Sunday, July 15, 2007

Fast Computer

I was recently looking for new hard drives on eBay. I wasn't really considering hard drives, but I thought I might want to try out the new SATA.

Anyway, I came across this hard drive. I was reading the specifications on it when I came across the warrenty label.

Now look at the caution. It states "Product warranty is void if... the drive experiences shock in excess of 350 Gs." Now tell me, how many times have you made your computer go 350 Gs? Seagate must have had a problem with NASA returning hard drives after making them go too fast. Thats the only logical explaination for setting a G-Force limit on your hard drive, right?


You may have noticed the ClickComments thing at the bottom of my page. That is for people who don't have the time to comment. They just click why they liked/disliked the post. So you lazy people, you can now comment with only one click!

Friday, July 06, 2007

Do not read while sleeping

As I promised, here is a list of stupid labels:

Sears hairdryer
Do not use while sleeping

Dial soap
Directions: Use like regular soap

Fritos bag
You could be a winner. No purchase nessasary. Details inside.

Tesco's Tiramisu dessert
Printed on the bottom: Do not turn upside down

Mark and Spencers bread pudding
Product will be hot after heating

Nytol sleep aid
Product may cause drowsiness

Korean kitchen knife
Keep out of children

Japanese food processor
Not to be used for the other use

Sweedish chainsaw
Do not stop chain with hands or genitals

Superman costume
Wearing of this garment does not enable you to fly



Nobody seemed to have an answer. My dad told me what it was, but he cheated to get the answer. Rick thought I was talking about the title of the blog and not the title of the last post. So oh well. I guess I will virtually eat the virtual Snickers bar myself.