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    to all powerbook owners...
    just wondering whether a powerbook will survive this?
    the devils is in the details

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    I have always found Photoshop to be harmless to my powerbook :P
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    sometimes when I run photoshop the fan turns on.
    But then it goes away after a while.
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    Originally posted by perthmacuser@May 9 2005, 12:41 PM
    I have always found Photoshop to be harmless to my powerbook :P
    Hahahah.

    What about a fire?


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    :o is that a new 40" powerbook on fire?
    the devils is in the details

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    Perhaps that's just a prototype G5 powerbook, i heard they'd run hot ..

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    How about a sledgehammer!

    http://www.danaquarium.com/gallery/m...s/badpowerbook

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    Originally posted by sdien@May 9 2005, 01:14 PM
    :o is that a new 40" powerbook on fire?
    With the 12" laserdisc reader! I want one!

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    Smells like burning.

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    Originally posted by sdien@May 9 2005, 01:14 PM
    :o is that a new 40" powerbook on fire?
    Maybe the girl is just really small
    (Or maybe I got the scale wrong)

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    So many good calls in this thread... I love it.
    1.0Ghz 15" TiBook, MBP 13" 2.4/4/256, MBA 13" 2013 1.7/8/128 SSD, 1st Gen 5GB iPod (mint condition), 2nd Gen 10GB iPod, iPod video, nano and shuffle, iPhone 3GS 32GB, iPhone 5 32GB

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    well dont laugh about the fire one.. that reminds me of the 1ghz Titanium that a lady "baked" in the oven for 15mins... the screen came out all warped, the keys all shriveled, the apple looked golden brown and crisp... BUT AMAZINGLY when you plugged in a external USB keyboard, monitor, mouse it worked perfectly... :|

    i would have had a link but the author took down the page...
    Just Chillin.

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