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A useful new excuse

The Standard has a tale of a woman who claims that the witchy rays from wi-fi equipment 'felt like walking into a cloud of poison'. Given that she 'spent hundreds of pounds installing wireless internet', I am more than a little concerned about her. Considered opinion notes that the devices give out less than a tenth of the witchy rays of mobile phones.

Meanwhile, the lady concerned 'claims she is so sensitive to wi-fi's electro-magnetic waves she can instantly tell whether it is installed in a particular room', so I was pondering on whether a career as a freelance wi-fi network detector beckons, but unless she can undercut the fiver or so detectors go for on ebay, I do not fancy her chances.
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Anonymous newmania said... 3:39 pm

You meet people like this out canvassing .I met someone who thought they were being sent rays by aliens to turn them ..black. Under the foul smelling bobble hat was ,..really , a layer of protective kitchen foil .

Probably a prof of philosophy  

Blogger Croydonian said... 3:43 pm

Amazing how aliens always target nobodies, isn't

Anonymous Anonymous said... 12:04 am

Blears is a nobody?  

Blogger Croydonian said... 9:23 am

CityU - Erm, details please?  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 6:23 pm

I just assumed Hazel Blear was an alien robot. She is surely not human  

Blogger Croydonian said... 6:28 pm

You could be on to something there - she's a sort of NuLab Terminator, but rather than not feeling pity, remorse or fear, she does not feel embarassment, shame or disgust.

Now if only I was capable of some art with photoshop.  

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