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    Cool Official: Mac OS X 10.8 = Mountain Lion


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    Moved my pc mouse over the link and got this! :/



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    jk!

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    Your PC wasn't blue-screened long enough to move the mouse? Congrats!

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    hehe!

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    Wait, Fisher Price still makes computers? I thought they were all about the phones and pads lately...
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    finally..... the Mac I will be cruising in class. now I can put my extra cougar emblem on my macbook.... lol

    I saw that ad yesterday and thought to myself... how many cats are left to keep doing this?
    and when they DO run out.... will they start using barnyard animals, or something like that...
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    I'm hoping for something like birds of prey. Car names would be cool but that's kind of overwrought at this point.

    Anything is better than "Ice Cream Sandwich" though LOL.

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    Wow Eric! MAC true believer ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Chicken View Post
    Wait, Fisher Price still makes computers? I thought they were all about the phones and pads lately...
    LMMFAO
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    Wow, I am still way, way back on Snow Leopard, since some of my development tools act up when running on Lion. One of these days, I am gonna have to replace this late 2008 iMac with a new one, but this one has been fairly reliable and running pretty much 24/7 for almost 4 years with only two hard drives and one power supply replacement required. Only one of which (the last one) was NOT covered by Applecare.


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