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Creative use for empty whiskey bottles

CmdrTaco posted more than 8 years ago | from the now-that's-a-mod dept.

Hardware Hacking 253

Japala writes "You might have seen computers built inside of toasters, radios, garden lamps etc. As motherboards keep getting smaller and smaller the possibilites on where you can embed then increases. As it turns out, you can get them to fit inside an empty glass bottle. Whisky PC for a whiskey lover that needs a small and silent server."

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Good TImes (5, Funny)

SteelFist (734281) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646118)

So basically you get to drink a bottle of whiskey before building your computer. Does that sound like a good idea to anyone else?

Re:Good TImes (4, Funny)

FinestLittleSpace (719663) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646128)

wwWWWoeorkss ffdffoooor meeEEEEEEeeeeeeee

Re:Good TImes (3, Funny)

SillySnake (727102) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646160)

Can't forget that he had to do most of the work at night while his newborn son was sleeping. Perhaps if he hadn't drank enough of those bottles to come up with the idea of putting a computer in one, he might not have the son and could have built the computer during the day. :)

Re:Good TImes (5, Funny)

FidelCatsro (861135) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646164)

A tower case filled with 24 year old single Isla Malt sounds like a nice companion project

Re:Good TImes (2, Funny)

Gil-galad55 (707960) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646340)

Did you see the Tokaji in the last picture? A modder with exquisite taste in beverages... who knew!

Re:Good TImes (1)

darkeye (199616) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646400)

well, the guy is hungarian, so it's quite natural he has a tokaji around. if you take a closer look, you'll see some other hungarian wines as well (kadarka, villanyi, etc.)

Re:Good TImes (1)

Gil-galad55 (707960) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646492)

Ah, I hadn't noticed. Lucky bastard.

Re:Good TImes (1)

scapaman (827445) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646468)

check my ID, it's nice to work for a company named after a distillery.

Re:Good TImes (3, Funny)

mrjb (547783) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646170)

> For the project I selected a 1.5 litre Ballantine's bottle for case.
> That was the proper size and shape for the task at hand.

As the project was a success, I'm guessing his next project will be the 3 liter bottle.

Re:Good TImes (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646256)


RTFA. He drank a full bottle in an attempt to make a second one and, while in a drunken frenzy, got a crazy idea to mod his son. Quote, "You think making a second Whisky PC is fun? It's got nothing on making another baby!"

Re:Good TImes (5, Funny)

iezhy (623955) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646359)

if I would have made home server for every bottle of wiskey i drank... i would be running pretty powerfull boewulf cluster by now :)

Another way? (1)

Otto (17870) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646469)

So basically you get to drink a bottle of whiskey before building your computer. Does that sound like a good idea to anyone else?

Are you suggesting that there's another way to build a computer?

I have a better use for empty whiskey bottles (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646121)

I fill them up with more whiskey (and then empty them again).

Cheat! (5, Funny)

LiquidCoooled (634315) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646123)

I thought they were going to try and rollup the motherboard and unfurl the memorysticks and processor once inside.

Instead they just cut a hole in it.

FP (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646125)

Fp bithces

Re:FP (1)

ToasterofDOOM (878240) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646266)

Obviously you helped him empty that whiskey bottle.

And the reverse? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646136)

You can store your booze inside your PC case. I've not seen this done yet, but I did know a guy who used the on/off switch on top of his tower IBM-AT as an ashtray (which filled the inside of the switch with ashes).

Re:And the reverse? (1)

jftitan (736933) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646418)

I've done it before... I would hide a bottle of Southern Confirt, or Jack inside my case. Thumb screws are awesome, two screws and you have access to your warm delight. Many times its safe to place a bottle in, but you either need a completely unmodded case, or lay the bottle down on its side, so that is under the video card.

But then again, I knew one guy at the computer shop, he didn't think about the window on the side of his case, being a dead giveaway. I had to stop hiding my stashes once he got caught.

Computers/customers tend to drive you to drink. From now on I hide my bottle of jack behind the dictionary! (No one ever looks behind the dictionary!)

Nice (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646137)

It looks like a nice mod. I don't personally drink so a whiskey bottle would look strange. Or funny. Maybe I should buy a bottle of whiskey just to try it out :)

Re:Nice (4, Funny)

Deitheres (98368) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646192)

For a small fee, I will drink the whiskey for you... giving you a perfectly usable emptpy bottle! You may then mod to your hearts content!

