Lucky thing it didn’t set the house on fire. It would be pretty hot by the time it landed.
It’s the ultimate detergent!
In the early 2000s I thought I’d look up something about the London underground railway on my lunch hour for my better half, as we didn’t have internet at home at that time.
The search engine didn’t come up with one link to anything railway related. It was all music and sex clubs. Finally I just gave up.
The internet seems to have cleaned up a lot in the 20 years since then. Or maybe the IT department didn’t have access to content filters back then.
Like a furry Cupid.
The computer was not password protected?
One place I worked back in the late 90s, they asked me to clean up a computer used by a guy who’d recently left. His browser history… does anyone make brain bleach?
You don’t need to click on a link to get out, just shut the browser window and open a fresh one. Then clear the cookies and browsing history from the site you entered by accident.
Also, not completely buying the “men have poor typing skills and find these sites totally by accident” excuse. Most coders and software developers are still male. They seem to know how to type just fine.
Anyone too dumb to know how to clean up the browsing history on a regular basis by themself is going to be culled.
No, I don’t remember those.
Yes, I believe Denver and Calgary have nearly identical geography and weather conditions.
They are the masks.