I have a manual if you want it?
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not a huge lot u can do about it at that stage just endure it.I think I had a trim about 15 months ago....now its grown to about 50cm!
fun? at work?
I'll have you know this a serious business, and we're all consumate professionals.
Ah ah! I see...
I had to look up what a tabard was not a word that gets used in NZ.
I would guess that you would need to create a second batch of engineers nano scale people to create the garments. They could weave them out of carbon nano tubes which should make them hard wearing but I have no idea how comfortable they would be to wear though. Might be a bit scratchy
a swarm of nano-roombas would be a sight to behold though.
Either that or genetically engineered nano-cleaning ladies.
...but how to we make the tiny tabards..?
I like the way you think, nano-roombas could be a very effective solution. I think that sealed circuit liquid cooling will become more common in the future as well which should cut down on some of the dust issues.
until, of course, we get nano-sized roombas....
Woo! Happy Birthday EduGeek.
lol no chance - discovered my flatmate had unplugged the wii to plug the playstation in and the plug was down the back of the telly and would have involved bending which is a big no no at the mo, so i couldn't play trauma center and i was getting sooo good at sewing people up as well
maybe enough trauma centre action will teach you to fix your own back!
He's 16 and doing A-Levels? How'd he manage that?
Oh dear, he's 16. Never thought of that.
He's not... The retailer is. And him doing his a-levels indicates he's 18.
You do realise unless he is 18 he is breaking the law by purchasing and playing GTA4?
My son, in the middle of his A levels, went out and bought it on the day it came out. It is a very impressive game, but he's just done his physics exam and I think he's regretting the time wasted on playing the damn thing.
you would need to start of by buying "'manuals for dummies' for dummies" to get them start on the concept of RTFM
that is a touch shocking....
....maybe buy them "hardware for dummies" for christmas?