The Internet - right?

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10 Oct 2006 15:55 #1109379854 by Wolfself
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w00t, and again we see Havers and her mystical powers.

I think the doctor only forgot to delete the stuff, I mean hacking into a computer can't be that hard. And Havers is a detective after all, she might have discovered the password?

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18 Feb 2012 02:08 #1109394384 by LynnGwyneth
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I agree with Wolfie -- I thought it was that Havers had discovered her password and had searched through her "history" files.

This makes me laugh because a dear friend of mine who also loves dogs wanted to do some research on the Internet on the very special bond that a dog can forge with his/her owner.

So, she typed in "dog love", and then left the computer to get a cup of coffee.

While she was gone, her husband came in and saw what the search had pulled up!

Oh NO! Big mistake. So you shouldn't always judge people by their browsing history, I guess is the moral of this story.

Perhaps the good doctor was just doing some research on "bombe glacée" and just misspelled it? LOL :P

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18 Feb 2012 18:42 #1109394410 by webmistress
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LynnGwyneth wrote: So, she typed in "dog love", and then left the computer to get a cup of coffee.

While she was gone, her husband came in and saw what the search had pulled up!

Oh NO! Big mistake. So you shouldn't always judge people by their browsing history, I guess is the moral of this story.


Lynn,

not that webmistresses don't make mistakes, too. Well, wanna have a good laugh? Nat did a reading of Dick King-Smith's The Water Horse. Guess who came via google as soon as I had THAT news on the front-page?

Cheers!

webmistress

"I don't know. I need help. I'm sorry. And something else. [...] I forgot it."
~ Armand Gamache

"If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." A simplified version of Occam's razor.

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18 Feb 2012 18:46 #1109394411 by LynnGwyneth
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Jessika -- ROTFLOL!!!! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: I *can* imagine! Oh Myyyy!

My face is blushing just thinking about it...

You must have been sooooo embarrassed...

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