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Advice, Children, and Computers: Devil's Agvocate 2.0 (aka Michelle v @MGigger I collect all cell phones and iPads from the kids at night and keep them in my oom Last night those little **holes all set alarms to go off at various times throughout the night. I'm impressed with their ingenuity and team effort They're all grounded kx* silent-calling You teach them responsibility by entrusting them with these devices You teach them teamwork by taking them away at night and storing them in your room outofpocket-prince My dad kept the computer locked and monitored (and only used when under direct supervision), an intolerable situation to which my little brother and I reacted with gusto. We set up a camera to get the password, coded password guessers, bootcamped a Mac to allow us to use an entirely different system, and figured out various ways to avoid logging internet activity, logins, and even the hidden camera my dad set up. He would discover our new hack and put even more restrictions (he is very computer literate), and we would crack it again. We leaned computer security just because my dad didn't want us to I breezed through AP comp sci into a tech field. Ironically, I was introduced to porn because I was looking for another bypass and stumbled into a BDSM site so I can also blame my dad for me being a freaky ho thegreenpea Out of all the responses to this post. Yours was my favourite. I cried laughing when I saw the last paragraph lyinginbedmon Literally every single "protect your children" system from the 90s was broken within weeks by the collective ingenuity of the children they were used against. tomannynotebooks I wasnt and never will be good with computers but I would figure out my moms password and change the parental controlls over how long I could be on. Eventually I just labeled my own user as admin and made her and dad normal users.... I stole full con 73,288 notes advice-animal: Kids vs technology restrictions
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Children, Computers, and Dad: Devil's Agvocate 2.0 (aka Michelle v @MGigger I collect all cell phones and iPads from the kids at night and keep them in my oom Last night those little **holes all set alarms to go off at various times throughout the night. I'm impressed with their ingenuity and team effort They're all grounded kx* silent-calling You teach them responsibility by entrusting them with these devices You teach them teamwork by taking them away at night and storing them in your room outofpocket-prince My dad kept the computer locked and monitored (and only used when under direct supervision), an intolerable situation to which my little brother and I reacted with gusto. We set up a camera to get the password, coded password guessers, bootcamped a Mac to allow us to use an entirely different system, and figured out various ways to avoid logging internet activity, logins, and even the hidden camera my dad set up. He would discover our new hack and put even more restrictions (he is very computer literate), and we would crack it again. We leaned computer security just because my dad didn't want us to I breezed through AP comp sci into a tech field. Ironically, I was introduced to porn because I was looking for another bypass and stumbled into a BDSM site so I can also blame my dad for me being a freaky ho thegreenpea Out of all the responses to this post. Yours was my favourite. I cried laughing when I saw the last paragraph lyinginbedmon Literally every single "protect your children" system from the 90s was broken within weeks by the collective ingenuity of the children they were used against. tomannynotebooks I wasnt and never will be good with computers but I would figure out my moms password and change the parental controlls over how long I could be on. Eventually I just labeled my own user as admin and made her and dad normal users.... I stole full con 73,288 notes Kids vs technology restrictions
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Beautiful, Dude, and Memes: spacehumans-inspace Humans are ADAPTABLE. As FUCK. Just because something happens to a limb, or part of the body, or a sense, it doesn't actually mean anything. Loose a limb? Put a new one on. Broken bone split open the skin? Pop it back into place and stitch it up. Paralyzed/ physically incapacitated? Wheelchair. Heart problems? Here's a new one. Or, even better, a ROBOT one. Blind? Well, who's to say we don't just outright develop echolocation? Humans are are amazing at adapting to situations that would totally ruin or kill any amount of other species Our adaptability and ingenuity in the application of tools and aides set us apart from other alien species, because who else, apart from stubborn, mad geniuses, would think 'right, something's broken beyond all repair? Or even gone completely? We can sort that out. "Right. So, you're telling me, that you lost BOTH of your legs in war, and instead of dying because you've lost half your body, you just... stuck new ones on?" "Basically, yeah. They're bio-mechanical and detachable. Wanna see?" "Wait, you're paralyzed from the waist down? But surely that's enough of an excuse to... stop working? Rest? You're stuck in that wheeled contraption! Isn't that horrendously awkward and tiring?" "Stuck? Dude, if I didn't have a wheelchair, THEN I'd be stuck. It can be awkward, sure, when places don't have ramps and wide enough doors and stuff, but apart from that, the chair lets me... be free again. It allows me to move and be a contributing human being again. Just, yknow. I've got wheels instead of legs." "You're blind? Wait, if you can't see, then why are you on this ship? Our visually impaired never pass even the first level of clearance Well, I'm hardly a navigator, am I? I'm a translator, I don't need to see. I can speak five earth languages and seven alien languages, and I can get around perfectlyI fine, thank you very much. Besides, that's why l've got my cane "But... you can't see? How can you read?" "Braille, mate. Besides, nobody writes anymore. It's all audio or that brain transmission telepathy shit anyway. "Your crewmate appears to act differently to most other humans I've encountered?" "Oh, Alec? He's lovely. He's got this thing called Aspergers, and whilst there's nothing technically wrong with him, it just means he... he processes things differently to someone without it. He doesn't understand jokes or sarcasm or anything, but he's really kind, and has an amazing green thumb. He tends to the onboard gardens." Right, so I've tried to make a little bit of disability positivity in this little drabble here. If anything I've written here upsets anyone, or appears as incorrect, I apologize sincerely! 2,474 notas positive-memes 99+ Humans are beautiful
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Target, Tumblr, and Blog: sandra-afrika: what flair, ingenuity and entrepreneurship

sandra-afrika: what flair, ingenuity and entrepreneurship

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Target, Tumblr, and Blog: sandra-afrika: what flair, ingenuity and entrepreneurship

sandra-afrika: what flair, ingenuity and entrepreneurship

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Friends, Memes, and Redneck: REDNECKMOWING EHICK Redneck ingenuity at its finest!! Double tap and tag some friends! Seen on: @hick country anythingcountryy redneck truck trucks outdoors hunting fishing

Redneck ingenuity at its finest!! Double tap and tag some friends! Seen on: @hick country anythingcountryy redneck truck trucks outdoors hun...

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