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asktoothless:

So i hear my printer starting up from nowhere (i was in the other room) and it takes 10 minutes to print fully after a few minutes my curiosity is peaked as to what or who was printing anything. We have one of those wireless printers you can e-mail too and staring me in the face is this:
Now i’m a rational person so i checked my print history online and there is no record of this ever being sent to the printer. Nothing at all.The text at the bottom reads. 
"WE’RE COMING"
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO RECORD OF THIS EVER BEING SENT OR RECIEVED BY MY PRINTER!!!!!!

asktoothless:

So i hear my printer starting up from nowhere (i was in the other room) and it takes 10 minutes to print fully after a few minutes my curiosity is peaked as to what or who was printing anything. We have one of those wireless printers you can e-mail too and staring me in the face is this:

Now i’m a rational person so i checked my print history online and there is no record of this ever being sent to the printer. 
Nothing at all.The text at the bottom reads. 

"WE’RE COMING"

YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO RECORD OF THIS EVER BEING SENT OR RECIEVED BY MY PRINTER!!!!!!

dorkly

dorkly:

Meet the Disabled Gamer Whose Uplifting Story Will Wreck You

Meet Ken. Ken’s a quadriplegic, and has been for about 20 years as a result of a construction accident. Before the accident, he was a casual gamer - but nothing too extensive. Now that he lives a much more confined life, he’s looked for things he could still do.

Now, with the help of a device called Joust, he’s able to play Diablo, World of Warcraft, and Starcraft - and stream it all through Twitch.tv. He’s found a community that’s allowed him to gain confidence and have fun, which is pretty fantastic.

Get ready to feel a whole lot of emotions - and remember that every single gamer you play online is a human being, and you could be yelling insults at Ken. Don’t be someone who yells at Ken.