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  1. The Ridiculousness That Is My Logitech MX 1000 Laser Mouse

    So, I have a Logitech MX 1000 cordless laser mouse. It's not the most modern, but I like it. It feels good in my hand, the battery lasts FOREVER and still recharges properly, all the buttons work, and has great range. I have no reason to buy a new mouse.

    When I first bought it, I was running Windows XP. If I plugged the wireless base/charger into a USB port, the mouse would behave erratically. It would take on a mind of its own and start jumping across the screen. It had a ...

    Updated 08-11-2011 at 08:17 PM by Apophis

  2. Iphone syncing

    GRRRRRRRRRRRR I am syncing my iphone as I type this, its been a while, but i really don't like how long it takes, and how limited your options are when syncing the phone.

    The options should be easily sorted regarding if you want to sync your:

    It should literally be that easy, but noooooooo itunes doesn't work that way. Heaven forbid you want all those options on the same ...
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  3. Catisms -

    I have a running theme on facebook where I post, what I call, Jeffisms....little pearls of wisdom either from my mind or skimmed from the internet, for TG's enjoyment here are some Catisms (since no one would recognize the name Jeff )

    If an idea is so funny that when you think about it, it makes you laugh. NEVER, EVER follow through with it.

    ALWAYS let your wife pick the baby sitter.

    Acting like a complete moron may not get you far in life, ...
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  4. Herroh Whirl!

    In my first programming class my instructor had a really heavy Korean accent. He showed us how to write "hello world!". I could not see the board and guessed at what he said.

    Herroh Whirl!

    My first program announced my 1337 skills to the unskilled masses.

    Fortunately, he was amused.
  5. I think I found my dream job/part-time job

    I just applied for this job, and though I do not currently have any formal weapons training or experience with weapons, or weapons training the job itself sounds very very very very very cool, even for a possible part-time gig. It's for a military contracting company, you can probably guess which one, I am not posting the name just because I really want this and I know many of you TG'ers here have military or law enforcement or weapons training and can probably get the job a heck of a lot easier ...

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