Redundant title is redundant. Just sayin'.
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Asus M4A89TD Pro/USB3
|Processor:||AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2ghz|
8.00gb Corsair XMS3 DDR3
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60gb OCZ Agility SSD + Twin 640gb Caviar Blue HDD + 1TB external Western Digital for backups
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XFX Radeon HD4890 1GB
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Creative X-Fi Xtreme Gamer
Logitech Z-2300 THX-Certified 200-Watt 2.1 Speaker System
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
I tried the DD...I'll never order it again. A sloppy, slimy, shitty pile of a sandwich. The chicken breasts taste awesome, but I wished it had just been the chicken. The cheese and glop all over the place ruined the chicken for me.
Picked one of these up last time I was at a Burger King. Didn't even know about the promotion, just saw it when I came in.
I don't know if it was just the right day for it or what, but while mine also looked like shit I thought it was tasty as hell. The red peppers were just the perfect accent, and the spicy mayo tickled me in all the right places. In the pantheon of fast-food burgers, I would say it's a 4/5 at least. Top-notch quality for fast food. As far as burgers overall...then I would agree with the 3/5. It's good, but still not better than a solid restaurant burger.
Now, what's this about people ordering triple whoppers being idiots?? :p
Hamburgers are a subset of the food group "Sandwiches". However, hamburgers, by virtue of their sheer omnipotence as a food item, buck the status quo and have nearly become a food group all to themselves. Therefore we celebrate the divine mystery of the hamburger: it is at once a sandwich and more than a sandwich.
Games are definitely not my girlfriend's cup of tea, but she does like old-school mario games. Our first ever joint purchase was New Super Mario Bros. Wii. She brought up the idea of buying it together like it was some kind of dirty thing, and I told her that the mere fact that she was even moderately interested in playing a game with me made it an instant purchase :)
" @nasher27 said:I do a lot of deals on craigslist. It was really nerve wracking at first, but over time I've learned that most people out there are pretty trustworthy. I've definitely gotten screwed over a couple times, but thankfully this is not one of them. I actually didn't realize it until I got to the guy's house, but I sold him my Phenom 9600 about 6 months ago :)" I definitely would have been sketched out by someone selling such a nice card for so cheap, but if you say it runs fine, nice find. "Yeah, lucky for this guy that it actually works. I would've never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever even looked on Craigslist for a video card. This story makes me cringe lol. "
Apparently he was selling this for so cheap because some other guy traded him this 4890 and a GTX260 for one 5770 because he wanted DX11. I can't imagine ever ever making that trade, what a horrible deal! I guess it worked out for me though :)