Monday, February 28, 2011

The 48 Laws of Power

Law 1
Never Outshine the Master
Always make those above you feel comfortably superior.  In your desire to please or impress them, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite – inspire fear and insecurity.  Make your masters appear more brilliant than they are and you will attain the heights of power.

Law 2
Never put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn how to use Enemies
Be wary of friends-they will betray you more quickly, for they are easily aroused to envy.  They also become spoiled and tyrannical. But hire a former enemy and he will be more loyal than a friend, because he has more to prove.  In fact, you have more to fear from friends than from enemies.  If you have no enemies, find a way to make them.
 Law 3
Conceal your Intentions
Keep people off-balance and in the dark by never revealing the purpose behind your actions.  If they have no clue what you are up to, they cannot prepare a defense.  Guide them far enough down the wrong path, envelope them in enough smoke, and by the time they realize your intentions, it will be too late.

 Law 4  
Always Say Less than Necessary
When you are trying to impress people with words, the more you say, the more common you appear, and the less in control.  Even if you are saying something banal, it will seem original if you make it vague, open-ended, and sphinxlike.  Powerful people impress and intimidate by saying less.  The more you say, the more likely you are to say something foolish.
 Law 5
So Much Depends on Reputation – Guard it with your Life
Reputation is the cornerstone of power.  Through reputation alone you can intimidate and win; once you slip, however, you are vulnerable, and will be attacked on all sides.  Make your reputation unassailable.  Always be alert to potential attacks and thwart them before they happen.  Meanwhile, learn to destroy your enemies by opening holes in their own reputations.  Then stand aside and let public opinion hang them.

 Law 6
Court Attention at all Cost
Everything is judged by its appearance; what is unseen counts for nothing.  Never let yourself get lost in the crowd, then, or buried in oblivion.  Stand out.  Be conspicuous, at all cost.  Make yourself a magnet of attention by appearing larger, more colorful, more mysterious, than the bland and timid masses.

  Law 7
Get others to do the Work for you, but Always Take the Credit
Use the wisdom, knowledge, and legwork of other people to further your own cause.  Not only will such assistance save you valuable time and energy, it will give you a godlike aura of efficiency and speed.  In the end your helpers will be forgotten and you will be remembered.  Never do yourself what others can do for you.
 Law 8
Make other People come to you – use Bait if Necessary
When you force the other person to act, you are the one in control.  It is always better to make your opponent come to you, abandoning his own plans in the process.  Lure him with fabulous gains – then attack.  You hold the cards.
 Law 9
Win through your Actions, Never through Argument
Any momentary triumph you think gained through argument is really a Pyrrhic victory:  The resentment and ill will you stir up is stronger and lasts longer than any momentary change of opinion.  It is much more powerful to get others to agree with you through your actions, without saying a word.  Demonstrate, do not explicate.

 Law 10
Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky
You can die from someone else’s misery – emotional states are as infectious as disease.  You may feel you are helping the drowning man but you are only precipitating your own disaster.  The unfortunate sometimes draw misfortune on themselves; they will also draw it on you.  Associate with the happy and fortunate instead.

Law 11
Learn to Keep People Dependent on You
To maintain your independence you must always be needed and wanted.  The more you are relied on, the more freedom you have.  Make people depend on you for their happiness and prosperity and you have nothing to fear.  Never teach them enough so that they can do without you.

 Law 12
Use Selective Honesty and Generosity to Disarm your Victim
One sincere and honest move will cover over dozens of dishonest ones.  Open-hearted gestures of honesty and generosity bring down the guard of even the most suspicious people.  Once your selective honesty opens a hole in their armor, you can deceive and manipulate them at will.  A timely gift – a Trojan horse – will serve the same purpose.
 Law 13
When Asking for Help, Appeal to People’s Self-Interest,
Never to their Mercy or Gratitude
If you need to turn to an ally for help, do not bother to remind him of your past assistance and good deeds.  He will find a way to ignore you.  Instead, uncover something in your request, or in your alliance with him, that will benefit him, and emphasize it out of all proportion.  He will respond enthusiastically when he sees something to be gained for himself.
 Law 14
Pose as a Friend, Work as a Spy
Knowing about your rival is critical.  Use spies to gather valuable information that will keep you a step ahead.  Better still: Play the spy yourself.  In polite social encounters, learn to probe.  Ask indirect questions to get people to reveal their weaknesses and intentions.  There is no occasion that is not an opportunity for artful spying.
 Law 15
Crush your Enemy Totally
All great leaders since Moses have known that a feared enemy must be crushed completely.  (Sometimes they have learned this the hard way.)  If one ember is left alight, no matter how dimly it smolders, a fire will eventually break out.  More is lost through stopping halfway than through total annihilation:  The enemy will recover, and will seek revenge.  Crush him, not only in body but in spirit.

