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Old 12th June 2013
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Is it me or does this look like a Dalek bent on universal conquest and domination?

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The concept is nice, but people often bought Mac Pro to put 4+ 3.5 drive in it.

Now its impossible. It would be wise for Apple, to keep the 'classic' Mac Pro as Mac Pro and call this new thing 'Mac Pro Mini' or something like that.

I would also prefer one powerful graphics processor instead of two weak ones.
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I noticed that in the episode `The Library' (where the Doctor first meets River Song, and where River Song sees the Doctor for the last time, hehe), the Doctor uses a Mac keyboard to control the library.

In any case, Daleks are okay. They serve tea and stuff. Never seen cybermen do that.
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