haaaa haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa haaa
Another one that had me laughing out loud.
Keep up the good work, Simon.
Isn’t it always the way that the moment you get down to doing something important that requires a large part of your concentration, some idiot rolls up with an inane problem that just can’t wait? Like now, for instance, when the PFY and I are trying to quietly drill a small inspection hole in a recently delivered crate to …
That's what mythbusters faced when spinning CDs to oblivion-y RPMs. No eletric motors they had could go over 10k-50k rpm.
The solution? Compressed air. 10 bar on the edge of the shurikens on a really narrow launch tube should do it.
Using air turbines simply maxed out their measurement apparatus. Plus it could help on the launch itself.
"Isn’t it always the way that the moment you get down to doing something important that requires a large part of your concentration, some idiot rolls up with an inane problem that just can’t wait?"
Indeed. I had just sat down to read my BOFH, when someone came running to say that the accounting server is down, weekly reporting, yadda yadda.
The ambulance has just left the building.
remembered the backup power supply just incase the geeks got smart and pulled the power. You are right just when your about to get into something interesting someone rolls up and demands action...
I'd gave gone with CS Gas and a small flash bang just to make even more fun.. Gassed, disorientated and blinded totally.
Would work :)
Hmm more money for our hand crafted imported beer - hmm I want one of those but only for the bottle :D
... with 3 brand-spanking-new epic episodes in just as many weeks.
I love the development of this plotline; increasingly mindfull violence and malice aforethought.
There shouldn't be a law to prohibit concealed arms integration in seemingly innocent apparatus.
THANK YOU SIMON!
If you planning to go on a tour and visit The Netherlands just let me know and I'll introduce you to some really good beer.
oh, and... Big Brother 'cause we're ALL watching for the next installment.
I'd think getting the box into some manner of Faraday cage before opening it would prevent the activation of any remotely controlled devices, with the added bonus of unwittingly setting off the CS trap early. The robot folks may have thought of it, they made a shuriken railgun after all.
Years down the line, we see that the same country in whose home was the Enigma-breaking enigma of the WWII era Enigma-breaking kit - that I don't know the name of - is also home to this fine work of High Literature, the BOFH.
I see that the tradition of innovation is being proudly continued in the UK - BOFH, when self-advertising tech-heads have really shown their mettle ;)
That would be Alan Turing and the Turing machine.
Yes, the Polish did break the Enigma code on pre war machines, but the cyphers and the machines were radically changed when war broke out.
Mr Turing in Hut 8 was the prime force for breaking the new codes, oh and not an American in sight either ;-)
I am wondering when the "Good" Master BOFH or the "Humble" PFY is going to hook up the Z-Pitch to the Robot and unlease the Robot upon the robo-geeks. Maybe with the introduction of some spare parts from the BOFH-Bot.
Now if you'll excuse me i'll just grab my coat with the Z-Pitch Development papers and Skynet Plans and divide myself by zero...
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