How many of these does your s/w run on?

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    How many of these does your s/w run on?

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    $2,500 through PayPal? If they don't snap that up I'll eat my... shirt cuffs.
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    ??? Why would they yank that down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kermi3
    ??? Why would they yank that down?
    I don't know, but it *would* be cool to see Ahluka eat his shirt cuffs..

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    Not quite as cool as this baby I think ye'll all agree!!

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    By snap that up I mean PayPal holding onto the cash if anyone buys it. You know, the whole paypalsucks.com thing.
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    I don't know about my software running on them, crawl on them would be more like it.

    I do recognise a few from my PC graveyard.

    Any one want a handful of memory chips under 1Mb?
    A few HDs also in the Mb size range?
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    Those dolls look cool. It's a shame they don't do a "play outfit"...

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    >> You know, the whole paypalsucks.com thing.
    How does it suck? I haven't heard anything bad about it.


    >> A few HDs also in the Mb size range?
    Haha, I remember my dad stole a computer from his work and it had a 20 MB HD, and a couple k of memory, perhaps it was hundred k, I can't remember, it was ages ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twomers
    >> You know, the whole paypalsucks.com thing.
    How does it suck? I haven't heard anything bad about it.

    it only sucks when your checking account's empty.

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    You seriously haven't heard anything bad about it? As in "money going missing and we'll get back to you" syndrome?
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    the website somethingawful raised hella cash for the red cross after katrina, and the owner had the people paying into his pay pal account so he could give people free merchandise for donating and paypal screwed them over or something

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    Are you a goon, Sniper?

    edit: The deal with SA is that Paypal would only let Lowtax donate to United Way, which he doesn't like. Then it took forever and a day to get people's money back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahluka
    You seriously haven't heard anything bad about it?
    Hmmm, I guess I've been living in a hole for a while then ... ah well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Govtcheez
    Are you a goon, Sniper?

    edit: The deal with SA is that Paypal would only let Lowtax donate to United Way, which he doesn't like. Then it took forever and a day to get people's money back.
    yes sir

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