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Old December 6, 2007, 10:40 AM
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You know what I love most? The computer is hanging precariously on nice dining room chairs and counterbalanced/supported with what seems to be nice African artwork.

Hahaha I love being a Canadian - I do the same when my gf is gone, I open the windows and the ambient cools to a nice -10 to -15. Then I just can't take it anymore.
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Old December 6, 2007, 09:32 PM
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You know what I love most? The computer is hanging precariously on nice dining room chairs and counterbalanced/supported with what seems to be nice African artwork.

Hahaha I love being a Canadian - I do the same when my gf is gone, I open the windows and the ambient cools to a nice -10 to -15. Then I just can't take it anymore.
lol, yea i noticed that too. the computer is being supported primarily by two chairs with what seems to be an exquisite african giraffe propped as the third leg!

with all this cold weather, i can see why it's tempting to leverage that cooling!! keep up the great work!! this must be the holy grail of computer cooling :D

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