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2nd hand brain for sale. And liver, kidneys and lungs.

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Is this a bit nasty?
(Wed 4th Sep 2002, 17:30, More)

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» Political Correctness Gone Mad

Disabled objects?
In our software, we have various objects that can have a state of disabled. A very generic state that can be applied across all the main objects we use (Courses, learning objects, events, job profiles etc).

We were asked to change this by a client as it wasn't PC... For cock's sake, what could be offensive about a disabled course? It's just a course that can't be used... nob all to do with our wheelchair bound brethren.

Naturally we stood up for what was right and charged them a load of money to change all references of 'disabled' to 'not enabled'.

(Thu 22nd Nov 2007, 14:58, More)

» Teenage Poetry

This was my master piece at age 4 that was put on the board with a smiley face
Water water in the mountain
Run down to all the people
In the valley
So they can have a drink

Not sure why. It's fucking shit.
(Fri 12th Aug 2005, 0:00, More)

» Birthdays

29th and 21st
Spent my 29th birthday shitting blood. Which was nice.

21st was the usual mix of ten pin bowling, drinking heavily, Burger King food fight / barracking staff and then onto nightclub where everyone proceeded to get thrown out one by one for being too pissed. Truly made special by lack of blood emanating from my arse. Didn't get a shag either.
(Fri 9th Dec 2005, 13:48, More)

» Fire!

Pyromaniac kid
As a youngster I had a rather inexplicable fascination with matches and the like. Probably most kids do. But I'm possibly one of the only people to claim fame to having set fire to Farnham park. Twice. I'd have gotten away with it too if it wasn't for those pesky firemen.
(Thu 3rd Nov 2005, 17:58, More)

» Stupid Tourists

Yanks in quaint Cotswold places
Bourton-on-the-Water - a lovely place which, as you'd half expect, is situated on a river. Whilst stood on one of the many bridges, an American couple sidle up to me and I overhear the gentleman say 'Gee Marge, do you think they pump this water round the village?'. He really did look quite perplexed by this flowing river. Bless.
(Fri 8th Jul 2005, 13:56, More)
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