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Old 08-15-2006, 08:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Dropping a computer

Originally posted by Norcent
I just had a question cause i take my computers to friends houses and stuff.

Sometimes i get chest pain and then i can't feel my arms.

I was wondering if i had a computer in my hands when that happened and i dropped it if the computer would be fine?

I thought thats what expensive computer cases where for to take the impact.

I'd rather have an expensive computer case ruined than the whole computer cause computer cases are alot cheaper than the whole computer being replaced.
Forget the PC....Dood, you should check into that "Chest Pain" and "Numb Arm" thing.....

....Maybe use one of those two-wheeled carts

Please, go to a doctor.

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