 Law 16
Use Absence to Increase Respect and Honor
Too much circulation makes the price go down:  The more you are seen and heard from, the more common you appear.  If you are already established in a group, temporary withdrawal from it will make you more talked about, even more admired.  You must learn when to leave.  Create value through scarcity.

 Law 17
Keep Others in Suspended Terror: Cultivate an Air of Unpredictability
Humans are creatures of habit with an insatiable need to see familiarity in other people’s actions.  Your predictability gives them a sense of control.  Turn the tables: Be deliberately unpredictable.  Behavior that seems to have no consistency or purpose will keep them off-balance, and they will wear themselves out trying to explain your moves.  Taken to an extreme, this strategy can intimidate and terrorize.

 Law 18
Do Not Build Fortresses to Protect Yourself – Isolation is Dangerous
The world is dangerous and enemies are everywhere – everyone has to protect themselves.  A fortress seems the safest. But isolation exposes you to more dangers than it protects you from – it cuts you off from valuable information, it makes you conspicuous and an easy target.  Better to circulate among people find allies, mingle.  You are shielded from your enemies by the crowd.

 Law 19
Know Who You’re Dealing with – Do Not Offend the Wrong Person
There are many different kinds of people in the world, and you can never assume that everyone will react to your strategies in the same way.  Deceive or outmaneuver some people and they will spend the rest of their lives seeking revenge.  They are wolves in lambs’ clothing.  Choose your victims and opponents carefully, then – never offend or deceive the wrong person.

 Law 20
Do Not Commit to Anyone
It is the fool who always rushes to take sides.  Do not commit to any side or cause but yourself.  By maintaining your independence, you become the master of others – playing people against one another, making them pursue you.
 Law 21
Play a Sucker to Catch a Sucker – Seem Dumber than your Mark
No one likes feeling stupider than the next persons.  The trick, is to make your victims feel smart – and not just smart, but smarter than you are.  Once convinced of this, they will never suspect that you may have ulterior motives.
 Law 22
Use the Surrender Tactic: Transform Weakness into Power
When you are weaker, never fight for honor’s sake; choose surrender instead.  Surrender gives you time to recover, time to torment and irritate your conqueror, time to wait for his power to wane.  Do not give him the satisfaction of fighting and defeating you – surrender first.  By turning the other check you infuriate and unsettle him.  Make surrender a tool of power.
 Law 23
Concentrate Your Forces
Conserve your forces and energies by keeping them concentrated at their strongest point.  You gain more by finding a rich mine and mining it deeper, than by flitting from one shallow mine to another – intensity defeats extensity every time.  When looking for sources of power to elevate you, find the one key patron, the fat cow who will give you milk for a long time to come.
 Law 24
Play the Perfect Courtier
The perfect courtier thrives in a world where everything revolves around power and political dexterity.  He has mastered the art of indirection; he flatters, yields to superiors, and asserts power over others in the most oblique and graceful manner.  Learn and apply the laws of courtiership and there will be no limit to how far you can rise in the court.
 Law 25
Re-Create Yourself
Do not accept the roles that society foists on you.  Re-create yourself by forging a new identity, one that commands attention and never bores the audience.  Be the master of your own image rather than letting others define if for you.  Incorporate dramatic devices into your public gestures and actions – your power will be enhanced and your character will seem larger than life.