Re:Nice (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646206)

It looks like a nice mod. I don't personally drink so a whiskey bottle would look strange. Or funny.

You could use a 2-liter Mountain Dew bottle.

portable, and tastes nice too... (5, Interesting)

joe 155 (937621) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646139)

well, it is certainly more portable and better looking than your average tower. I think that there could well be a market for these things, in all different types of bottles or shaped glass cases... If you wanted to go all out you could put a plasma screan on the side... set it to show the original label as a screan saver if you want to go all out...

I wonder if it's kept its nice wiskey smell...

Re:portable, and tastes nice too... (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646398)

well, it is certainly more portable

Make sure you keep it in a paper bag, though.

Re:portable, and tastes nice too... (-1, Flamebait)

Nimey (114278) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646409)

That's screen with two es, you illiterate.

for what? (5, Funny)

Quixote (154172) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646144)

for a whiskey lover that needs a small and silent server.

Because, as we all know, a noisy server can exacerbate a throbbing hangover ...

Re:for what? (3, Funny)

ToasterofDOOM (878240) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646272)

Imagine a beowulf cluster of those!!! Hangover + droning buzz == OMFGLOLWTFBBQ pain!

Re:for what? (3, Funny)

HTL2001 (836298) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646329)

as can using words such as "exacerbate"

Re:for what? (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646394)

exacerbate your fucking ass you loser

Any more info on the motherboard? (2, Interesting)

jerkychew (80913) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646145)

The article just says that the board is an "industrial 3.5" SBC board". Does anybody know the model number, and where one could buy this board?

Re:Any more info on the motherboard? (4, Informative)

TubeSteak (669689) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646220)

SBC stands for: Single Board Computer

3.5" and 5.25" seem to be standard sizes.
Of course, 3.5" doesn't really mean 3.5"

The specs I looked at (first google result [tri-m.com] )say that the
3.5" SBCs are actually 5.75" Length x 4" Width (146mm x 101.6mm)

Re:Any more info on the motherboard? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646227)

It seems Google [google.com] had a few results ;)

Check out here [acrosser.com]
...and here [portwell.com]

...and maybe here [google.com]

Try one of these (4, Informative)

nurb432 (527695) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646245)

http://www.mini-box.com/s.nl/sc.8/category.83/it.A /id.369/.f [mini-box.com]

I bet it would fit just fine.

But a breakable glass case? While it looks cool, no thanks...

Re:Try one of these (5, Funny)

oculuses (862948) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646330)

If you're that worried about dropping your computer hard enough to break the glass, then perhaps you should lay off the wiskey. :)

Re:Try one of these (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646342)

But a breakable glass case? While it looks cool, no thanks...

Aren't you that crazy guy who uses water to cool the CPU of his shit?

The perfect PC for a slashdotting! (2, Insightful)

rob_squared (821479) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646149)

It'll stay cool, if it gets too many requests it'll just tell you to piss off.

And if it does go down, hey, its only passed out, and not burning in flame.

Re:The perfect PC for a slashdotting! (3, Funny)

tourvil (103765) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646218)

And if it does go down, hey, its only passed out, and not burning in flame.

Unless you forget to clean out all the remaining alcohol...

There's always a good use for empty bottles (4, Funny)

TubeSteak (669689) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646150)

Put a fish in it :O)

I've got an empty 1.75 liter bottle of Jack Daniels that one of my alky loving friends gave to me. I've been meaning to put a fish in there for a while now.

Re:There's always a good use for empty bottles (2, Funny)

mrjb (547783) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646207)

Makes me wonder if a fish would survive in whiskey-colored cold tea, to add to the effect :)

Re:There's always a good use for empty bottles (2, Interesting)

LootenPlunder (941724) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646283)

or maybe just water with caramel color in it. hmmmm this is off subject, but has anyone bred blacklight responsive goldfish yet?

Re:There's always a good use for empty bottles (1)

LouisZepher (643097) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646324)

I think I remember a /. article over a year ago on the subject...

Re:There's always a good use for empty bottles (4, Informative)

Average_Joe_Sixpack (534373) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646278)

I've been meaning to put a fish in there for a while now.

I'm assuming this is a joke, but juuuuussssssstttttt in case it would be a bit cruel to stuff even a Betta into anything less than 4 gallons. And a goldfish should not be put into any tank smaller than 10 gallons with an extra gallon for each additional fish. I can't stand the attitude of fish being disposable pets.

