Quality Control

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Personally… I use them as coasters.


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    W

    wow

    gregzombie

    What a dumbshit.

    numb7rs

    How is the letter folded when it has two CDs taped to it?

    LeeHarveyOswald

    do they count the blank disk as part of the “50” pack?

    GorillaMunch

    no, I believe the true number would be 52, he doesn’t know how to count or use common sense..

    Shadow

    hahaha what a dumbass!

    MonkeyHitman

    the quality control team:” Hey steve, we one of those idiot letters again!” (*Facepalm*)

    MonkeyHitman

    we got one of those *

    reptilecobra13

    I pretend to be a ninja and throw them at people on my campus.

    deleted_user

    Not very funny…well, I don’t find stupidity funny anyways…

    Corndoggeh

    I don’t get it. Explain?

    RSIxidor

    @Corndoggeh:
    The gentlemen who wrote this letter bought something like this. In these spools, there is always two discs that are clear plastic, not to be used for data. I believe you can use them for separating the discs(such as to separate ones that have been burned from ones not), but honestly I’ve never understood what they are actually for.

    Can someone explain what they’re actual intended purpose is?

    Shanghai_Factor

    @Corndoggeh: @RSIxidor: They’re to protect the top/bottom CD’s from scratching.

    ..At least that’s what I’ve always thought.

    the3g_ipwn

    : You’re not fooling anyone by blurring out your signature.

    storminator

    my parents would have been confused by them, too.

    PmWi

    This is one of those pictures that makes me glad i grew up with computers. I hope I’m never on the ass end of technology like this poor old guy.

    nyoki

    This is how my Netflix came in the other day.

    stinklesafi

    fucking newfags

    Corndoggeh

    @RSIxidor: Oh that’s what they are. I knew what the plastic things were for, but in the picture they look like regular CD’s with white labels. Thanks for the explanation.

    Now that it has been explained.. LOL!

    ColombianMonkey

    one of them is for the bottom so the writable CD on the bottom doesn’t get’s scratched. but rsi definition could also be used.