But getting back to that old post (if anybody's still keeping track)... It's unlikely that Apple (or any other company) would be supportive of any kind of promotion that involves destroying their products. Still, it would be fun to watch. Better with PCs.
My last post on page on is the relevent one. I just wanted to show previous brainstorms, were not doing it as a promotion right now, but just filming its distruction. I cant get it until atleast tuesday, and then I wont be able to blow it up till around saturday... then I will want to edit the film... so I will likely have the finished product sometime around the week after next.
(PS: why? That is a bit... odd... especially b/c you have the whole skull w/ hatchet in it as a pic.)
i run a company that puts on haunted houses in louisiana and we build them and sell them to other haunted house owners across america but they are all non-functional...however i happen to have "inherited" some 3/4 inch thick steel plates and we want to build a working model.so if you want me to i will cut a windows machine for the fun of it!
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