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Guitar Hero: 4'33"
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My old boss came in and showed me this
singing shark toy, you know, the ones that
when you press the button, the shark
starts to sing, and it has motors that
makes it flap it's tail and move it's mouth
to the music.
I am sure most of us have seen this
novelty, but let's pep it up a bit.
worker had a great idea: instead of it
singing when you press the button (like
everybody would expect it to do), make it
lunge suddenly for your finger!
This should freak out a couple of bored
people. They expect some cheap low bit
song and some simple animatronics, but
they scream and jump away when it
quickly lunges and bites their finger!
It would be a latex shark covering, no
harm possible. After trying to bite the
offender, it can then call out threats and
lecture you about trusting a shark in the
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||I quite like this one actually. At least partly for the idea of being lectured about trusting a shar.
||[Hidden truths], were you subtley making the allusion that a shark bit off your k-button finger, or was that just a typo?
||I used to trust shar, but lately I've been using tar and gzip.
||Ah, file and archiving commands. Where would I be without Google?
||P.S: In file archive commands, I prefer bzip2. Takes a while, but final size us worth it.
||And then the Fake Fake Fake Shark, which actually bites off your finger. [+]
||a shark lecture. never had one of those before.