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my computer at work took a major dump on me. it actually got carted away to get worked on. its cool working on someone elses machine for a while, i get to rearrange their whole workspace to comply with my higher standards of office living. and the whole "computer that actually works" is a nice change of pace as well.

 

yeah, im bored.

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man, I can think of SO many people I'd rather have REorganize my workspace...

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Guest imported_Tesseract

Haha,

When i get my hands on other peoples computers

the things i enjoy the most are changing their screen resolution (i had a case of a 19 inch monitor running on 800x600)

Throwing away all the stupid shortcuts from the desktop(keeping the few good ones)

Changing their backround color from that Default green to a nice win2000 type blue

and deleting all the extras for the hadycaped(sp?)

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Guest Dusty Lipschitz

where you at kid?!?!?

my shits beepin down here

took me 9 minutes to load a "t"

can you here mine beepin?

look for the smoke...

 

mess with their cpu

take their mouse ball,

unplug their keyboard

 

god im a nerd

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well, like I said in Mammero's thread... superglue something to their desk... I like quarters because there's some motivation to get it off PLUS... you can scratch the shit out ot the middle of the back side and only use a little dollop of glue, so it doesn't show :)... also pasting gay porn in their desk drawers... anything you can do to make things unlevel, like fuck with the chair, that always drives them nuts...

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In my office all the individual network connections are pluged into the wall next to the persons phone jack (I'm sure a lot of places are like this). Some of them are 3 to 10 feet from a persons desk and the jacks are, for the most part, covered up by boxes and what-not. It's fun to unplug somebody's connection (at the wall), not all the way, but just enough that they can't access the network. People freak when they suddenly don't have access. You would be suprised how many people bang the computer, shake their monitor, and just look at their connection to determine if it's plugged in. They call tech support and swear up and down that they made sure it was plugged in, and the company computer tech acts just like that character on Saturday Night Live.

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Guest beardo
Originally posted by Smart

man, I can think of SO many people I'd rather have REorganize my workspace...

 

 

this is what i was refering to

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Oh, sorry Beard... I meant:

 

Joker, his use of space is aesthetically pleasing AND functional

 

Salvador Dali, like who wouldn't?

 

Hugh Heffner... on the off chance that one of the girls gets left behind or stuck in the filing cabinet

 

Geiger

 

Joe Walsh

 

one of those Feng Shwing dudes (shway? how do you spell that?)

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Guest HESHIANDET
Originally posted by beardo

my computer at work took a major dump on me. it actually got carted away to get worked on. its cool working on someone elses machine for a while, i get to rearrange their whole workspace to comply with my higher standards of office living. and the whole "computer that actually works" is a nice change of pace as well.

 

yeah, im bored.

did you put it on the floor?

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