* Posts by Astrohead

7 posts • joined 1 Dec 2014

Mark Duckerberg: Second Congressional grilling sees boss dodge questions like a pro

Astrohead

Dr Aleksandr Spectre (Kogan)

Dr Aleksandr Spectre (Kogan)

Spectre?

Really?

Where's 007 when you need him?

HomePod, you say? Sex sex sex, that's all you think about

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List of side effects

I was once given a prescription for some heavy duty pain-killers.

After two nosebleeds in two days I decided to look at the leaflet that came with the pain-killers.

The list of possible side effects ran to about 3 foot of very small text. It was in alphabetical order.

Naturally I scanned down to side effects beginning with "N" (for Nosebleeds).

Sure enough "Nosebleeds" was listed, fourth one down on the list of side effects beginning with "N".

It was the first three side effects beginning with "N" that caught my attention though.

These were the first four entries beginning with "N":

No Blood Pressure.

No Breathing.

No Pulse.

Nosebleeds.

I'm pretty sure the first three should have been listed under "D". As in "Dead".

National Museum of Computing rattles the bucket: Help shift war-winning proto-puter

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Re: Well-known actor Bandersnatchington Cumperdinklehough

When he got married I was most disappointed that his wife's first initial wasn't "Q".

Meet R2-DILDO: 'Star Wars' sex toys? This is where the fun begins

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Luke - use the force. I've run out of lubricant.

2017 is already fail: Let’s try a Chinese reboot

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dozidoze

I once saw a sign that said "Mersey Docks and Harbour Board".

Some wag had added "and little lambs eat ivy".

It made me laugh - but then again I am easily pleased.

New MacBook Pro beckons fanbois to become strip pokers

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Re: Interesting idea..

PCMCIA = People Can't Memorise Complex Industry Acronyms.

Star Wars: Episode VII trailer lands. You call that a lightsaber? THIS is a lightsaber

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A better XKCD

I think this XKCD has a better take on the subject:

http://xkcd.com/1397/

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