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Old May 27th 07, 01:23 AM posted to alt.talk.bollocks,demon.local,ne.weather,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default Odd media player behaviour

Peter Hucker wrote:
This should be impossible. I left the computer playing mp3s in media
player, and locked it (to the XP login screen). A macaw removed two
of the keys from the numeric keypad, and managed to stop the media
player while it was locked. I don't have a multimedia keyboard. All
I can think of is that the multimedia controls are actually weird
combinations of key depressions. To further confuse matters, the USB
modem disconnected my broadband at the same time.


A macaw? The real macaw, P.Hucker?

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Old June 16th 07, 06:42 PM posted to alt.talk.bollocks,demon.local,ne.weather,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Peter Hucker[_2_]
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On Sun, 27 May 2007 01:23:14 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
This should be impossible. I left the computer playing mp3s in media
player, and locked it (to the XP login screen). A macaw removed two
of the keys from the numeric keypad, and managed to stop the media
player while it was locked. I don't have a multimedia keyboard. All
I can think of is that the multimedia controls are actually weird
combinations of key depressions. To further confuse matters, the USB
modem disconnected my broadband at the same time.


A macaw? The real macaw, P.Hucker?


I do not have fake macaws.

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Old June 19th 07, 01:24 AM posted to alt.talk.bollocks,demon.local,ne.weather,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default Odd media player behaviour

Peter Hucker wrote:
On Sun, 27 May 2007 01:23:14 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
This should be impossible. I left the computer playing mp3s in media
player, and locked it (to the XP login screen). A macaw removed two
of the keys from the numeric keypad, and managed to stop the media
player while it was locked. I don't have a multimedia keyboard. All
I can think of is that the multimedia controls are actually weird
combinations of key depressions. To further confuse matters, the USB
modem disconnected my broadband at the same time.


A macaw? The real macaw, P.Hucker?


I do not have fake macaws.


What? All of them?

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Old June 23rd 07, 06:37 PM posted to alt.talk.bollocks,demon.local,ne.weather,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Peter Hucker[_2_]
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Default Odd media player behaviour

On Tue, 19 Jun 2007 01:24:34 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
On Sun, 27 May 2007 01:23:14 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
This should be impossible. I left the computer playing mp3s in media
player, and locked it (to the XP login screen). A macaw removed two
of the keys from the numeric keypad, and managed to stop the media
player while it was locked. I don't have a multimedia keyboard. All
I can think of is that the multimedia controls are actually weird
combinations of key depressions. To further confuse matters, the USB
modem disconnected my broadband at the same time.

A macaw? The real macaw, P.Hucker?


I do not have fake macaws.


What? All of them?


Yes, I don't have any of all the fake macaws.


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Old June 25th 07, 03:22 AM posted to alt.talk.bollocks,demon.local,ne.weather,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default Odd media player behaviour

Peter Hucker wrote:
On Tue, 19 Jun 2007 01:24:34 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
On Sun, 27 May 2007 01:23:14 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
This should be impossible. I left the computer playing mp3s in media
player, and locked it (to the XP login screen). A macaw removed two
of the keys from the numeric keypad, and managed to stop the media
player while it was locked. I don't have a multimedia keyboard. All
I can think of is that the multimedia controls are actually weird
combinations of key depressions. To further confuse matters, the USB
modem disconnected my broadband at the same time.

A macaw? The real macaw, P.Hucker?

I do not have fake macaws.


What? All of them?


Yes, I don't have any of all the fake macaws.


OK. OK. You don't have to squawk about it.

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Old June 30th 07, 05:16 PM posted to alt.talk.bollocks,demon.local,ne.weather,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Peter Hucker[_2_]
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Default Odd media player behaviour

On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 03:22:15 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
On Tue, 19 Jun 2007 01:24:34 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
On Sun, 27 May 2007 01:23:14 +0100, Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:

Peter Hucker wrote:
This should be impossible. I left the computer playing mp3s in media
player, and locked it (to the XP login screen). A macaw removed two
of the keys from the numeric keypad, and managed to stop the media
player while it was locked. I don't have a multimedia keyboard. All
I can think of is that the multimedia controls are actually weird
combinations of key depressions. To further confuse matters, the USB
modem disconnected my broadband at the same time.

A macaw? The real macaw, P.Hucker?

I do not have fake macaws.

What? All of them?


Yes, I don't have any of all the fake macaws.


OK. OK. You don't have to squawk about it.


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