Need advice for cleaning up cabling

Posted on 2007-11-15
Last Modified: 2013-11-09
Guys, check out my cabling:

What do you advise?

Question by:pseudocyber
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moondist earned 50 total points
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I would recommend some marinara sauce. And maybe a few meatballs.
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by:Don Johnston
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Don't forget a nice Chianti.


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I was thinking more along the lines of a buying a bullet and renting a gun...

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TreyH earned 200 total points
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That spool of red cabling is a disaster waiting to happen. Get rid of that and you'll be fine .....   :)
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Johnjces earned 50 total points
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Uh.... match and gasoline?  ;)
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sarangk_14 earned 100 total points
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New network room perhaps?

Otherwise, the only thing that comes immediately in mind is start praying, real hard ;-)

Jokes apart, what advise are you looking for?
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It's a joke - looking for the best funny comments.  I'll post my real MDF ...
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by:Rob Williams
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Go wireless ! <G>

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