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> Downloading Things Into Your Mind
post Apr 2 2004, 02:56 PM
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RMS is my Hero

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A little-known fact about linux is the ability to download information into your brain.

It sounds far fetched, but it's true. All you need is to stop by the site, and get 'BrainDownloader1.4'. Then buy the $5 usb wire needed for it (on trecows as well), and sit back and download gigs of text documents into your head. You can even download mp3s/movies to play in your head at any time!

You may be asking yourself, "why have I never heard of this before?!!?!"

I can answer that. No one likes you enough to tell you. Lucky I came along, huh?

Ever wonder how many people in these forums seem to know everything? Well, now you know. It's not hard work that did it, it's this nifty little program.

No longer do you need to worry about getting less than a 4.0 GPA! No longer do you need to study or "learn" on your own!

The page may be down due to traffic (I'm sure everyone will be trying to get this when they see it), so just keep clicking "Refresh" until it shows up. A few hours of clicking refresh is well worth the reward, right? Beware others lying to you saying that there is no such site or program. They're lying so they can get it before you, and take over your mind. (Yes, if you don't have this, people that DO have it can take over your mind like a queen ant with a drone).

I noticed no one did an April 1st post... this was mine. wink.gif Yes, I realize I'm a day late. Bite me. wink.gif

*Points finger at the author above him* They're a witch! Burn them!
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post Jun 2 2004, 05:47 AM
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