...typing for peace, democracy, and the glory of the Typosphere
I always wondered what the T.A.R.D.I.S. ran on.You are one good drunk typist. Nary an error!
On a Swiss-German keyboard, no less :DA note on after-effects of this drink: Serving size is a good 5+ oz of high-octane booze, so drink only one. It might taste as tame as Kool-Aid, but it does exact a toll. Immediately after posting this, I fell into a weird trance state and fell dead asleep for an hour and a half, then woke up all sweaty and late for a party, but completely sober again. The time slippages did not re-occur during the evening.
Ted, you're a man of steel, sir. And I thought changing keytops on a QDL was gutsy. Stay where you are, I'm bringin' more Bombay Sapphire!
The guillotine was a favoured form of castigation for French revolutionary upstarts and ne're-do-wells. With this, though, we see the introduction of a quicker, cleaner and more humane form of of decapitation. I especially enjoyed the chill-factor being sufficient to repress the gag-reflex. Thanks for not letting me down Ted - a classic post I'll be hard pressed to surpass.
I see we share a taste for Bombay Sapphire and Swissa typewriters with Swiss-German keyboards.
Hey Rob, thanks for the reading my recent poem and leaving a comment. Appreciated!