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Thread: Anyone heard of "L" computers?




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    The whole thing is not to get caught :thumb: . Anywho, yah, screw plan A, plan B is rob them, w00t! :woot: . Ahem, : peace2: Mista K6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mista K6
    The whole thing is not to get caught :thumb: . Anywho, yah, screw plan A, plan B is rob them, w00t! :woot: . Ahem, : peace2: Mista K6
    Gotta find out where they're located...then rob em :) Anyways I've seen that before, they're laptops are awsome...a built in sub apparently.
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    Thats some sweet stuff there. :cheers:

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    Their prices don't seem to be TOO outragious as well.... very interesting.... I'll have to talk to my boss.:thumb:
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    Gotta find out where they're located...then rob em
    They are based in Los Angeles

    I was looking at the Extreme PC and the 92" Grand Canyon monitor. It would cost over $33K Canadian dollars, plus shipping, handling, and duty.

    A pipe dream that's for sure!
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    The TechTV review shows that it isnt all that great. The ReViEw

    But hey if you wanna "borrow" the computer from them I'll be right behind ya. :afro: :afro:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane2g
    Its probably easier to just rob them directly :D
    As well as the bank robbery = federal offense = no time off for good behavior in the "pound me in the ass prison" :(
    I can hear it now.
    cellmate: "I killed 3 cops, what did you do?"
    Mista: "I robbed a bank so i can buy some computer crap"
    LMAO
    :rofl: :rofl:
    :laugh:

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    This here lap would be nice.

    17" wide with 9600Pro graphics.. :D :drool:

    Btw check out the servers.. holly ****..! :eek:

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