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    Originally posted by Brian
    Computers don't have fingers to count on.
    They don't? Well that's why I thought many of the CPU's were made in Asia... cause they have such a high population to spare...people who don't need their fingers.
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    ah but they only use one finger per computer.
    so it's either extended or not.
    on or off
    1 or 0.

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