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The game is simple. Search a forum (preferrably one that you don't visit often) and post a quote from that forum that you find amusing, informative or just plain cool.

Use of the search feature is encouraged.

Rules:

1) All quotes must include the name of the original poster.
2) A quote may only be played once.
3) You may rate a quote played by someone else 1-10.
4) Signatures are not allowed, only post contents.

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Last Post by nanosani
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I'll go first:

The worse is when you follow instructions to the letter, and they don't work.

It happens all to often to me. :o

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I´ll give Patate an 8 for the Simpson-like quote (like ice skating we have to leave some room for future judging) :cheesy: It was a good one...

Here´s mine:


Not a single thing that I'd entered from the keyboard was displayed, no matter how many times I tried.

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I might not be right about some of the following; it comes from now dim and distant memory

Happens to me too...

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Instead of turning this into a rant about the decay of the art of writing good prose, I aim to encourage programmers to practice good writing..

It's actually taken from Narue's blog entries.

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One generally purchases books from a thing called "The Bookstore".

Ahh that's where we get books at ;)

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From Catweasle:

NEVER, NEVER, NEVER DELETE SOFTWARE!

Uninstall software, don't delete it. Deleting software does not work!

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The problem is I don't have the specs of my monitor, KFC CB-14 (CB1414VS).

I didnt know Kentucky Fried Chicken made monitors. :D

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Oops. I guess I should have checked out a sata before saying this eh? Sorry.

Yeah, you should pay attention to what is written. Were you listening at school when teachers told you to do so? Were you sitting in the back of the classroom playing games? lol :D ;)

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I cannot do the right click on desktop

When the right things dont work ... dont do the wrong ones.

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