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Old 01-07-2009, 12:34 AM   #31
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you can have fun and look to the lighter side of things while showing a bit of respect at the same time, calling someone's hand picked system a POS is a bit over the top...
Well said. A lot of people joke around here. But we don't disrespect anyone else. Saying something like, "This is an okay system. It should barely run Pacman, haha. ", is all right. Just calling the system, which most of us put a lot of hard work and money into, a piece of shit is just unacceptable. So, unless he has a dream computer he's ready to show us, I suggest he stop.
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Well for those interested, here are my specs.

And when I referred to the system as a POS system, I wasn't bieng rude. It sounded like a Point-Of-Sale system by the first post...that's what most people call them...POS systems. Sheesh!
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Old 01-07-2009, 08:41 PM   #33
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lol, uhuh, SURRRRRRRRRRRRREE, we all know what you really meant!!!

I guess that's the beauty of using acronyms...
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Well for those interested, here are my specs.

And when I referred to the system as a POS system, I wasn't bieng rude. It sounded like a Point-Of-Sale system by the first post...that's what most people call them...POS systems. Sheesh!
i didnt know that windows 3.1 even had a browser for it...
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Old 01-07-2009, 10:00 PM   #35
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Well for those interested, here are my specs.

And when I referred to the system as a POS system, I wasn't bieng rude. It sounded like a Point-Of-Sale system by the first post...that's what most people call them...POS systems. Sheesh!
Dude, Do us a favor, and leave. iIam getting real tired of your useless, pathetic, disrespectful, arrogant posts.

You don't help anyone here. And I have yet to see a decent post out of you.

This person came here for help on building a computer. He didnt come here to have someone like you be disresprectful.
He wants to learn. Stop being an idiot.
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Shouldnt he be banned by now?
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i didnt know that windows 3.1 even had a browser for it...
Of course it does!
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