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September 21st, 2005 #1
Public Service Announcement
Members of ca, today I was horrified, upon removing a stuch 'a' key, to discover a bit of a mess under said key. I removed more to inspect the damage, and to my horror found the following...
Please, for the sake of hygeine, clean out your keyboards.
(from the user who brought you jesus, clean your fan )
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HAHAHAHAHA i just checked mine and i'm soooo not gonna post pics of it!
September 21st, 2005 #3
Your keyboard is even dirty whitout removing the keys D:
(I'm looking at the esc key and the F1 key)
I use to clean between the buttons whit an old un-usable brush once or twice a year. I clean it "Externally" as soon as I see something.
Come to think of it... I've never cleaned my num lock section
Do I dare watch? No sir
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April 14th, 2006 #7
Women can be filthy creatures.
April 14th, 2006 #8
I can hear stuff rattling around iside my keyboard
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April 14th, 2006 #10
Used to work at a resturant. Kinda reminds me of what the deep friers look like when they get their monthly cleaning. You should collect all that and sale it on EBAY! ;-)
I don't spellcheck...
April 14th, 2006 #11
That's nothing compared to my brother's computer. It's a freaking pulsating organic-electronic ecosystem. He probably feeds the thing crumbs and pizza grease to keep it going.
I access his system when necessary via VNC. I wouldn't touch his keyboard with two pairs of gloves on. Yours - only one pair, or maybe just vigorous washing afterwards with the help of that industrial soap that smells like oranges and has little bits of sand in it.
Though nothing transcends this one comp I was recruited to fix. I don't know what the hell was carpeting the inside of the case but it was certifiably LOVECRAFTIAN. It smelt and looked kinda like a cluster of dead mice had been gibbed in there (fan didn't spin until it was uncaked of nether-sludge) and after carefully scrubbing the top of the CPU die with acetone and methylated spirits (it still booted!) told them to buy a new computer, in part to get the unwholesome fuzzy slime obelisk out of my sight. The way the power LED flickered like it was trying to communicate dark intentions made my witching-gland inflamed.
April 14th, 2006 #12
I don't spellcheck...
April 14th, 2006 #13