 Law 26
Keep Your Hands Clean
You must seem a paragon of civility and efficiency: Your hands are never soiled by mistakes and nasty deeds.  Maintain such a spotless appearance by using others as scapegoats and cat’s-paws to disguise your involvement.
Law 27
Play on People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cultlike Following
People have an overwhelming desire to believe in something.  Become the focal point of such desire by offering them a cause, a new faith to follow.  Keep your words vague but full of promise; emphasize enthusiasm over rationality and clear thinking.  Give your new disciples rituals to perform, ask them to make sacrifices on your behalf.  In the absence of organized religion and grand causes, your new belief system will bring you untold power.
 Law 28
Enter Action with Boldness
If you are unsure of a course of action, do not attempt it.  Your doubts and hesitations will infect your execution.  Timidity is dangerous:  Better to enter with boldness.  Any mistakes you commit through audacity are easily corrected with more audacity.  Everyone admires the bold; no one honors the timid.

 Law 29
Plan All the Way to the End
The ending is everything.  Plan all the way to it, taking into account all the possible consequences, obstacles, and twists of fortune that might reverse your hard work and give the glory to others.  By planning to the end you will not be overwhelmed by circumstances and you will know when to stop.  Gently guide fortune and help determine the future by thinking far ahead.

 Law 30
Make your Accomplishments Seem Effortless
Your actions must seem natural and executed with ease.  All the toil and practice that go into them, and also all the clever tricks, must be concealed.  When you act, act effortlessly, as if you could do much more.  Avoid the temptation of revealing how hard you work – it only raises questions.  Teach no one your tricks or they will be used against you.

 Law 31
Control the Options: Get Others to Play with the Cards you Deal
The best deceptions are the ones that seem to give the other person a choice:  Your victims feel they are in control, but are actually your puppets.  Give people options that come out in your favor whichever one they choose.  Force them to make choices between the lesser of two evils, both of which serve your purpose.  Put them on the horns of a dilemma:  They are gored wherever they turn.

 Law 32
Play to People’s Fantasies
The truth is often avoided because it is ugly and unpleasant.  Never appeal to truth and reality unless you are prepared for the anger that comes for disenchantment.  Life is so harsh and distressing that people who can manufacture romance or conjure up fantasy are like oases in the desert:  Everyone flocks to them. There is great power in tapping into the fantasies of the masses.

 Law 33
Discover Each Man’s Thumbscrew
Everyone has a weakness, a gap in the castle wall.  That weakness is usual y an insecurity, an uncontrollable emotion or need; it can also be a small secret pleasure.  Either way, once found, it is a thumbscrew you can turn to your advantage.

  Law 34
Be Royal in your Own Fashion:  Act like a King to be treated like one
The way you carry yourself will often determine how you are treated; In the long run, appearing vulgar or common will make people disrespect you.  For a king respects himself and inspires the same sentiment in others.  By acting regally and confident of your powers, you make yourself seem destined to wear a crown.

 Law 35
Master the Art of Timing
Never seem to be in a hurry – hurrying betrays a lack of control over yourself, and over time.  Always seem patient, as if you know that everything will come to you eventually.  Become a detective of the right moment; sniff out the spirit of the times, the trends that will carry you to power.  Learn to stand back when the time is not yet ripe, and to strike fiercely when it has reached fruition.

 Law 36
Disdain Things you cannot have:  Ignoring them is the best Revenge
By acknowledging a petty problem you give it existence and credibility.  The more attention you pay an enemy, the stronger you make him; and a small mistake is often made worse and more visible when you try to fix it.  It is sometimes best to leave things alone.  If there is something you want but cannot have, show contempt for it.  The less interest you reveal, the more superior you seem. 

Law 37
Create Compelling Spectacles
Striking imagery and grand symbolic gestures create the aura of power – everyone responds to them.  Stage spectacles for those around you, then full of arresting visuals and radiant symbols that heighten your presence.  Dazzled by appearances, no one will notice what you are really doing.

Law 38
Think as you like but Behave like others
If you make a show of going against the times, flaunting your unconventional ideas and unorthodox ways, people will think that you only want attention and that you look down upon them.  They will find a way to punish you for making them feel inferior.  It is far safer to blend in and nurture the common touch. Share your originality only with tolerant friends and those who are sure to appreciate your uniqueness.

Law 39
Stir up Waters to Catch Fish
Anger and emotion are strategically counterproductive.  You must always stay calm and objective.  But if you can make your enemies angry while staying calm yourself, you gain a decided advantage.  Put your enemies off-balance: Find the chink in their vanity through which you can rattle them and you hold the strings.

