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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

broke my iBook screen :(


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well, I was packing it around, and I must have slipped or something, and my social text hit the corner of my screen something hard. now I am missing the bottom 200 pixels wide, and about 400 high. yay, that is a 150 dollar expense I can't afford.
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bummer! what to say... other than, 'be careful in the future.'
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bummer! what to say... other than, 'be careful in the future.'
*sticks a steel plate in both sides of iBook sleeve*

there we are.
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Hmm, ibooks don't like being thumped. Have you tried saying sorry !!!
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Only $150???, I thought it would be more.
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Only $150???, I thought it would be more.
Im replacing it myself
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