Re:There's always a good use for empty bottles (4, Informative)

TheRaven64 (641858) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646291)

A fish in a bottle would likely suffocate in a short time. Bottles taper towards the top, and so there is almost certainly not enough surface area to get enough oxygen into the water from the air.

/. is starting to look like a hardocp mirror (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646151)

well, not completely, but somewhat.

Back on topic, now you don't have to go to your liquor cabinet on those long lan party binges

Where do you get that stuff? (3, Interesting)

autopr0n (534291) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646153)

Is there any site that lists all the motherboards and components you can use to build these tiny machines? I've seen mini-itx.com, but it's very hard to navigate to specific boards, cases, psu's etc. It's mostly a news site, and it seems like if you don't keep up with it every day you'll have no idea what's up. So, where do you go to find these little things? I'd love to build a PC based alarm clock.

What's with the hole? (4, Funny)

Phat_Tony (661117) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646154)

They cheated! They cut a hole in the side of the bottle.

They should have done it ship-in-a-bottle style.

Wow! (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646156)

A chip in a bottle!

Whiskey PC makers to hire Chuck Norris! (-1, Offtopic)

sayanchak (596415) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646159)

Cuz, Chuck Norris can drink an entire gallon of whiskey in thirty-seven seconds!

Nice work! (1, Interesting)

eyepeepackets (33477) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646167)

Excellent mod work. I really like the mods which make PCs look like something other than PCs but then that's one of those personal preference things.

Again, very nice work.

Re:Nice work! (2, Interesting)

LootenPlunder (941724) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646363)

the most impressive thing to me is the side panel with all the connectors. that is really amazing. he could sell those things at specialty shops or the sharper image or harrods or something for a fortune. as a side note, this is the only modding project i've seen that i'd ever bring up at a party.

Hey? (1)

alx5000 (896642) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646169)

And what does he actually do with the Whiskey???

Re:Hey? (3, Funny)

windex (92715) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646219)

How do you think he keeps his son quiet at night?

Re:Hey? (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646296)

He beats his son with the bottle?



Oh, wait...

Re:Hey? (1)

dadragon (177695) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646339)

Well, it's pretty crappy whiskey, so he obviously didn't drink it.

A whisky server... (5, Funny)

ToteAdler (631239) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646180)

Would that make it a bar tender?

Ballentines? (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646183)

No...! Nothing less than Single Malt is good enough for my computer. Make that a cask.

Re:Ballentines? (2, Funny)

hunterx11 (778171) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646422)

The first attempt was done with a Laphroaig bottle. Although he managed to cool the computer adequately, the whisky set him on fire.

Re:Ballentines? (3, Funny)

errxn (108621) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646487)

He should have use Jack Daniel's or Jim Beam. That way, when the computer dies, he can just put it up on cinder blocks in the front yard.

And The He Goes And Runs M$-Ware On It! (0, Troll)

RailGunSally (946944) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646186)

Arrrrgh!! The first few pages, I'm all "oooh aaah" and then the little wavy bloze window icon comes and I projectile vomit. There should be a warning page. How am I ever supposed to enjoy whisky again? And don't say "drink it" you flippant bastards. I am traumatized and I deserve sympathy and you know it.

Cooling (1, Funny)

smilingman (942304) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646191)

I like the concept, but cutting holes for fans was cheap. Everyone knows that whiskey bottles belong in the fridge.

Re:Cooling (3, Interesting)

Uber Banker (655221) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646249)

I like the concept, but cutting holes for fans was cheap.

Putting sufficient airpressure in the top usually pops the bottom off a glass bottle, look at the mould marks in any spirit or beer bottle to see the join. To apply such pressure, decend the palm of your hand onto a bottle mostly filled with water, should make a clean break.

Re:Cooling (1)

88NoSoup4U88 (721233) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646465)

Everyone knows that whiskey bottles belong in the fridge.

I know it was a joke and all... But whiskey is to be kept at room temperature, not?

This explains... (1)

DirtBag99 (912547) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646197)

the high level of quality of many commercial software products...

PC in a bottle (5, Funny)

ikejam (821818) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646209)

aah, now i know why windows is acting drunk..

Re:PC in a bottle (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646474)

aah, now i know why windows is acting drunk..



Damn. Got the Johnie Walker Blue Label of the Death once again! I hope my virus protection was working last night.

An alarming use of alcohol bottles. (-1, Offtopic)

CyricZ (887944) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646210)

One of my sons is a paramedic. He was telling me a while back about a recent string incidents they've been called to deal with on a frequent basis. Apparently at some raves a trend has developed wherein the participants insert alcohol bottles into one another's rectums. Some of the people there are apparently so fucked on acid that they'll attempt to insert large bottles of Baileys or Smirnoff, often leading to severe anal destruction.