Law 40
Despise the Free Lunch
What is offered for free is dangerous – it usually involves either a trick or a hidden obligation.  What has worth is worth paying for.  By paying your own way you stay clear of gratitude, guilt, and deceit.  It is also often wise to pay the full price – there is no cutting corners with excellence.  Be lavish with your money and keep it circulating, for generosity is a sign and a magnet for power.

Law 41
Avoid Stepping into a Great Man’s Shoes
What happens first always appears better and more original than what comes after.  If you succeed a great man or have a famous parent, you will have to accomplish double their achievements to outshine them.  Do not get lost in their shadow, or stuck in a past not of your own making:  Establish your own name and identity by changing course.  Slay the overbearing father, disparage his legacy, and gain power by shining in your own
Law 42
Strike the Shepherd and the Sheep will Scatter
Trouble can often be traced to a single strong individual – the stirrer, the arrogant underling, the poisoned of goodwill.  If you allow such people room to operate, others will succumb to their influence.  Do not wait for the troubles they cause to multiply, do not try to negotiate with them – they are irredeemable.  Neutralize their influence by isolating or banishing them.  Strike at the source of the trouble and the sheep will scatter.

Law 43
Work on the Hearts and Minds of Others
Coercion creates a reaction that will eventually work against you.  You must seduce others into wanting to move in your direction.  A person you have seduced becomes your loyal pawn.  And the way to seduce others is to operate on their individual psychologies and weaknesses.  Soften up the resistant by working on their emotions, playing on what they hold dear and what they fear.  Ignore the hearts and minds of others and they will grow to hate you.
Law 44
Disarm and Infuriate with the Mirror Effect
The mirror reflects reality, but it is also the perfect tool for deception: When you mirror your enemies, doing exactly as they do, they cannot figure out your strategy.  The Mirror Effect mocks and humiliates them, making them overreact.  By holding up a mirror to their psyches, you seduce them with the illusion that you share their values; by holding up a mirror to their actions, you teach them a lesson.  Few can resist the power of Mirror Effect.
Law 45
Preach the Need for Change, but Never Reform too much at Once
Everyone understands the need for change in the abstract, but on the day-to-day level people are creatures of habit.  Too much innovation is traumatic, and will lead to revolt.  If you are new to a position of power, or an outsider trying to build a power base, make a show of respecting the old way of doing things.  If change is necessary, make it feel like a gentle improvement on the past.

Law 46
Never appear too Perfect
Appearing better than others is always dangerous, but most dangerous of all is to appear to have no faults or weaknesses.  Envy creates silent enemies.  It is smart to occasionally display defects, and admit to harmless vices, in order to deflect envy and appear more human and approachable.  Only gods and the dead can seem perfect with impunity.
Law 47
Do not go Past the Mark you Aimed for; In Victory, Learn when to Stop
The moment of victory is often the moment of greatest peril.  In the heat of victory, arrogance and overconfidence can push you past the goal you had aimed for, and by going too far, you make more enemies than you defeat.  Do not allow success to go to your head.  There is no substitute for strategy and careful planning.  Set a goal, and when you reach it, stop.

Law 48
Assume Formlessness
By taking a shape, by having a visible plan, you open yourself to attack.  Instead of taking a form for your enemy to grasp, keep yourself adaptable and on the move.  Accept the fact that nothing is certain and no law is fixed.  The best way to protect yourself is to be as fluid and formless as water; never bet on stability or lasting order.  Everything changes.


 ++ The nicer you are to your parents, the nicer they will be to you (for the most part).

++ Make friends as soon as possible with a new neighbor. You have no idea how much this will ease
certain encounters in the future. It's easier to have a big party or just generally be loud in your room if
you know that the upstairs (or wherever) neighbor is cool with you.

++ Make friends at the university. This is especially important for you career-minded individuals.
Getting on a professor's good side is one of the most important things you can do at university. If you
see someone sitting in the lunch room by themselves and they aren't studying or doing homework, go
sit at their table and talk to them. Get their name and what they're studying and BAM, you've got an
aquaintance. Then, when you see them around campus/town again, say 'hi'.

++ Even though you may be nervous about talking to random people, the worst you can get is "Go

++ Making friends with janitors at school is a great hint. Feel like having a day off school? Do it. He'll
write you a note, because even though he's kinda weird, he's pretty cool.

