gulogulo: I want to try it, but I'm scared. Goddamnit. I want to try it so bad.
Dr Dreidel: gulogulo: I want to try it, but I'm scared. Goddamnit. I want to try it so bad.Meh. It's like one of those "Stare at the collection of random lines, focusing on the four dots. Then, look at a blank piece of paper" and you see a face. Optical illusions, only apparently, this one can make your brain see "white" as "red" or "green" or "pink" for up to 3 months.I don't buy that it's that long-term an effect, but I stare at screens all day (mostly Word, which uses a lot of white), and can confirm that the "white" does appear to have a colored glare after a 5-second glance at the offending images (much like coming in to a dark room from outside on a bright day can make the shadows look colorful).// maybe take a few hours to get natural sunlight through your eyeholes and "reset" things that way
exparrot: it's a sailboat.
Auggie: exparrot: it's a sailboat.Looks like a schooner to me
Odoriferous Queef: Damn! It works. Now I like Play Station over XBox.
gulogulo: Interesting. I did a little research before I broke my brain, and found out this was an issue for the early computers where users were used to staring at green text on black background. I guess there would be a lot of folks out there with broken brains. Mine is likely already toast.
big pig peaches: If I had a lot of disposable income, I'd invest in a billboard.
clancifer: Hah. If you stare at it long enough, it morphs into a picture of Kate Upton topless. Seriously, give it a try.
Ecobuckeye: I just submitted this to the Video tab, but I'll leave it here just in case:http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/news/young-rival-creates-firs t- ever-magic-eye-music-video-1.2514054I could not get more than 30 seconds in before my eyeballs fell out of my head.
Lord Dimwit: Like the short story "BLIT": http://www.infinityplus.co.uk/stories/blit.htm
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