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Detman101
1 hour ago, jandrew said:

Schrödinger ... thinking outside the box about what's inside the box ...

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Lol, that's funny... 🤣

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1 hour ago, BigBlot said:

Let's see how long this one stays up

OK, it's sort of funny and sort of not funny (I mean, being mauled and eaten by lions just doesn't seem very funny).

 

21 minutes ago, BigBlot said:

But it's supposed to be a stickman, so...

 

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:lticaptd: But this one's hilarious!

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9 hours ago, LizEF said:

Yes! Yes! and Yes!  :D  Some people just have no sense of humor. :rolleyes:

In my case it was a bot from twitter. Artificial intelligence has a ways to go before it can get sarcasm.

 

If I ever feel the urge to waste time there, I guess I'll get a burner phone and use that to "verify" my identity, even though the account was created with my full name and picture.

 

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A Smug Dill

@BigBlot Excellent drawings! :thumbup:

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48 minutes ago, alexwi said:

In my case it was a bot from twitter. Artificial intelligence has a ways to go before it can get sarcasm.

:lol: My brother and I sometimes have fun citing all the evidence that folks don't have to worry about AI taking over the planet any time soon.  I'll add sarcasm to the list. ;)

 

49 minutes ago, alexwi said:

If I ever feel the urge to waste time there, I guess I'll get a burner phone and use that to "verify" my identity, even though the account was created with my full name and picture.

:) Funny how easy it is to get around such "security" features, isn't it?  Or maybe they're being sarcastic when they say "verify", and the joke's on us...  :D

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txomsy

 

Sorry for the terribly bad joke. And even worse drawing.

 

... they say "verify" and the yoke's on us.

 

 

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but... don't you feel sometimes like this?

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6 hours ago, txomsy said:

 

Sorry for the terribly bad joke. And even worse drawing.

 

... they say "verify" and the yoke's on us.

 

 

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but... don't you feel sometimes like this?

:D Not how I've ever thought of it, but close enough, especially for some of the more annoying ones that make you jump through a dozen hoops.

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Death by powerpoint

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Just now, A Smug Dill said:

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Death by powerpoint

:lticaptd:(But his outlets are all messed up.  Should probably call an electrician. ;) :P )

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Only after I finished drawing did it occur to me that it might work better if I removed the obligatory stickman:

 

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4 minutes ago, LizEF said:

But his outlets are all messed up.

 

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45 minutes ago, A Smug Dill said:

Only after I finished drawing did it occur to me that it might work better if I removed the obligatory stickman:

 

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Drawing works both ways. :)

 

As for the outlets - I was intentionally (and jokingly) being an obnoxious American. :)  I'm well aware of various outlet configurations around the world.  When I returned from Moscow - where we used step-down converters to convert the 220 outlets down to 110 for our American electronics that we brought with us - I purchased a step-up converter so I could use my 220 electronics that I bought there in the 110 outlets here. :rolleyes: I think I still have a handful of adapters, in some box somewhere, for the plug ends - the electronics themselves have long since gone to the dump.  My wafflemaker (aka wafflenitsa or уаффэльница, as we called it in Russia) is the only electronic that has survived all that time - go wafflemaker!

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8 minutes ago, LizEF said:

уаффэльница

So, we made up this word by adding nitsa to waffle, but it turns out there's actually a Russian word for "waffle iron" and it's exactly what we made up, just spelled and pronounced a little differently: вафельница (vafel'nitsa).  Go figure!

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1 hour ago, LizEF said:

Drawing works both ways. :)

 

As for the outlets - I was intentionally (and jokingly) being an obnoxious American. :)  I'm well aware of various outlet configurations around the world.  When I returned from Moscow - where we used step-down converters to convert the 220 outlets down to 110 for our American electronics that we brought with us - I purchased a step-up converter so I could use my 220 electronics that I bought there in the 110 outlets here. :rolleyes: I think I still have a handful of adapters, in some box somewhere, for the plug ends - the electronics themselves have long since gone to the dump.  My wafflemaker (aka wafflenitsa or уаффэльница, as we called it in Russia) is the only electronic that has survived all that time - go wafflemaker!

That's made me laugh out loud! I still have a couple of appliances that we bought when we lived in Moscow in the mid-90s and they're still going strong - despite having done a couple of years in the Caribbean, then a stint in the Middle East and 20 odd years between the Caribbean and UK since.  One of them is my wafflemaker...

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1 hour ago, mizgeorge said:

That's made me laugh out loud! I still have a couple of appliances that we bought when we lived in Moscow in the mid-90s and they're still going strong - despite having done a couple of years in the Caribbean, then a stint in the Middle East and 20 odd years between the Caribbean and UK since.  One of them is my wafflemaker...

:lticaptd: Apparently, the вафельница is one durable appliance! :D

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43 minutes ago, alexwi said:

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:lticaptd:If you haven't already put this in the corresponding thread, you definitely need to! :D

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mizgeorge
2 hours ago, alexwi said:

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Brilliant!

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jandrew
2 hours ago, alexwi said:

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Going with the theme ...

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What have you done with the cat? It looks half dead.

 ~ Schrödinger's wife

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alexwi
15 minutes ago, jandrew said:

Going with the theme ...

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Hahahahahah!!!

 

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