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    (Original post by Paracosm)
    2007
    Wow, you were quick! :yep:
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    2004 was when it was actually released but then they realised that if they did it in 2007 it would get more profit so they invented the time machine and changed their minds
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    Is that meant to be easy? Iphones are rubbish, why would anyone want to know anything about them? Must be about 10 years... 2007?
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    (Original post by Lemur14)
    Is that meant to be easy? Iphones are rubbish, why would anyone want to know anything about them? Must be about 10 years... 2007?
    :five: iphone = pie phone :yucky: :puke:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    2004? This is not easy
    Were smartphones even around in 2004? :confused: I think people had flip phones or something then

    The latest iPhones don't even have a headphone port so 100% useless for me
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    (Original post by RoyalSheepy)
    Ok dokie, so let's get started on the first question (nice and easy for all the Techies) :


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    Nice and easy!? :eek:

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    why is 2004 in my head when 99% of people are saying 2007 was there a glitch in the matrix?

    whatever I say 2004 bois
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    I don't know the answer and it's only the first question :lol:
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    (Original post by FriendlyPenguin)
    Linux is terrible. I tried it once, but it was clearly bugged, it only registered 2-3% CPU usage, which is clearly nonsense, because my PC could barely run Windows. Upon further inspection, I saw that I had clearly been given the lite version of Linux - it was only a few gigabytes, about the tenth the size of a proper OS like Windows. It boots up in mere seconds, which just shows how empty it actually is. It doesn't even seem to have candy crush or popups telling me to get microsoft office. There was also this weird black window with white text. WTF? I messed around with it, and somehow this hacker called Sudo hacked into my system and got this virus or something on my computer, which made my screen have a moving wallpaper, which is NOT how wallpapers are meant to work. I couldn't even work out how to install the internet. There was just this thing called 'flaming fox' or something which seems like a rip-off of the internet, because when I browse the internet, I usually expect to end up with some sexy applications on my desktop which inform me about hot singles in my area. Well, apparently linux removes that feature! I tried to work out how to send my PC usage report to linux HQ like a good citizen, since apparently it doesn't even do that automatically, but apparently there is no HQ, only this dodgy hacker site called 'git' which I did NOT feel comfortable sharing with. I tried to install a program from legit-computer-downloads.ru, but apparently linux couldn't run trojan.exe. So I had to go to the weird black screen thing again, and TYPE WORDS to get a similar program installed. Again, it was a LITE (free) version. I didn't even get the option to pay for the full version! In the end, I got so frustrated that I decided to boot back into windows. Lo and behold! - apparently, linux doesn't even update! It just shuts straight off. Back in Windows, I couldn't even read the disk I had put linux on! Apparently, linux created some gibberish language called ext-4 which normal operating systems can't read. That, Sir, is called a virus.
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    Answer: 2007

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    2007?
    (Original post by Paracosm)
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    Wow, posted literally on the same second! :lol:

    I'm tempted to give some leniency and give you both the point for that :rofl:



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    (Original post by Protostar)
    2007?
    (Original post by Paracosm)
    2007
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    2004? This is not easy
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    2010?
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    Nice and simple, 2007
    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    Linux :awesome:
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    2007

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    I don't know the answer and it's only the first question :lol:
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    2007
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    why is 2004 in my head when 99% of people are saying 2007 was there a glitch in the matrix?

    whatever I say 2004 bois
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    Nice and easy!? :eek:

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    2007
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    Is that meant to be easy? Iphones are rubbish, why would anyone want to know anything about them? Must be about 10 years... 2007?
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    2007
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    2005?
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    Answer: 2007

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    Wow, posted literally on the same second! :lol:

    I'm tempted to give some leniency and give you both the point for that :rofl:



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    Happy to share my answer with Protostar
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    where did 2004 come from ;-;
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    Answer: 2007

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    Wow, posted literally on the same second! :lol:

    I'm tempted to give some leniency and give you both the point for that :rofl:




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    Pls be generous :cry2: it's my only hope :cry2:

    (Original post by Paracosm)
    Happy to share my answer with Protostar
    How sweet :hugs: likewise
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    (Original post by FriendlyPenguin)
    Linux is terrible. I tried it once, but it was clearly bugged, it only registered 2-3% CPU usage, which is clearly nonsense, because my PC could barely run Windows. Upon further inspection, I saw that I had clearly been given the lite version of Linux - it was only a few gigabytes, about the tenth the size of a proper OS like Windows. It boots up in mere seconds, which just shows how empty it actually is. It doesn't even seem to have candy crush or popups telling me to get microsoft office. There was also this weird black window with white text. WTF? I messed around with it, and somehow this hacker called Sudo hacked into my system and got this virus or something on my computer, which made my screen have a moving wallpaper, which is NOT how wallpapers are meant to work. I couldn't even work out how to install the internet. There was just this thing called 'flaming fox' or something which seems like a rip-off of the internet, because when I browse the internet, I usually expect to end up with some sexy applications on my desktop which inform me about hot singles in my area. Well, apparently linux removes that feature! I tried to work out how to send my PC usage report to linux HQ like a good citizen, since apparently it doesn't even do that automatically, but apparently there is no HQ, only this dodgy hacker site called 'git' which I did NOT feel comfortable sharing with. I tried to install a program from legit-computer-downloads.ru, but apparently linux couldn't run trojan.exe. So I had to go to the weird black screen thing again, and TYPE WORDS to get a similar program installed. Again, it was a LITE (free) version. I didn't even get the option to pay for the full version! In the end, I got so frustrated that I decided to boot back into windows. Lo and behold! - apparently, linux doesn't even update! It just shuts straight off. Back in Windows, I couldn't even read the disk I had put linux on! Apparently, linux created some gibberish language called ext-4 which normal operating systems can't read. That, Sir, is called a virus.
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    Have fun at orchestra!
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    (Original post by Paracosm)
    Have fun at orchestra!
    Cheers
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    Cheers
    I feel rough
    have a good night for me
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