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  1. 22:36 Jyggalag welp, already managed to get an official warning for a minor edit
  2. 22:36 Jyggalag guess I'll just ignore typo's from now on
  3. 22:36 FlameShirt Then it was probably deemed not to be a minor edit What exactly was it?
  4. 22:36 Waterfire As a rule of thumb, always ask first.
  5. 22:37 Jyggalag it was on !SCP-502
  6. 22:37 Nala Jyggalag: The Surrogate Heart (rating: +57, 14 revisions) - http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-502
  7. 22:37 Jyggalag it said fire cabinet when it clearly meant file cabinet
  8. 22:37 VincentRedgrave Jyggalag: Fire cabinets are real things, though
  9. 22:37 Jyggalag they are?
  10. 22:38 FlameShirt Yeah.
  11. 22:38 Jyggalag I've literally never heard that phrase in my life
  12. 22:38 VincentRedgrave It's a cabinet specifically built to withstand heat
  13. 22:38 FlameShirt It's a fire-resistant storage device.
  14. 22:38 Jyggalag that still sounds like a typo as this isn't a fire/heat related SCP
  15. 22:38 VincentRedgrave and hold things that can be set ablaze easily
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  17. 22:38 VincentRedgrave Jyggalag: It's a bunch of paper
  18. 22:39 FlameShirt Who's keeping the weird objects in file cabinets?
  19. 22:39 VincentRedgrave er
  20. 22:39 VincentRedgrave Cardboard
  21. 22:39 Jyggalag which is why I thought file cabinet was correct, also why the hell is this thing euclid?
  22. 22:39 Jyggalag seriously, its inert unless being used
  23. 22:39 FlameShirt If the building catches fire, you want it somewhere it's probably not gonna get burned.
  24. 22:39 Jyggalag in that case that is a fair point
  25. 22:39 FlameShirt Gotta think about those environmental hazards.
  26. 22:39 Jyggalag I was unfarmiliar with the phrase .
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  28. 22:40 VincentRedgrave Jyggalag: two seconds on google would have helped
  29. 22:40 Jyggalag okay...
  30. 22:40 Jyggalag however once again, why is this object Euclid?
  31. 22:40 vezaz jyggalag eulid wasn't very well defined in 2008
  32. 22:40 Hippogryph Because it fell on someone once.
  33. 22:40 Jyggalag oh
  34. 22:40 VincentRedgrave but I think you raise a fair point about it being euclid instead of safe
  35. 22:40 FlameShirt Who cares? Object classes are super silly.
  36. 22:40 vezaz ^
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  38. 22:41 FlameShirt They're a branding thing, nothing more.
  39. 22:41 Jyggalag fair enough
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