On behalf of every one that read that comment (1)

Aqws (932918) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646228)

ow!

Glass Grinding and Mobo (1)

writermike (57327) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646213)

From TFA:

professional glass grinder man

Gotta admit, I've never heard of that profession before.

Anywho, what mobo is his using? I just couldn't seem to locate it in his notes...

Another use (1, Offtopic)

ThurstonMoore (605470) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646233)

Whisky bottles also make good bongs.

Form A Band (3, Funny)

slashbob22 (918040) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646262)

Fill the bottles to different levels, form a band, and recreate Windows theme sounds.
While your at it, rebrand Windows Vista:
"Windows Redneck" with the slogan "You ain't ever seed Windows this clean(tm)"
"Windows Whiskey" with the slogan "Computing, soo you cann drinnk at the sssspeed of your buss, busi, work.(tm)"

Whiskey? Why not wine? (0)

bill^2 (164100) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646276)

Seriously, I can't believe I'm the first to think of the entertainment of running Wine in a wine bottle.

Re:Whiskey? Why not wine? (1, Troll)

MustardMan (52102) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646297)

I'd prefer to use one of those foil-bag white zinfandel boxed wines. Much easier to cut and a larger space to work with.

What to do with the whiskey? (2, Funny)

bk4u (682315) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646282)

It's not a true whiskey-computer till that sucker's whiskey-cooled!

Re:What to do with the whiskey? (1)

hunterx11 (778171) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646436)

Just make sure it's not from Islay, lest the whisky should make the computer hotter.

Re:What to do with the whiskey? (2, Insightful)

level_headed_midwest (888889) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646466)

Alcohol is a pretty volatile liquid with a low specific heat and would not be a very good coolant, unless you used it evaporatively. But then it evaporates at 78C, which is a tad too hot, and your whiskey would all go up in steam :(

Do it without cutting the bottle? (3, Interesting)

stickyc (38756) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646290)

You should be able to drop one of those SIMM sized linux modules [uclinux.org] in the mouth of a Mickey's Big Mouth. If only they had an equally small wireless module, you might fit the whole thing including enough AA batteries to run for a few days and have a working linux bottle with the cap on.

Should have used *full* bottle of cooking oil (1)

ewg (158266) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646300)

Should have used a full bottle of cooking oil, in order to build on this article:

Want a Cool and Quiet PC? Dunk it in Oil [slashdot.org]

Electromagnetic tolerance (1)

ettlz (639203) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646303)

The metal case of a desktop computer and the internal metal panels of notebooks are designed to protect the internal components from RF interference and keep electrostatic charges on the outside, where they can be safely dissipated. I see no such protection for this mod — does anyone have any idea (I mean a proper one) just how vulnerable this machine is in a glass case?

Re:Electromagnetic tolerance (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646434)

I can't speak about the RF interference, but I considering that glass/ceramic insulators are used to separate electric wires from the poles that hold them above ground, it's probably safe from ESD. If the external power supply has a 3-prong plug, zapping an exposed metal part of the innards like the serial port would probably not do any harm, either.

Not surprised to see this coming from a Finn (1)

Unski (821437) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646304)

..Finland is a nation which likes a drink (& I hold in high esteem)..just surprised that he didn't use a bottle of Finlandia...mmm, Finlandia...clean distilled taste..

Hesburger PC! That's what I'll do...if only they had Hesburger in the UK!!

Not to worry, I shall just have to go there again on a _cough_ research trip..

Cool (1)

koan (80826) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646307)

No really...cool...now fill it with a non conducting cooled liquid.

Get rid of the hard drive (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646315)

You can get rid of the hard drive and use a compact flash card instead.
I'm currently doing a project based on Damn Small Linux. www.damnsmalllinux.org
The result uses less power and therefore generates less heat to get rid of.
www.mini-box.com is a good source of boards, power supplies and ide-cf adapters.

Companion mod (2, Funny)

bill^2 (164100) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646318)

Next step: Wrapping a flask around a mouse.

whiskey cooling (1)

gandalphthegreen (751209) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646325)

Instead of watercooling your next build, why not use whisky?

Right... (5, Funny)

no_barcode (840948) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646347)

"I tried to cut and drill couple of similar bottles at home but I realized that my tools are not good enough for it, then finaly a professional glass grinder man prepared the whisky bottle for me."

