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#3
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
 
#4
Well as its so bloody thin I can't wait till some one drop its then I'll have t fix it for them lol

Stilts
 
#5
Whiskybreath said:
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
Easy enough to install Windows on a mac these days though... 8)
 
#6
IT_Guy said:
Whiskybreath said:
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
Easy enough to install Windows on a mac these days though... 8)


......which is the equivelant of ripping out a Ferrari V12 and chucking in a Peugeot 1.4 diesel.
 
#8
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
IT_Guy said:
Whiskybreath said:
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
Easy enough to install Windows on a mac these days though... 8)


......which is the equivelant of ripping out a Ferrari V12 and chucking in a Peugeot 1.4 diesel.
Agreed, but people are creatures of habit and don't like to learn new Operating Systems.
 
#9
I only ready this as I thought McDonalds had added an 'adult' menu!
 
#11
Me too, starting to feel very disappointed with the title now, bloody geeks! :evil:
 
#13
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
IT_Guy said:
Whiskybreath said:
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
Easy enough to install Windows on a mac these days though... 8)


......which is the equivelant of ripping out a Ferrari V12 and chucking in a Peugeot 1.4 diesel.
Perhaps, but you can run both OS on an Intel Mac if you really, really wanted to using Bootcamp. I bought a MacBook Pro four months ago and will never go back to Windows again. I have a Windows laptop that I use every now again and I've suddenly realised how much of a pain in the hoop they really are.
 
#16
Harry_Monk said:
jimmys_mate said:
Problem is if people realised how user friendly Macs actually are, they would go for hem every time
And then, suddenly, they will have all the security problems PC users suffer with now !
But the thing is as already stated people are creature of habit and like the RAF scared of change!!!
 
#17
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
IT_Guy said:
Whiskybreath said:
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
Easy enough to install Windows on a mac these days though... 8)


......which is the equivelant of ripping out a Ferrari V12 and chucking in a Peugeot 1.4 diesel.
For once, I agree with your comment! :wink:
 
#18
Trip_Wire said:
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
IT_Guy said:
Whiskybreath said:
Beautiful. I've got a Toshiba Portege which is a little gem, but this is much nicer. Pity it's a Mac, though... :(
Easy enough to install Windows on a mac these days though... 8)


......which is the equivelant of ripping out a Ferrari V12 and chucking in a Peugeot 1.4 diesel.
For once, I agree with your comment! :wink:
I came, no pun intended, to find a post praising the masters of elegant rock, the Mac Lads, whose famous song "Sweaty Betty" strikes a chord, to this day, with all soldiers who have been drinking in Catterick.

The <ahem> lyrics are as follows.

Well, she wore big knickers,
And she worked on t' sewage farm,
I got me 'and down 'er jeans an'
I nearly lost half me arm.
But after ten pints,
Looked quite fit,
Couldn't wait to get me hands
On her flabby tits.
Sweatty Betty, Sweatty Betty,
This is only the first part of a true classic of English folk music, and for those of a truly scholarly nature, the rest of these bard-like stanzas can be found HERE CLICKETY_CLICK

Anyway, imagine my dissappointment.

In a world where most of us only use a computer to surf, email and play games, who cares? My PC and laptop are fine.

In the same messianic way that some of you treat the Apple world, I give you the Macc Lads for your delectation.
 
#19
Oh how the memories come flooding back.
That fine body of men that were the Lads from Macc.
My favourite was “Two Stroke Eddy” one of the few songs performed by the only “lass” from Macc.
Every time I drive pass Macclesfield I always chuckle knowing that it is the place to go to get your udders field!
I remember that famous tour back in the 90’s “Sex Pies and Videotape” sheer brilliance.
As this is Arrse I should also remind everyone of the covers album “an Orifice and a Genital”
And finally their tribute to the chaps on Operation Corporate

BUENOS AIRES


"There was a load of bloody fairies in Buenos bloody Aires
With greasy hair and sweaty bums, they'd never heard of Boddington's
A different culture and a different race, - no chippies in the ******* place,
You can keep that poof Ardiles, we're going to have your Malvinas
Eh Up!

They got our backs up without a doubt, time to sort those Argies out
Costa Mendez lives in fear of real men who can hold their beer
Eh! Eh! Eh! The lads are on their way,
With bayonets and tommy guns and bellies full of Boddington's
Eh Up!

Fray Bentos and cheap red wine is all they eat in the Argentine
But after a scrap with the English Navy, they'll ask for the recipe for chips 'n' gravy "


It's only 10:00 and I have a real need for chips and gravy :roll:
 

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