8 posts • joined Tuesday 30th June 2009 00:12 GMT
Not just Lexmark...
I used to have an Epson S21 which developed a habit of insisting that the brand new genuine Epson ink cartridges were not so after printing a couple of pages, and then refused to work unlkess I put in yet another brand new cartridge.
I eventually fixed the problem with a 14lb Sledge Hammer and bought a printer from a different manufacturer.
Not the most cost effective solution, but it sure felt good. Won't be buying another printer from that shower of shit anytime soon.
I don't know what scares me most...
... the shower of malfeasance and incompetence that passes for gumment and opposition
... or Joe Public who is happy to sit back and let all this shit happen.
As it stands the election won't solve any of this. Different names, same shit, higher taxes.
A 1.2m diameter antenna....
... would make a very good target.
" whilst a one-off visitor (such as a government Minister) would never be left alone."
Too right they wouldn't, the thieving bastards. They'd probably nick the kids sweets, then claim for them on expenses.
So the next time Inspector Knacker comes across someone using their phone to film him shooting electicians, or whatever it is they do for a living, he'll be well within his rights to confiscate the phone/sim as the user was behaving antisocially. Sorted.
... make a tool to remove it. Looking at the diagrams in the linked article, it should be possible to make a custom tool that would bend the petals of the knob without exerting any more stress on the window and retrieve it. It looks like it's made of brass, so it's soft as shit anyway.
If they send me the exact dimensions, I can knock something up for them by Friday, during which time, they could be building a test rig/mock up to make sure the tool works perfectly.
6 months my arse.
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