Right. Your inability to cut holes in the bottle couldn't possibly have had anything to do with your method of emptying the bottle, could it?

And when the Whiskey Server* gets Slashdotted... (2, Funny)

bobdotorg (598873) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646356)

Flambe!!!

*Bananas Foster not included.

And in other news... (3, Funny)

therage96 (912259) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646358)

AP News (12:44pm - EST) - Tragic Death of Geek

Tragically a young geek lost his (albeit lonely) life last night after starting a fire in his room of his parent's house. It would seem that the young and impetuous geek decided after reading an article on the technology news website "Slashdot," that building a computer out of a used whiskey bottle would be a good idea. However, upon emptying the bottle (and his bladder several times), the poor geek forgot to wash the bottle out and promptly started a fire the moment he turned his new "Whiskey PC" on and sadly, perished in the blaze.

Memorial services will be held in your MMORPG of choice in that "one zone."

I tried that once with tequila... (1)

coastin (780654) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646366)

I tried that once with a tequila bottle, but never made it all the way to the finished product. Did mention the bottle was full of tequila when I started?

Just thinking out loud... (4, Interesting)

SleepyHappyDoc (813919) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646372)

This mod, while very cool, would make an excellent semi-portable monitoring device, say, to keep an eye on the stockroom at your restaurant or whatever. Stuff some kind of thin webcam in the bottle neck, lay it on it's side, headless (cords to the wall, somehow) and you'd have an inconspicuous camera that can store images/video locally or ftp them somewhere remote (then you could skip the laptop drive altogether and run the whole thing off the CF card, perhaps allowing a smaller bottle), and looks like an empty bottle on a shelf. Extra points if you mount it in a wine rack with a few real bottles.

Of course, you could also probably break an empty bottle, drop in one of those wireless network cameras, and glue it back together, but that wouldn't be half as cool. ;)

Ballantines? Ewww! (1)

swordgeek (112599) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646379)

OK, it's not THAT bad, but it's a long long long ways from what I'd call a "whisky lover's whisky."

Then again, at least you're not going to regret cutting into such a bottle.

no sound (1)

ShaneThePain (929627) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646390)

It doesnt look like you can plug in speakers. Cool mod but no fun without sound and 3d graphics.

It's not creative anymore (1)

moonbender (547943) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646417)

Listen, I'm not opposed to people sticking computers in every conceivable container - but that's not creative anymore. In fact, whenever a geek is faced with a generic item he (or she, hah!) doesn't have any immediate use for, the first thought is now always "Hey, I could stick a computer in there".

But is it... (1)

mindtriggerz (914619) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646419)

Free as in beer?

Attn: Anyone wanting to make this (1)

colinbrash (938368) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646426)

Feel free to send your single malts my way. I am happy to empty the bottle for you...

my first thought for the tittle was... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646427)

bong? ahh, memories of college.

Let's get this over with... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646432)

Imagine a beowulf cluster of these!

I, for one, welcome our new sleek, technologically superior, quiet whiskey bottles.

But.. does this run Linux?

Won't somebody think of the children? I mean really! Increased sales of whiskey bottles will certainly harm them!

1. Buy a lot of whiskey bottles.
2. Mod them to host computers
3. ????
4. Profit!

Open Container (1)

It's Pat (677564) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646457)

Careful transporting this one if you bring it to a friends house; be sure to put it in the trunk. You wouldn't want a cop to give you an open container ticket :*)

PSU (3, Informative)

TubeSteak (669689) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646478)

On Page 3 he tells you he used a 60W mini-tix PSU.

Since you can see (Pg. 4) that he's using a powerbrick, he coulda gone with the PicoPSU [xyzcomputing.com]

Wouldn't have been as cramped in that bottle.

What about when you get pulled over? (3, Funny)

Otto (17870) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646479)

"No officer, I'm not drinking, I'm analysing radio signals to help in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence."

The bottle is ok, but that bastard ruined a Mac! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#14646496)

On the last page there's a picture of a Power Mac G4 "Quicksilver" case (one of the best-looking cases Apple ever used, IMHO) that he desecrated by putting an AMD64 inside. He lit it garishly, too-- makes me wonder where the "Type R" stickers and whale-tail fin are. Ugh.

honeshtly.. (1)

AkA lexC (939709) | more than 8 years ago | (#14646500)

..I'm not an alky.. my shervers been shlashdotted, i wash jusht adding more bandwid..
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