|Xenocide - 2011-08-05 |
"It won't tell you how to spell it, but it'll tell you where you were wrong." 80's spellcheck is an apt metaphor for our relationship with our own mistakes.
|Screwtape - 2011-08-05 |
Mr. Wizard hated Spaniards so much, he refused to read out "Spain", preferring instead to spell it out at every opportunity.
|orificespace - 2011-08-05 |
I always wished this guy was my dad when I watched Mr Wizard.
5 Stars for daddy issues.
|chumbucket - 2011-08-05 |
Welcome to Mr Wizard's command central where he requires the use of multiple systems to manage the steady rotation of stupid kids he needs for his television program.
|EvilHomer - 2011-08-05 |
Twenty five years later, my Firefox spellchecker still refuses to recognize "anime" as a valid word.
It also refuses to recognize: kawaii weeaboo hentai bukkake fursuit vore unbirthing otherkin loli juggalo Objectivist bronie cena glomph fargnax and reptoid. In other words, all the words I use on a daily basis. :(
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-08-05 |
And it only takes a few short minutes per sentence! Now that's convenience!
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-08-05 |
When they cut to commercial, Mr. Wizard typed the following with a wry smile on his face:
8===========D ~O ~O ~O ~O
Timmy, do you know what that is?
|cognitivedissonance - 2011-08-06 |
I haven't heard his voice in at least 20 years, but the second I did, a chill ran down my spine.
Thank you, POETV.
|FABIO - 2011-08-06 |
To kids in the 80s, cable consisted entirely of Nickelodeon claymation ads, You Can't Do That on Television, Mr Wizard, and Double Dare (and boobs on HBO).
|numb - 2011-08-08 |
Even the most retarded 1st-gen spell check wouldn't have compared each word in the doc against each word in the dictionary.
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