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what is more evil?

what is more evil?  

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  1. 1. what is more evil?



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remixedcat    2,766

what is more evil? Printers or traffic lights????

fite on.

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djdanster    594

Printers, definitely printers.

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Nothing Here    450

Traffic lights.

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+exotoxic    451

neither.

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+E.worm Jimmy    9,966

both

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+The Evil Overlord    17,758

either

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*RedBull*    608

OR

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redvamp128    321

ibm03.jpg

659_3.jpg

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Travis959    52

As a network administrator, 80% or more of my help desk tickets I receive are printer related. Definitely printers for me.

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+warwagon    9,938

I think you should be more specific. Ink jet printers suck BALLS.... while laser printers are AWESOME!

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remixedcat    2,766

I've heard of some evil laser printers.....

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virtorio    2,241

Traffic lights are just hanging out and doing their job.

Printers can go f**k themselves.

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remixedcat    2,766

Traffic lights are just hanging out and doing their job.

Printers can go f**k themselves.

LOL best response yet!!!

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qdave    158

Printers are nice when they work..lights are never nice!

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HawkMan    5,162

I think you should be more specific. Ink jet printers suck BALLS.... while laser printers are AWESOME!

Guess you don't print a lot(read: any) photos.

And neither is evil, buy a quality HP or Epson printer and set it up right and they just work. And traffic lights beat not having them, though roundabouts are preferable.

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redvamp128    321

1839-Printing.jpg

Traffic_Light-thumb-550xauto-1425.jpg

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remixedcat    2,766

that printer looks like a meat grinder!!!

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redvamp128    321

that printer looks like a meat grinder!!!

You think that is scary...

The traffic light the guy is working uses Natural Gas flame and he controls the lenses as they open and close-

Imagine should a car hit it....

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+warwagon    9,938

Warning: Has some strong language.

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remixedcat    2,766

You think that is scary...

The traffic light the guy is working uses Natural Gas flame and he controls the lenses as they open and close-

Imagine should a car hit it....

wow both are scary

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Nashy    1,363

Can we add TWAIN scanners. Man. They just never got them to work properly with any decent software.

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remixedcat    2,766

Technology Without An Interesting Name

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redvamp128    321

Can we add TWAIN scanners. Man. They just never got them to work properly with any decent software.

You should hopefully remember this -- if not -- this was always fun to try and change the pens in it... Printers now a days were and are easier to change--

hw-printer-plotter2x350.png

Also try and yes I have changed the ribbon in one of these--

20080607-Typewriter%20009%20800x600.jpg

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HawkMan    5,162

That's a plotter and not a printer.

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Matthew S.    229

Printers, especially Ibm 6400 and Ricoh 6500's

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