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Old 02-23-2006, 04:13 PM   #21 (permalink)
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LOL, you should be thrown in jail, cause you raped that guy
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My math teacher had plugged in the wrong thing to the square 4pin connector that goes to the motherboard so it wouldn't start up. I went over there...spent about 2 mins, said "Oh, you got the wrong plug in here" put in the right one, booted up just fine, got $40 for it lol
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See, that's an honest buck.

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Old 02-24-2006, 05:38 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I've actually never charged a single dime to ever work on a person's computer for them (although seeing how easy it is kinda makes me wish I had...)
I live in a fraternity (funded by none other than Paul Allen) and trust me, you think you've met people who are idiots with computers, these morons download pirated software and porn, then scratch their heads when their computers break down.
But being the nice guy, I always reformat and reinstall everything for them, for free...
Plus I do that for all my buddies from back home and their parents, and my parents, and their friends...
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Wow, "The Kid" *cough*, what a scumbag. Do you honestly think when you came here and bragged about such a dirty scam you would get support? Well, thinking on the bright side, you probably just made it up anyway.
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Wow, "The Kid" *cough*, what a scumbag. Do you honestly think when you came here and bragged about such a dirty scam you would get support? Well, thinking on the bright side, you probably just made it up anyway.

If it was a small shop or business they would be a bunch of f***s.

But a large rich bank? why not?
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**** such scammers here hehe
i bought a distributor from ebay for 30 sold it for 65 and got his old one which only needed a coil so yea great deal 30 plus new distributor
non computer related
but i sold my old pc for same price i paid for parts and that was like 6 months after( i still miss it tho it was surprisingly fast and still is i donno why)
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