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devices so simple a monkey could use them.

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by johnny k, Dec 1, 2020.

  1. johnny k

    johnny k Poster Extraordinaire

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    But i can't.
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    I try to slid my finger underneath the lid, no chances. You just have to push the spot right under the lid and you can black magikally get a piece of gum.

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    You have got to push on the lid and slide the screwtop. This is obviously so kids cannot open it and drink that attracting clear content.
    This also prevents adults like me from using it. no matter how hard i push and slide, nope.

    Obivously,
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    No explanations needed.
     
  2. Rocky058

    Rocky058 Tele-Holic

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    Hey!
    Who ya callin' a monkey?
     
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    unixfish Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    Yeah, we call them "Fort Knox" containers in the part of the US. Security so tight nobody can get in.
     
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    If you have a kid or two handy, let'em try. They can either open the things, or are busy for half an afternoon. Win-win!
     
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    Digital content publishers WISH they could implement DRM this strong.

    As one executive of a media company literally said (I'm paraphrasing but not making it up), "The whole problem with DRM is the necessity to make the content visible/audible."
     
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