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Old 05-16-2005, 11:19 AM   #11 (permalink)
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lmao emeraldice...
i've had this name for about 5 years... :P
Was impressive then unfortunatly.. now everyones heard of terabyte hard drives... and i don't plan to do anything except sit here and watch my own extinction >.<

I don't intend to use my PC for gaming.. I am infact waiting for 64 bit to be well established.. but at the same time looking out for what else is trying to establish itself.. ie dual core...

See.. they don't teach you this stuff at college... because of course... the fundamentals of how to turn a computer on at the mains is so much more interesting and benificial ^o)

anyway.. Thanks guys. Much Enlightenment ^_^ Great Justice... etc.. :P

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