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[challenge entry] You have 20 seconds to not fly

From the What Superheroes do on their day off challenge. See all 410 entries (closed)

(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:27, archived)
# Hahaha
Nice
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:28, archived)
# haha...
top stuff...
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:29, archived)
# woo yay!
has anyone else noticed that some of the newer HP printers look like ED-209?
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:29, archived)
# really? which ones?
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:32, archived)
# i forget the model numbers...
maybe they were from a couple years ago... i recall seeing them in the computer shop and thought immediately that the error message for paper out would say something like "You have 20 seconds to comply" and then if you didn't click OK it would kill you or something...
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:38, archived)
# Maybe
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 15:42, archived)
# can't say that I have
but I'm sure that somebody is busy shopping one right now.
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:34, archived)
# Haha!
That is ace.

I'd buy that for a dollar!
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:30, archived)
# 10 inches my arse
thats one monstrous sparrow and deserves to die!!

edit/ where are my manners? WOO!
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:32, archived)
# hahahahahaha
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:32, archived)
# Is the Chairman Emeritas, Ian Someone? Viking catalogue?
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:33, archived)
# Na,
that thumbs up man's name is Robbie Robertson
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:34, archived)
# Have a...
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:33, archived)
# Hahahahahahaha
that is absolutely top hummus.

woo yay houpla panowie and other superlatives
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:33, archived)
# That's superb.

w/y/h!
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 11:39, archived)
# another classic!
much as i love your stuff, i'd really not want to be inside your mind!
w/y/h/etc!
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 12:08, archived)
# Oh my god!
For a minute there I thought that was a corn bunting and was about to tell you so, but after a bit of investigation I realised that it is in fact a song sparrow (Melospiza melodia). It is quite common in the US & Canada but UK 'boarders' may never have seen such a bird. In future I would be grateful if you could refer to birds by their full taxanomic name in order to avoid this sort of confusion. I'm impressed by the fact that you chose to put the bird in it's correct habitat, ie shrubby areas along the edge of forests. Well done.
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 13:23, archived)
# that is absolutely
copacetic
(, Wed 11 Aug 2004, 13:24, archived)