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    G-Unit Macs?
    As much as I love G-Unit, I wouldn't like to see it appear anywhere on a mac, and here is an article about it, http://www.engadget.com/2006/06/19/a...t-pc/#comments

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    All I have to say is, rofl.

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    Horrible, horrible idea.
    I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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    You should see the comments, one was like, "MacBook Po' " and another was:
    Mac: Hello I'm a Mac.
    PC: And I'm a PC.
    Mac. I'm a PC too.
    *50 cent walks in and unloads on the PC*
    Mac. I'm all the PC u'll ever need.

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    or..

    Mac: Hi I'm a mac
    PC: And I'm a pc
    50 cent: And I'm 50 cent
    Mac: 50 cent, look at my cool tatoo of you. (look at the photo from engadget)
    50 cent: Thats g-unit!
    PC:look at my tatoo of windows!
    50 cent: Mac, lets go make a new song or music video with Garageband and iMovie
    Mac: Ok.
    PC: IF you need a pie chart, call-
    50 cent: no...
    PC: Touche...
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    ^hahaha, I like the way you put all that together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surfwax95
    Horrible, horrible idea.
    AGREED!

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    yeahh. sounds retarded.
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    no one would buy that, unless it was some crazy-*** mac with 50's picture on it...
    I'd buy it and paint it white.
    the back of our computer looks better than the front of theirs


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    ****... I might have to switch to PC if apple is going urban... cannot stand thug-biggy-me-like talk :biohazard

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    I'm all for helping the kids but why do they have to have 50's picture on it?

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    When we contacted him about this story, Mr. Jobs had little to say about the company's future plans, but his suggestion that we "step off" or risk having a "cap busted" somewhere unpleasant makes us think that Forbes might just be on to something here.
    Hehe....

    But is it just me, or is it far more likely that Apple might start offering a 50cent iPod?

    I'm with Graphite on this one...

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    I'm not a fan of 50 cent or g-unit, but if Apple is going to produce a budget computer for inner city families I think that is a great idea, more so if they donate many of them to low income households

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    ^ Sell budget PC's and donate the income to low income households? If they are "budget" they wont make loads of money on it, like the iMac or the MacBook Pro does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    From engadget:


    Hehe....

    But is it just me, or is it far more likely that Apple might start offering a 50cent iPod?

    I'm with Graphite on this one...
    A 50cent iPod? ****, even I can afford that... :headphone
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