Firefall: That's the broom cupboard [act]turns Ari to face the metal cabinet[/act]
Ari: Dean! :D
Dean: I really dont know whether I should be happy to see you or not...but I guess anything is better than being frozen.
You're so sweet :)
Hannay: So what are those cupboard looking things?
Dr Horrible: Torture chambers....with 5 times the power of any well built freeze ray.
Captain Jack Harkness: [act]Looking at Dr Horrible[/act] Who are you?
Dr Horrible: Who are you?
Ari: Who am I?
Ari: Sorry, saw an opening, couldn't help myself ~:|
Hannay: And no one has answered my question yet.
Dr Horrible: Why do you not believe it's a torture chamber?
Deb: [act]Ignoring Dr Horrible[/act] If you look closely, there's a panel beside the machine that we didnt take any notice of until now....
Firefall: Does it say we have a money back guarantee if anything gets damaged in the course of normal usage?
Deb: No, it says [act]squints[/act] something about suspension? :-?
Bibli: Could that text be any smaller?
Dr Who: Scientifically speaking, yes. You'd just need to hire really tiny aliens to read it for you. That might mean hiring a translator too, depending on dialect.....
Narrator: Ah hem! Allow me.These Cryogenic Chambers are designed to freeze the user in animated suspension until such time as they can return to current time*. To use: Climb inside capsule and make self comfortable in an upright position. Press the Blue button and set timer. This time is how long you wish to be frozen for. Ensure you double check time before pressing ok. Press the blue button again to start countdown to freezing. Thawing will commence automatically after designated time has passed**. Warning: Some side affects still to be discovered.
*time may not be current
**time passing is dependent of the Real Life factor and may alter
Hannay: Well that really cleared it up for me :|
Firefall: Anyone else feel that they really should consider hiring a new person to write their plaques for them? :-/