What, no money?
Only what Horace doesn’t want.
Should have left it in the keyboard.
…and the keys stayed on!? (No, they’re not off-key!!)
Get a whiff of that
I ended up with a huge pile of Spam, made sandwiches.
The Absurdist Side of the Horse
This is why you should empty the trash often.
The stuff in the can is Freon and not compressed air. It is leaving the same metaphorical mess in the atmosphere. Get a mini air compressor or a set of computer vacuum brushes.
uh… it should work ten times better now. :D
Parts n pieces ….now into cyber space…
well, it’s obviously been a while
OK potato chips. Come out, come out, wherever you are.
shudda just hit [Delete]…!
I do IT support at a place with a big machine shop. Occasionally, I take computers and keyboards down to the shop to blow the dust out with air from the compressor. However, I always use a special nozzle because you can easily blow the keys right off the keyboard or overspin the cooling fans with a 100 psi air blast. :)
It looks like Horace managed to blow out a bunch of Internet garbage or maybe it was “bloatware” installed by the manufacturer. It’s also possible he was using “cheap junk” compressed air. :)
A convincing rubbish heap is hard to draw. Props, Samson.
city air by autogrammatics
Now get a hoover and lot of dust bags. And then blow the hoover’s filter and suck that dust back into hoover. Very trendy -it’s called recycling. If that spinning spiral ends finally, you can also recycle that hoover and your money too for a new hoover.
Not a stretch by any means. My keyboard is at least that dirty.
July 31, 2015