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Old 03-22-2005, 04:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im so mad at dell! its my birthday and it took so much convincing to get my parents to buy computer parts because they said "you can get a really good dell computer for 299 that can handle everything you need it to do"

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Ok? This is venting, and has nothing to do with a hardware question or concern. Leave statements, opinions and otherwise 'emotionally filled' posts to Off topic unless it's a new piece of hardware and you are showing a new article or something along those lines. Thread closed
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