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skateboarderx24

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hmm...you know pc's are good for holding light cars up...put two on every corner and your good...and hey if you can link them all up you might have a very powerful ecu tuning computer
 

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LMAO, at first I thought they were gonna use the hard drive as toilet paper.
 

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Awesome. Awesome. Awesome. That would really make the crapping experience all the more fun...:p
 

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Step 3: Throw the unwanted parts in the bin.

What Really Happened - carefully place Mac Mini insides in a bin lined with tissue paper to prevent damage

Step 4: Load with Charmin Ultra and replace cover.

What Really Happened - carefully insert a sheet of toilet tissue into the C drive slot.

:rolleyes:
 

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MadPict said:
Step 3: Throw the unwanted parts in the bin.

What Really Happened - carefully place Mac Mini insides in a bin lined with tissue paper to prevent damage

Step 4: Load with Charmin Ultra and replace cover.

What Really Happened - carefully insert a sheet of toilet tissue into the C drive slot.

:rolleyes:
Ahh, I do love 'Behind The Music'...

;)
 

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That is the biggest flipping waste of a Mac Mini ever. I would never consider even doing that to any computer. Biggest waste ever.
 

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Pghmyn said:
I don't even think that it looks nice.
Hey it was great and for Apple it is a win. They can mark on their records that they sold another Mac. Plus if they come out with something different maybe that guy will buy it and do something else.

It helps the bottom line and that should mean lower costs for the rest of the public that actually wants to use one for its intended purpose.
 
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