LesserEvil: They are both carriers of synthetic compounds, created by some coffee house in the Netherlands back in 2004.
FatherChaos: [img.gawkerassets.com image 850x478]Next time, you better pay for the damn subscription.
Spaghettiows: I wonder what malice Peter Norton is capable of.
AssAsInAssassin: I'm not a chemist. I read an article once.
LavenderWolf: AverageAmericanGuy: I use a Mac, so I don't have to worry about virii or getting murdered by antivirus pioneers.A) It's "viruses"B) There are viruses on macs, in the wild.
AverageAmericanGuy: LavenderWolf: AverageAmericanGuy: I use a Mac, so I don't have to worry about virii or getting murdered by antivirus pioneers.A) It's "viruses"B) There are viruses on macs, in the wild.Sure. They are called 'Parallels' and 'VMWare' and 'Bootcamp'. You end up with Windows malware.
fusillade762: Primum: The Shadow People are real, though. It just takes massive sleep dep or high doses of meth to open your "third-eye," as you will, to see this dimension that exists between ours and theirs.I thought that was DMT?And what's with all the name calling in this thread?
DerekHoge: Answer: MacBook
toraque: LesserEvil: They are both carriers of synthetic compounds, created by some coffee house in the Netherlands back in 2004.This may sound kind of fishy, but I totally get this. Back in the day, when I was a Barista at a Joe Muggs coffee shop, I'd have to spend all day listening to pretentions pseudo-yuppies who were too stupid to get their 'decaf soy milk chai latte' from an actual coffee shop and instead wandered into a Starbucks knockoff in a shiatty book store, not even Barnes and Noble for god's sake, and nine times out of ten they couldn't even tell when I'd give up listening to their idiotic requests for custom shiatty overpriced coffee drinks that I wouldn't even bother to learn how to make and instead just mixed some random shiat up in a cup and gave it to them. A couple more months of that and I'd have resorted to running random cleaning chemical cocktails through the espresso maker and topping them off with foamy steamed expired non-dairy creamer with a swirl of pumpkin pie spice. God knows I could have ended up whipping up a batch of mind-altering substances that would made people eat each other's faces off right there in the shiatty paperback romance aisle, blood-spattered harlequin bodice-rippers flying left and right amid the terrified screams of faux hipsters, and by God would that have been the highlight of that whole shiatty job.So yeah, I can totally see that happening.
Gordon Bennett: Wasn't McAfee the one that was detecting itself as a virus?
SoCalChris: I love McAffe's anti-virus. I can't tell you how much money I've made fixing computers that they've farked up.
LesserEvil: bwilson27: You're an idiot.Well, that was a well thought, reasoned response... for a psychotic synthetics user, I guess.Just one brief period of study seems to indicate the link between psychosis and synthetic cannabinoidsThere are also plenty of posts from former users about seizures, inability to reason, complete lack of 'normal' inhibitions, and violent behavior. Of course, these are FORMER users. The people I know that used this stuff wouldn't have admitted anything of the sort, and now are shocked by their own behavior (what they remember of it).Of course, there will always be morons who think it's perfectly harmless.
Hobodeluxe: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: They should also try him for a few million cases of murdering people's computers.right after they hang that Norton guy
AgentKGB: Spaghettiows: I wonder what malice Peter Norton is capable of.[i.imgur.com image 300x300][i.imgur.com image 400x407]
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