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Old 12-22-2004, 13:19   #1
IA Glocker
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Bubble heads, identify this...

Someone at work sent this to me, claiming that it was a 1954 mock-up of a computer taken from Popular Mechanics. I laughed, and told him that this was NOT a home computer mock-up, and that I knew exactly what it was.

I thought I would share this with some people who could identify it as well.

O.K., who's first?


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Tbhracing-Your mother didn't drop you on your head as a child.
She spiked you like she just made a game winning catch in the super bowl. FACT!

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