in a very *sticky* situation
A former Verizon facilities technician was on Tuesday cuffed for allegedly tapping the landlines of 942 of the company's customers to make 5,000 calls to 1-900 "chat" lines, racking up a $220,000 bill in the process. According to the The Star-Ledger, Joseph R. Vaccarelli, 45, of Nutley, New Jersey, spent 45,000 minutes on …
1.44 hours a week, otherwise known as 17.28 lonely single BT engineer hand shandies (at 5 minutes a piece). I think it's time The Reg online standards convertor was updated to include time..
(I accept no liability for any dodgy half arsed incorrect maths that may have occured in this comment).
Why was he not spending all his time pissing around on Facebook, like every other workshy dunderhead in the world who is busily INFECTING! MACHINES! I! HAVE! TO! CLEAN! through that horrible web 2.bollocks even as we speak. I'm going to stop explaining to them how they *should* behave even on their home machines and just buy a taser.
Sample of new improved conversation w/thicko:
"Yes, but if you do (X) instead, it wouldn't keep breaking"
"That's stupid! I can't be bothered to do that!"
Gilbert may I interest you in my tasercomp design, which features a built in taser with leads to the power button.
I should wanr you given the fact it pulls from a 850 wat power supply as opposed to the standard 9 volt battery there is a chance of overcharge which might include minor side effects to users such as permanant mental or physical impairment, various dysfuntions, retardation (which would be redundant in the case of users anyway) or death.
JM takes NO liability for accidental overcharges or misuse.
Mines the one with the taser and "unique" internal wiring
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