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    Do A Barrel Roll

    Follow these easy steps:

    1. Go to google.com

    2. Search for do a barrel roll

    3. Smile

    This works with the latest version of Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. Not sure if it works with Internet Exploder.

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    different

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    I have Firefox. When I do the search at google.com all I get is search results.

    Edit: Firefox normally keeps up with its upgrades, but didn't to the latest. With the upgrade, the barrel roll works! Cool!!!
    Last edited by Bill Arnold; 11-04-2011 at 06:56 PM.
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    That was fun. However, the real thing is more fun.

    Enjoy,

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    i tried it on google and firefox, and didn't work on either. methinks vaughn is having a funny, and them that say it works are just covering thier tracks....
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    You can also do a search for "tilt"

    I love it when companies let the geeks have a bit of fun Probably because I'm one myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Ducar View Post
    You can also do a search for "tilt" ...
    Ha! I like it.

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    don't forget 'gravity'


    works well in Chrome
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    don't forget 'gravity'


    works well in Chrome
    Hmm...that one's not working for me. (In Chrome or Firefox.)

    But nonetheless, I won't ever forget gravity. In fact, I have a t-shirt that says "Obey Gravity - It's The Law".
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