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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:27 pm 
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Is that your phrase of the day Ninja?
I have been conditioning him over the last few weeks, anytime someone whines he has to say that.



Plus he loses all bladder control.

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Whizzing on yourself is for suckers.

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Whizzing on yourself is for suckers.


I am no sucker, sir! It's a medical condi...wait.

I mean...


Huh? O.o

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Going to lunch for the first time in 2 months and returning to this.......


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That's why you lock your computer. :lol: Although, as practical jokes go, not very creative.


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My brother did that to me. I retorted with a photo of a very large, erect horse. I won.


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Yeah they usually get the back end of a sumo wrestler when I catch them. Of course when I came out of a meeting once and had an entire rainbow brite theme with icons and mouse cursor I was impressed.

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I think one of the best in our office was someone took a screenshot of their desktop and then put the picture up on their screen. Took the person ages to figure it out.


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I think one of the best in our office was someone took a screenshot of their desktop and then put the picture up on their screen. Took the person ages to figure it out.


In XP you can hide the desktop icons which makes that prank even more fun.

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I think one of the best in our office was someone took a screenshot of their desktop and then put the picture up on their screen. Took the person ages to figure it out.


...also switch the mouse setting from right to left handed by toggling the primary button setting is bound to drive them nuts.

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I think one of the best in our office was someone took a screenshot of their desktop and then put the picture up on their screen. Took the person ages to figure it out.


...also switch the mouse setting from right to left handed by toggling the primary button setting is bound to drive them nuts.


That has been done. Never a smart idea to leave an unlocked computer around a bunch of tech saavy pranksters. 8)


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being a tech support nerd putting someone's cell or blackberry in a different language is always a good time.

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Oversized checks.

If youÂ’re not going to hand it out to someone who just won a golf tournament or some random hot blonde answering her front door in a towel after the Super Bowl, don't use it for your company checks to actually purchase goods and services. :evil:

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Just watched Happy Gilmore last weekend again on TBS and he had like 4-5 oversized checks in his car on the passenger and in the back seat... made me laugh

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Oversized checks.

If youÂ’re not going to hand it out to someone who just won a golf tournament or some random hot blonde answering her front door in a towel after the Super Bowl, don't use it for your company checks to actually purchase goods and services. :evil:


???????????????????? details?

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Obviously IÂ’m stretching things, but I hate companies that use ridiculously large checks to actually pay for things. ThereÂ’s your standard Mr. and Mrs. Smith checking account check (the one that makes the most sense) then thereÂ’s the check slightly wider but an inch or so longer.

Then you got this here big sumÂ’b!tch that took 3 redwoods worth of pulp to create!

Seriously. Goddamn...you want to save money and resources? Use smaller checks.

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Receiving a frickin' Notice from the IRS stating that the information they have on their records does not match the information I reported on my 2007 Tax Return.

This damn Notice reports that someone filed a 1099-Misc against me for "nonemployee compensation".

Now the IRS is trying to nail me for an additional $4000 in taxes.

All * as I do not know this company, nor done any work for them. Frickin' bastards.


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Bikers always cheatn on their taxes.

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Receiving a frickin' Notice from the IRS stating that the information they have on their records does not match the information I reported on my 2007 Tax Return.

This damn Notice reports that someone filed a 1099-Misc against me for "nonemployee compensation".

Now the IRS is trying to nail me for an additional $4000 in taxes.

All * as I do not know this company, nor done any work for them. Frickin' bastards.


Wow, that's absolutely crazy.

Is it a company around here? Cause the first thought that springs to mind is ID theft - that somebody else used your social and now you're getting hit with it.


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Is it a company around here? Cause the first thought that springs to mind is ID theft - that somebody else used your social and now you're getting hit with it.


That is what I thought too. It is a local company out of Englewood. I have the name of the company and address.

When I contacted the IRS this morning, they said I can submit a letter to the IRS authorizing them to contact this company and request they provide documentation proving they paid ME. The IRS Agent asked if I had lost my wallet. I told her I have never lost it. The Agent also said I can contact the company directly. I will be doing both!

Also considering handling this in the notorious BIKER manner. In which case I may need a defense fund. Any chance Mr. VooDoo can set up a new Topic page for BIKER DEFENSE FUND contributions?


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