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Just found this on Google :eek:

http://www.theonelab.com/files/images/mac.jpg

Does anybody else think we should nick some stuff?

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Do you think he like's Apple?
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Could be photoshop, you never know these days.
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Could be photoshop, you never know these days.
dunno.... all the reflections on the cubes are unique and match up with what is around them.

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dont' think its photoshop
can you really do that? i mean combine all those stuff and have an uber computer?
maybe he's a supplier
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No. Look at the shading and reflections and stuff. Those are kinda cheap now. I remember how bad I wanted one of the cubes. Me and my dad were in Fry's... They were cool. I was like 5... Or at least I think I was 5. Doubt it though...
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True, could be real and it is highly likely but just saying I have actually seen some pretty amazing things done with photoshop. If you are really good you can make a lot look like reality in PS. Just saying don't discount it.
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i'm having a heart attack
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If that is photoshopped I can not find a flaw in it Who ever it is that did it, is real good and went though a lot of trouble, I went right to the pixels . I doubt it is photochopped,

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who know, maybe none of them evn work and he just picked them up cheap. as for the other stuff, not that impressive.

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They could also be empty Cube shells...a number of the shells were thrown out because of stress lines that looked like cracks.
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With the tag on the side of one of them. I assume they were bought as a group, in a fire sale.

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Or he does apple repairs...
And he has notes on the side of them to keep track of which cube belongs to whom. (Maybe the others have there's on the back).

Why would anyone need 2 iSight camera's?


I'm guessing the 2 cinema displays, powerbook and iSight with light-ring attached are his. (And the misc. other small-fry crap)
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Maybe hes a clever thief?
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I'm with technologist on this one. I've seen tons of shells on eBay.

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