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What does this thing do?


 

My favorite Answers:

Name:
John Goodner

It's actually a bathmat. I have on just like it i got at Ikea only it has a pattern of an Indian and Buffalo and not the Sun logo.

 

Name:
Ernie Shoemaker

clearly, it's a FOSSIL watch face.

 

Name:
roybatty

i want more life, fucker!

 

Name:
shelly frasier

a piece of the space shuttle? you'd better not be trying to sell it, sicko. :(

 

Here's what everyone said this thing does:


Name:
Joe Ignatowski
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

It's a microchip designed by Sun. It is engineered to process large amounts of visual data that is received and collated by a robot's visual sub-processors. It routes the visual information to the central optical processing unit (COPU) which then interprets the data into possible courses of action taken by the robot. The robot then filters those possible reactions through it's CPU and decides on the action to take, all of them horribly violent. This is most usually followed by murder so foul. Don't trust robots.


Name:
John Goodner
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

It's actually a bathmat. I have on just like it i got at Ikea only it has a pattern of an Indian and Buffalo and not the Sun logo.


Name:
Stephen S.
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

It calls upon the power of The Fifth Element, silly.


Name:
Robin "" Scher
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

This is a device that is made by Microsoft to draw and quarter their competition. They place competitor products that have been found guilty by His Overlordship, The Grand Bill, of treasonous processing against the nation of Windows. A tribunal of Software Engineers condenmed this chip to be drawn and quartered for running a non-Windows based OS and not crashing for 3 continuous months. The chip was first hung by it's pins until nearly dead. It is then placed in this machine which simulates the four horses used to pull it apart. One piece will be sent in an unmarked envelope with a note written in blood that says "You could be next" to every major hardware manufacturer that does not create Windows compatible products. The top case (where the Sun logo is) will be placed on a spike outside of building #3 at Microsoft's main campus.


Name:
Craig
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

Duh. It's a piece of film. This is clearly a single frame of celluoid film, created by Sun Microsystems. Their secret spies splice it into blockbuster films to subvert the FUD (fear uncertainty doubt) that Microsloth propogates. For example, right smack in the middle of some kick *ss action sequence, this fram flicks by. Subconsciously you begin to believe that all Sunos products kick a**. Then you go home and murder people after you find out what Sun hardware costs.


Name:
SSSTRESSS
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

It's an intergalactic micro organic Cracker of some sort? Tastes pretty good with Ranch dessing.


Name:
Frank Moldstad
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

It's a top-secret processor that Sun has developed for Apple Computer that will be announced in mid-summer when Apple drops Motorola as a chip supplier.


Name:
Mil
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

Tsk. How am I expected to know what something is when it doesn't have an 'alt' tag? Have the last 4,000 years of civilisation taught you *nothing*?


Name:
Ernie Shoemaker
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

clearly, it's a FOSSIL watch face.


Name:
shish
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

it compares the size of a Sun chip (not necessarily the snack of the same name) with a frame of a 35 mm Academy aperture film.


Name:
vicki
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

Isn't it that thing in Roman or Greek civilization that tells you what time of day it is or it could be a ancient mayan sand painting ... that tells you what time of day it is


Name:
dr. mangor
Date:
03 Feb 2003

Comments

A little girl was running through fields of flowers joyfully singing pippi longstocking, when suddenly out of nowhere a small fragment of spacecraft-shuttle looking thing hits her smack on the base of her neck. As her head rolls off this strange film-cthulu-chip thing is later found lodged in her vocal cords. Its is my belief, as a doctor, that this was some new form of mp3 player, stuck playing that song over and over. God bless. rx (a paid advertisement from www.kranioclast.com)


Name:
Date:
04 Feb 2003

Comments

Well it is an IPIX photo and an IPIX foto is more than a still shot; better than any flat photo; IPIX images give you the power to Step Inside the Picture. To look up, down, and all around...from floor to ceiling, from sky to earth; to completely immerse yourself in any environment or event. So it is an IPIX foto of an August 03, 1999, 05:36 AM. Sun Microsystems computer chip designed for Java. And I guess it gives you a 3-D view of a computer chip...


Name:
Bilbo Baggins
Date:
04 Feb 2003

Comments

Uh, is it the new co-branded Sun / Monopoly game?


Name:
roybatty
Date:
05 Feb 2003

Comments

i want more life, fucker!


Name:
shelly frasier
Date:
06 Feb 2003

Comments

a piece of the space shuttle? you'd better not be trying to sell it, sicko. :(


Name:
Mike A.
Date:
07 Feb 2003

Comments

Well, I know exactly what this is. This was originally made by the Hopi Indians in New Mexico in the early '70s. It was designed after the Chinese throwing stars they had seen in old movies. The problem with it is that it was just too large to carry around in their pockets and it just didn't fly very well. The idea was disgarded as not being profitable for the tourist trade. The left over items were then sold at a local flea market near an area where a group of lesbians were meeting for a conference. It was used as a joke in the bedrooms at night. It originally had a spinner in the middle that they used to take turns determining which hands and arms would be tied to the bedposts and in which order. Although they had a lot of fun that weekend, the game was abandoned and left for housecleaning. The house cleaning ladies took it to sacred Indian sights hoping to find buried Indian artifacts, but when they weren't able to find any. It turns out the didn't know that it needed batteries. So obviously, it didn't work. One of these was just brought in to the Antiques Road Show in Boston where it was discribed as a Pre-Columbian tool used to find water in Brazil. In a follow-up episode of the Road Show it was said that one just sold at auction for $25,000. Wow, isn't that amazing! I wish I had one. It makes me wonder what things I have that are worth a lot of money. How about you? Unfortuneately, yours has been altered and it's worth nearly as much with the Sun Micro Systems seal on it. Approx. value, $3.00.


Name:
mr bling bling
Date:
20 Feb 2003

Comments

its the flux capacitor for my time machine!


Name:
calculates
Date:
23 Feb 2003

Comments


Name:
Brendan Ian Burke
Date:
25 Feb 2003

Comments

Ummm...some kinda trampoline used on fox tv's (now cancelled but still playing in syndication here in Poland) Roswell.

 


Dariush Derakhshani.
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