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    General_K
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    How to clean a monitor
    Here's how :p

    Make sure your speakers are on.

    Safe for all ages. :mac:

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    Danster
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    great il stock up on cat food right away

    did you find that video next to apple's how to carry an iMac?

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    I guess catnip is out of the question?

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    Thanks, my screen looks alot better now. lol
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by General_K
    Here's how :p

    Make sure your speakers are on.

    Safe for all ages. :mac:
    I was laughing so hard at this!

    Amanda

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