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As for the stickers:
You can find those little white Apple stickers in the box that comes with your new Mac. It has all the documents, software, and everything you may need for setting up your new Mac. There should be a couple of the stickers in the box under all of that document mumbo jumbo.
Took me a few... in my lab at work I must have 600 different types of Nalgene bottles, just didn't know which one you ment;)
Macbook 2.1 core duo 1gig 160gb sata iMac g5 w/1 gig 160gig all-in-one and SWEET! iBook G4 IGhz Quicksilver Dual 800's iPod touch "Guys, I think we just lost the platform here" Pete Conrad When in doubt, try SCE to AUX
I hate starting on page two... I havent read the rest of this but I wanted to add my two cents to the nalgene... I too have done this on high adventure trips... I threw my extra large bottle off a cliff on about the second of sixteen days (only about 22 ft high where we were) with a bunch of my friends' nalgenes. Apperently they break...
Edit- Now I have seen the rest of the post. Lol great idea.
So I've always been afraid to use platipus... they are so thin and flexy that they seem like they will freeze and be destroyed durring a cold weather trip. I do ALOT of cold weather (if this strange heat wave wasn't comming through) will a platipus stand up to it well?
BTW- ASPL, X-SPL, SPL-Elect (for thoes who know what that means)
cool idea for a desktop but it might get damage after alot of use unless you have one made right. If you guys have a powerbook or an ipod you need to check out http://www.etchamac.com they were also at the macworld expo theres a pic of them on macmods slide show if you look closly on picture 052 in the photo album on the front page you can see the 15 inch powerbook and the pic engraved on the case. i just had mine engraved to nicely and i am really impressed.
Thats pretty cool. It would work on any aluminum Mac actually. I just thought of another company who does that.....hmmm, I think there are several articles on them. Check out the versalaser mods too. -maestro
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