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Thread: Exploding CDs




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    Indoor frisbies. OK. Just be sure to shred them afterwards so that the CIA can't recover all that important data.

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    If I started throwing frisbies around the house, the dogs would go berlistic

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    that site is quite funny i mean 1st hes at work playing a game... 2nd game explodes not injuring employee :rolleyes: i think it was ment to injure him to tell him to stop playing crappy games and going back to work heheheh. but no really i think its the way they make CDs if u got a Cdplayer a portable one with a see though face take a look at how unbalanced a CD is of or just hold it on top of your palm with the anti skip on (makes CD spin faster) and feel that it will vibrate on most CDs... there should be some quality contol here i think :cheers:

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    Might increase the price of cd's which we don't need. Anyway, explosions are fun.

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    I've had that happen to me before - it killed my pioneer DVD drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak


    It used to be great fun snapping floppies and throwing around the disk inside it around class like a frisbie... :D
    they throw better if you leave the disk inside

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    They hurt less if you use just the soft disk.

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