Why Did They Skip Flipper's Laugh in Hitchhiker's?

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In summary, the conversation is about someone being too busy to watch a video but eventually giving in and clicking on it, only to find an error on the page. They mention the possibility of a higher power intervening to remind them to focus on their work.
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And Thanks For All the Fish![/url]
(for those who love Hitchhiker's, of course)

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As busy as I am, I can't believe that I just stopped to watch that! :biggrin:
 
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Please don't tell me that's the dolphin song, I'm supposed to be doing work and I can't bring myself to click it!







Edit: I GIVE IN! I GIVE IN! I clicked it, but there was allegedly an error on the page. There must be a god, subtly telling me to carry on doing my coursework instead of dicking around.
 
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:smile: Too bad they didn't put in Flipper doing his laughing thing, or whatever he did that sounded like a laugh.
 

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