What's on your desktop when you're away?

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    and the hat of wrongness Salem's Avatar
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    What's on your desktop when you're away?

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    It does not explain how they get back when I come back to my computer. A sequel, perhaps?
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    You'd think they'd grow to like eachother after a while, eh?

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    This happens on occasion too (the renegades who dare to attack us when we're still there) - http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...14022225&hl=en

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    You know it's an old video when there is Diablo 2 on the desktop.
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    dude, I am so learning flash.

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    Definitely the electric sheep

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    t, your link is broken.

    Hmm. Guess not.
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    Salem: brilliant video.

    twomers: even better. Led me to a host of other cool discoveries, too.
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    Think I am going to install D2 now, but I am going to rename the shortcut to 'The Chosen One' and see if the plot lines collide and I can make the universe collapse.

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