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It continues to amaze me how quickly propaganda catches on, even if it has little to no supporting evidence. Just bombard people with the same idea over and over and over and over in everything they see and hear and sense, and they will eventually believe it, unless they think for themselves.
Posted 12-16-2008 at 02:13 PM byH_TeXMeX_H Updated 12-16-2008 at 02:28 PM byH_TeXMeX_H(moved to hardware section)
First, let me start out by saying that I should have never bought an Xbox (regular not 360). I think M$ designs these so that they last only as much as the factory warranty, then they break. This is what happened with my first Xbox, which I got for my birthday long ago. When it broke and I realized it was out of warranty, it pissed me off, so I took it apart. What I saw was that one of the capacitors had exploded. So, for my next birthday, guess what I got, another Xbox.