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holy.. does the powermac have an internal speaker?


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i just started watching

http://www.lookatentertainment.com/v/v-20.htm

when i realized my speakers werent plugged in but sound was comming from the tower.. wierd, i honestly never knew there was a speaker in there
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Almost every Mac has at least a basic internal speaker.

The G4 cube and XServe are among the few exceptions.
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Hahaha....that video was awesome!!!

Check this video out.....Bill Gates cant get his Slideshow working.
http://www.lookatentertainment.com/v/v-403.htm
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LOL... funny video. If I'd been in that store, I think I'd be in jail though- for smacking that little monster.

Anybody convinced that it's real? I doubt it somehow...

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lol that is a funny video.

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lmao, that vid is awesome
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lmao, that vid is awesome

im pretty sure that its rehearsed which kinda takes the fun out of it, but come on who just happens to have a camera handy when some kid starts going off? lol its funny though
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It could be a store security cam, though it's improbable that that ]would be a color camera, unless it's just a normal handycam those far-east-asians set up there...
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japs? i could be wrong but that doesn't seem like the correct terminology, very funny video though.
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Sorry for that. Being a swiss, it doesn't have the least negative connotation. For me it just groups those way cool guys with all the technology we don't have, not a political racist word.
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