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Old 03-01-2006, 09:57 AM   #1
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Although computer search engines are great applications, and I even consider myself quite proficient at using them, sometimes I can't find what I'm after.* That's where I think a Human Search Engine can find the answer.* I propose we use this thread to ask questions where you have tried to find the answer via search engines, but have come up empty.* *The members of this board will very likely know information on the answer or how to find the answer.*
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Old 03-01-2006, 10:02 AM   #2
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I'll start.

I'm looking for an movie that was made for distribution on the internet . . . was about 20 minutes long . . . was free to view . . . and had plot that went something like . . . an office worker was surfing on the internet and clicked on something that caused a number of porno pop ups to propogate on his PC.* A cow-orker or supervisor sees this happen and he is ultimately fired.* The rest of the movie is about the downward spiral his life takes after this incident.* Does anyone have a link or title to this movie?* *TIA
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Have you tried searching here? http://www.imdb.com/

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I tried googling for "cow-orkers" and got a bunch of porno pop-ups about bestiality -- does that help?
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I actually checked imdb and the ifilm repository, and did a short google. Not a thing. If I had more info, maybe...what year did it come out, was it a comedy or a tragedy, etc.

Put "porn" and "office worker" into a search and you're going to get 50 pages of goop.

Remember the guys name? Was there a defining and unique characteristic, like did he always drive a volvo or wear blue ties, something that the video noted?
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That's where I think a Human Search Engine can find the answer.
#@$%, I'm already a Human Search Engine.

"Dad, where did I put my [insert your kid's favorite lost object here] [wallet] [library card] [basketball] [book] [laundry]?"
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I just ask my wife. Apparently the uterus is also a tracking device.
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I just ask my wife.* Apparently the uterus is also a tracking device.
That can be corrected surgically. But before you go that route, be sure and read the entire vasectomy thread.
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I googled short film fired porn, and found "Farm Sluts"

http://www.foxsearchlight.com/lab/sh...quicktime.html
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I googled short film fired porn, and found "Farm Sluts"

http://www.foxsearchlight.com/lab/sh...quicktime.html
You found it! It looks so simple in hindsight - kind of like the stock market. It looks like I'm not as proficient as I thought in searching. Thanks . . . the human search engine works. (and I recommend the film if you have 17 minutes to spare).
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Ok, I saw that too but the title sounded a little too far off...I was looking for some dark humor office worker tragedy. "Farm Sluts" didnt fit the bill.

Dude...just hit the power button...
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That was soooo funny. Thinking about the dog getting smacked still makes me laugh. Thanks for the link. I've spread the good cheer.
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Thanks to everyone - I should have supplied more info, but I was kinda fuzzy on the plot. Al intuitively knew it was about beastality though. I just finished watching it and found myself laughing out loud several times.
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