++ If you're in a large group that's singing, and you know the tune of the song but not the words, you
can just mouth "Watermelon" over and over. No one watching will be able to tell, except the deaf.

++ Guys, when everything is going perfectly with your relationship, send your girlfriend flowers or a
Vermont Teddybear. If you can do it well, cook her a surprise meal.

++ If you're standing in a line at the grocery store or wherever, turn to the person behind you and
make small talk.

++ Do not buy your girlfriend or wife flowers in an attempt to make nice after you pissed her off. Every
time she looks at the flowers, she will just be reminded that you pissed her off, unless she has the
memory span of a goldfish.

++ If you occasionally feel like feeding the hungry looking guy with the sign at the intersection, don't
give him money. Your desire to help him get some hot food may end up being exploited to get things
you don't intend. Carry meal coupons to local restraunts. Its real hard to exchange a $5.00 Quiznos
coupon for alchohol or drugs, but it will get them a toasted sub.

++ Learn to apologize. Swallow your pride and do it. It will make your life so much better in the end.

++ Repair your messed up relationships if at all possible.

++ If you're at a party and you don't know anyone, make it a point to meet the host and introduce
yourself. The host can introduce you to other guys/girls and it scores you points so you get invited
++ Don't loan money to friends.

++ Spend some effort staying in touch with friends.

++ If you're in a foreign country, never assume that a particular type of humor is universal. Your clever
sarcastic comment might not go over well at all if the listener isn't familiar with the concept of sarcasm.

++ Remember when you were little and were intimidated by adults and big kids? Play with little kids
and don't think they're dumb, they're smarter than you think. Kids will listen and behave better around
you if you do that.

++ Have a firm handshake.

++ Relearn childhood skills or hobbies that you decided were stupid. They'll often inexplicably impress
people later on.

++ Pay attention to how your coworkers treat waitstaff. It's is generally a good indicator of how they'll
treat people they feel they have some power or control over.

++ Take your hat off during dinner of say, a significant other, or a friend's family that you aren't too
comfortable with yet. It just looks bad to be an impolite punk who doesn't show any manners.

++ If you get in trouble with an authority figure, be as nice as possible, sometimes they let you off if
you display that you have regretted your mistake or are willing to accept consequences.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Computers and what have you!

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++ When your ultra-expensive headphones start separating at the weakest part, where the wires
connect left to right, if you melt candle wax over the rupture point, allow to harden, then chip away
carefully any unnecessary crap. You will have a lovely fossilized piece of loose wiring which is unable
to loosen any further, and you can pretend you have a prehistoric mosquito trapped in amber hanging
from your neck.

++ Don't listen to anything too loudly and your ears will be more perceptive. Turn the TV down to the
lowest level you can, and do the same with music. This not only saves your hearing but it makes loud
experiences that much more eargasmic, especially in regards to music.

++ Back up any important data on disk. Your C drive is not indestructable.

++ Keep an extra power supply around, you never know when yours will blow.

++ If you're on a budget, use the 'draft' option when printing long documents, it uses about 1/3 the
toner you'd normally use and doesn't look too bad.

++ Don't skimp on parts. You get what you pay for.

++ Restart once a week, whether you think you need it or not.

++ Take some time to get to know your computer. Seriously, it's amazing how many people are
impressed by the most basic computer knowledge. If you know enough and it is known that you are a
"computer geek," people will offer you money to build computers for them or solve
their computer problems; a very easy way to make a quick buck.

++ Blow the dust out of your computer. This has magically fixed many overheating problems, and
prolongs the life of almost all your computer compnents. This goes double if you're a smoker, as the tar in cigarette smoke will coat PCBs and the components on them and cause lots of overheating and damage over time.

++ Back up all of your important files onto something external (CDR/RW, DVDR/RW, or external hard
drive; not a floppy) fairly often. These things are dirt cheap, and hard drives fail a lot. This leads to a
more general statement: Never keep important data in only one place. This applies logically: keep
multiple copies on multiple media -- and spatially: keep some copies in a place other than your room.
Scale this up depending on how important the data is -- for example, you may want to keep invaluable,
mission-critical data on magneto-optical media and put one in a safe deposit box, one in your parents'
house, and one with your uncle in New York. But MP3s are probably safe on recordable CDs or DVDs
in a rack next to your computer.

