LOL<br>Shelie its eat me in the field and King me when you reach the end of the board, then you can advance backwards.<br><br>In Chess you always "Capture" your opponent - just a bit more civilized but you can eat them later if you want<br><br>
Loc: United States
The dual 2-gig is enough for me- I've come to the conclusion that you should never buy a Mac like it's going to last you 10 years, because ultimately Apple always comes out with something cooler and you're going to want to upgrade in about 4 or 5 at the most.<br><br>So the 'low-end' dual 2-gig (or whatever it winds up being in the next few weeks) will be good enough for me- hell I was almost ready to snatch up the single 1.8 until they took it off the site! Anything made in the last 2-3 years trumps my dual-500mhz by a longshot...<br><br><br>Back in Black...
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