug the monitor my (l)users would never think to check.


Think this one would, she moved pc's around, etc, when she swapped
desks in this office.
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> Nice, had a user here keep a live plant on top of a crt, over watered
> it a couple times..................whoops!


Brilliant. Almost scored a Darwin on that one.

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GofBorg scribbled something like:

> Brilliant. Almost scored a Darwin on that one.


Indeed
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> "Stevo" <steveSPAM@LESSccgov.net> wrote in message
> news:uQZlk.14483$g35.4591@kovat.provo.novell.com...
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> Another weird thing about our users, they'll put stickers,
> etc all over pc's & monitors, but they freak the **** out when
> we're trying to simplify the inventory system by putting a
> barcode asset tag on it.




I've got several users who like the little promotional fuzzy
creatures, the ones with self adhesive feet and big googley
eyes.

And that's just the description of the users!



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Andrew Z Carpenter wrote:

> fuzzy
> creatures, the ones with self adhesive feet and big googley
> eyes.


My 5yo son?

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Andrew Z Carpenter scribbled something like:

> And that's just the description of the users!


Nice! <G>
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Uwe Buckesfeld spewed:

> self adhesive feet


Ew.

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On Wed, 06 Aug 2008 08:24:00 GMT, "Andrew Z Carpenter"
<azc@cirencester.ac.uk> wrote:

> self adhesive feet


Do they spend a lot of time in movie theaters?

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Andrew Z Carpenter wrote:
>> "Stevo" <steveSPAM@LESSccgov.net> wrote in message
>> news:uQZlk.14483$g35.4591@kovat.provo.novell.com...
>>
>> Another weird thing about our users, they'll put stickers,
>> etc all over pc's & monitors, but they freak the **** out when
>> we're trying to simplify the inventory system by putting a
>> barcode asset tag on it.

>
>
>
> I've got several users who like the little promotional fuzzy
> creatures, the ones with self adhesive feet and big googley
> eyes.
>
> And that's just the description of the users!
>
>
>

They just make the googley eyes at you! 🙂

Brad
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