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    You just might be a Linux Redneck iffn...


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    You use an AOL CD-ROM as a coaster for your beer.
    Hey now! I use an AOL CD as a coaster!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarumont
    You use an AOL CD-ROM as a coaster for your beer.
    Hey now! I use an AOL CD as a coaster!
    I use them as frisbees and sources of cheap light shows (microwave). I used to love getting the AOL floppies; I would format those and use them to copy Ultima.... I mean... *create backups*...
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    I use them as frisbees and sources of cheap light shows (microwave). I used to love getting the AOL floppies; I would format those and use them to copy Ultima.... I mean... *create backups*...
    /me says amazed OUuuuuu...
    isn't it dangerous to microwave metalic obejects? (ie, the CD, will it not be very hot and sort of risc to explode?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scientica
    /me says amazed OUuuuuu...
    isn't it dangerous to microwave metalic obejects? (ie, the CD, will it not be very hot and sort of risc to explode?)
    It is dangerous to microwave metallic objects, and the CD does get a little warm, but you only microwave it for 5 seconds. The area that reacts to the waves burns up in a couple of seconds. The sparks are perty.
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    You close your computer case with duct tape.
    You think that M$ software just "ain't right".
    duct tape fixes everything, cept maybe winblows. and yes i have used it to close up parts of it. and M$ just ain't right.

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    Well dog gone I got me a new use for those stack of AOL disks

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