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Desc:Computers can magically understand scanned magazine pages. Warning: wireframe boobs
Category:Classic Movies, Science & Technology
Tags:weird science, lisa, Memotech MTX512
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Comment count is 13
This is why old people have a hard time understanding computers.

Also, the boobs could've been bigger than that.
Jeff Fries
But then you risk a sprain

this movie taught me that all of the knowledge of Einstein was contained in his photograph

-1 because it doesn't show the whole scene
Well how would YOU teach a computer everything about Einstein, smart guy?

one time I hacked into NORAD. navigating their mainframe really involved a series skull graphics and bowling ball noises.
I always thought the skull graphic was supposed to be a computer virus.

just gotta get some crisscrossing bars and trap the evil that lives in the computer.

Computers can't make matter out of thin air. It was the voodoo ritual with the bras and the chanting that did that part.
You're right, my mistake. Lisa is born from the doll they hooked to the computer.

(---Spoilers---) Later on, a nuclear missile is created because of an issue of Time magazine near the computer.

im thinking about hooking a car battery to my computer so I can run bioshock.
I'm surprised the computer knew they wanted Einstein's intelligence and not his face.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Dude, aren't you clued in? Computers know everything.

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