++ Wet a cotton swab with rubbing alcohol and clean your game cartridge with it. Works much better
than the "blow hard while moving game
up and down" method.

++ Go into a Wal-Mart. Find the lightbulbs. See that Great Value bulb? See that GE bulb? Both of
those bulbs were made by GE. Probably in the same plant. Lots of store brand stuff is like this. Overthe-
counter pharmacy stuff especially.

++ Make sure your speakers are magnetically shielded or keep them way far away from your
computer and monitor.

++ Don't open up a tv and play with it. The capacitor has a deadly charge for a while, even after it is

++ When shopping for new computer hardware, if the sales guy says "buy basically any brand but the
one in your hand," take his advice.

++ When shopping for new computer hardware, if the sales guy says "buy this brand, it's the best,"
keep looking around.

++ Flatten and reinstall Windows once or twice a year. If you have a separate partition or drive, you
won't have to worry about losing that 40GB of completely legal MP3 files, and your system will be
squeaky-clean and error free.

++ Write your Windows CD Key on an address label and stick it to the inside of your case. You know, just in case (HAR HAR). Computer buying advice

++ If you have to skimp on something to save some money, skimp on the CPU. Stepping back a few
speeds from the top will save you a fortune (often 50-80% of the CPU price), and you probably will never notice the difference. The CPU is probably the least important component these days for general usage. (Within reason - obviously you won't want to run Windows XP on a Pentium 100.) Need high performance? Get as much RAM as you can afford, up to 512MB or 1GB.

++ Never skimp on the monitor. The monitor is the single most important component. You stare at it
constantly when you're using your computer, so get one that will fit the amount of space you have,
provide you with enough space to work with all of your programs comfortably,
and run your intended resolution at or above 85 Hz refresh rate. Lower than that and you're causing

++ Get a good-quality, comfortable keyboard and mouse. Again, you'll be touching these things a lot,
so you might as well spend the extra money (from the CPU reduction ) to get nice ones that fit your
hands and your computing style.

++ Laser printers cost more up front, but they'll save you a bundle over their lifespans. Toner is many,
many, many times cheaper than ink.

++ High-end computer speakers are a waste of money. If space isn't extremely restricted, the best
computer speakers are regular stereo speakers hooked up to a regular stereo or receiver. You can
connect your computer to the unit's RCA inputs with a $3 cable from Radio Shack. Even if you don't
have a stereo to use for this, buying one is a lot cheaper than buying high-end computer speakers,
which can run $200-300.

++ When you're thinking about buying a component upgrade, like a new CPU, give it the following
test:If someone came into my place when I wasn't here and swapped the new one out with the one I have
now, but everything looked the same,how long would it take me to notice? If it's longer than a couple of days, it's probably not worth it.

++ Similarly, ask yourself the following question, especially when deciding between a high-end part
and a regular part:

++ This will give me a X% increase in whatever, Y% of the time. Is X% for Y% of the time worth the $P
cost? Actually, apply that to everything you buy, not just computers.

++ Never buy high-end cables, and never buy cables at retail. Cables have higher profit margins than
almost everything except extended warranties. Despite what the marketing and sales people will tell
you, there is no difference. It's been scientifically proven manytimes. It's all placebo. Hooking up some
speakers? Get lamp cord at a hardware store by the foot from the big reels. Need a computer cable?
Order it from a wholesaler online such as Newegg. That USB cable that your printer requires will cost
you $25 at Staples and $1.50 at Newegg.

++Next time you lose your phone charger, don't buy another one. Go to a hotel and say you think you
lost it there. It's the #1 most left behind item at hotels, so most places have a big bin filled with every
phone charger imaginable.

++Holding down F8 while booting into Windows XP for safe mode will often times reveal an
administrator account at the login window that by default is not password protected.

++Learning how to silently copy someones files with a flash drive. As seen in Iron Man. Click Here.

++ Everyone always says that Mac's are the best. They are pretty cool yea, but way over priced and sub par hardware wise. There only advantage is being virus and hack proof.... or so they say. Check this out to learn how to mess up a mac and prevent it from happening to yours.

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++ The origin PC is Orgasmic but ridiculously over priced,..still it is pretty cool.

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