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Just a bit of  fun

By john clinton
Feb 21, 2014
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  1. Some chap checks into a hospital to say that his brain doesn't seem to be working properly, or as he is accustomed to it working:
    the doctor asks a number of questions:
    1. what kind of brain are you using?

    2. what is its operating system?
    3. have you clicked on anything recently?
    4. have you added any new software recently?

    finally he says:

    5. there was an error during your life, OK?

    oddly Eough those were the last words that the doctor ever uttered;
    can you think why?
    the hospital while denying all liability issued the following statement:

    " all brains and their operators are different and this hospital cannot be responsible for software problems and refers all users to the manufacturer and the designers of the relevant operating system and any software added thereto.
    the manufacturer issued the following statement:
    " no liability is accepted for any malfunction of this machine or any software provided therewith and the user is referred to the following:
    1. paragraph infinity, clause infinity infinity B.

    the user is referred to all infinity of frequently asked questions:
    Q. I wanted to know EVERYTHING

    A. the manufacturer is not responsible for any thing or everything-see terms and conditions of use to which- by breathing in, you agreed.
    if none of the answers in the FAQs satisfies any of your requirements please contact us on:
    customer.services @pick-any-one-of -infinity.com telephone number: the square root of minus/negative one. calls are charged at all your life blood per parsec or part thereof.

    all rights reserved.
    if and/or everything stops you will receive the following error message: #infinity: you are dead, OK?

    in the event of that not being OK you are invited to re-arrange the following words into a well-known phrase or saying.. off, fck.

    copyright : peter codner- England , the earth, the solar system, one of an infinity of galaxies, the Megalocosmos SS earrthy-thing 99 pc. EVERYTHING, EVERYWHERE.
     
  2. Ranger12

    Ranger12 TS Guru Posts: 641   +118

    What the heck did I just read. O.o
     
  3. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 10,967   +955

    I think it was the, "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", special schizophrenic's edition.
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2014
    Ranger12 likes this.
  4. red1776

    red1776 Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe Posts: 5,908   +91

    ......42
     
  5. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 10,967   +955

    I gave it a second "read".(Of course we all know that is quite impossible). It also bears a striking resemblance anecdotal recollections of the "Obamacare" website......:oops:

    OTOH, perhaps it is an adaptation of Dante's, "Inferno". In which case Red could be correct, and there are 42 circles of Hell. (Keep in mind Dante didn't have the assistance of "modern science", when he was surveying it).

    Another plausible interpretation is, Monty Python's, "Argument Clinic", set in a imaginary ER.
     


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