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Life without Google!

Discussion in 'Google' started by marktravellinks, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. BadSyntax

    BadSyntax Greenhorn

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    Can you imagine a life without internet? I lived it. There's a thing called a dictionary we used to use as a source of information! It's spectacular, you should try it sometime. ;)
    SEMrush
     
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  2. scu8a

    scu8a Greenhorn

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    Fascinating...

    This dictionary thing you speak of...

    ...does it have wireless or bluetooth capabilities? How long does it take one of these alleged dictionaries to charge via USB? Do these dictionaries ever crash? Is it possible to hack into someone else's dictionary? What are the privacy ramifications of using this so-called dictionary thing you speak of? Have the bugs been thoroughly worked out of these dictionary devices?

    Have you heard of that new invention that's used to toast sliced bread? Sliced bread is wonderful, but toasted by a machine? That sort of technology is disturbing. Rumors going around say that this revolutionary system has been termed a "toaster". That makes sense, but "breadburner" sounds more exciting.
     
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  3. BadSyntax

    BadSyntax Greenhorn

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    What is this sliced bread you speak of!? Even more so, this.. toasted bread machine. Sound's like witchcraft to me!
     
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  4. scu8a

    scu8a Greenhorn

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    Yes, back in the ancient times, it is said that "bread" grew on trees. Bread farmers called them "loaves" once they dropped from the tree. You'd think that would qualify bread as a fruit, but due to the cultural and religious reasons, "bread" is categorized as a mollusk. Most bread is safe to eat, but eating the wrong bread can bring significant consequences similar to that of consuming the wrong species of wild mushroom. "Bread" tends to be active more at night and feeds off mainly insects. Millions have died attempting to eat bread in whole loaves. The cause of death was often reported as asphyxiation, or death as a result of hypoxia, but none-the-less, the bread loaf choking pandemic of the 1800s was an existential threat to mankind and ended up costing millions of lives. The brightest minds worked for decades to find a way to solve the problem. It wasn't until the early 1960s that someone realized that knives are sharp tools. In the mid-1980s a knife was used to separate one loaf of bread into two separate loaves! As technology progressed, researchers discovered that a knife can be used to separate the two previously separated pieces of a loaf into more than two separate loaves. A civil war broke out as a result, millions were killed, and it was a dark time. After the war, mankind invented electricity. Remarkably, this new unknown source of apparent witchcraft is what led to a powered knife! Just think of how exciting time it was to be alive. Just 5 years later, loaves of bread were being separated into as many as 5 separate pieces at a single time! Skipping forward to 2020, it's too advanced for me to understand! but wow! I can't even count the number of slices in sliced bread. I mess up and have to start over again until I eventually give up and make a rough estimate. I'd say that most bread is sliced into greater than 12 separate pieces, but most often under 24 separate pieces. There is more information about this controversial topic on the dark web. If you do further research, things can get dangerous, so be careful out there.



    The Catholic church deems electricity to be the devil's work. Very little is known about this mysterious phenomenon, but it's said that electricity was invented for the sole purpose of slicing loaves of bread into several, non-chokable pieces.
     
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    JEET Notable Member

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    @scu8a
    Cannot stop laughing. I wish I could hit that LIKE button 12 or 24 times!
     
    JEET, Jan 11, 2020 IP
  6. Shivani Shrivastav

    Shivani Shrivastav Active Member

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    #166
    We can't imagine our life without Google :)
     
    Shivani Shrivastav, Jan 15, 2020 IP
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    #167
    Shivani, as a SEO, without google, your life will be much much easier!
     
    JEET, Jan 16, 2020 IP
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    #168
    Life without Google= finally bing will get traffic :D
     
    gorrior, Jan 17, 2020 IP
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    #169
    Like, life without Apple or any other big invention.
     
    Todman2112, Jan 20, 2020 IP