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    that, is, so, AWSOME! i want one
    is that a 120.9 raddy on your case, or are you just happy to see me?

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    Wow. That would get someone fired I think.. and man, what a pain! Thanks for showing that though, since now I'll know to look for it if I see symptoms like that!

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    I want one of those, lol... I'd have a blast watching someone squirm in frustration, hahaha.

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    Evil. Pure evil.
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    TheGreatSatan shows himself again, good find. awesome.

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    that's brilliant. gotta love geeks with a nice sense of vendetta.
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    ThinkGeek is the bomb man, they always have great stuff like this. I would probably smash my computer into a million pieces if someone pulled a prank like this on me. And the thing is, you wouldn't think a USB device would cause this problem, so the prank would probably go on for a while. I bet most IT guys wouldn't think of something like that. I know I wouldn't, but now you guys all know about it, so people will think you are geniuses when you figure it out.
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    Another site like that is http://www.extremegeek.com/
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    A while back, I wrote a little program that would move the mouse slightly at random intervals between 5 and 8 minutes. The purpose of this program was to keep my remote desktop from going into the screen saver and to keep the instant messenger from sensing that I am not at my desk. The reason I made this was so I could log in to my PC at work from home and leave the PC without anyone knowing I was actually away from the desk.

    I did this because my former company laid me off and told me about it several months in advance. Then I started doing the "work from home" thing with my little program. This device would serve the same purpose as the program I made.

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