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When the first XMC-1 hits the street this thread should be locked. this thread is kind of entertaining in a slow motion car wreck kind of way.

 

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What we are witnessing here is PDSD, aka Processor Delay Stress Disorder. It is an affliction which many researchers believe to have its origins in a small section of Tennessee. At ground zero, it is manifested by people doing highly bizarre and irrational things such as a loss of linguistic ability resulting in uttering sounds like, Grrrrr... Other prominent symptoms include, but are not limited to, an inability to accurately read a caender, DAMH syndrome (Dog Ate My Homework) resulting in never ending utterances of excuses, real and fabricated.

It is believed that once the processor is released that happiness will result and all angst will vanish. This is much like finally embarking on that long planned vacation. Researchers are quick to point out that joy and satisfaction was short lived for those on the Titanic.
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What we are witnessing here is PDSD, aka Processor Delay Stress Disorder. It is an affliction which many researchers believe to have its origins in a small section of Tennessee. At ground zero, it is manifested by people doing highly bizarre and irrational things such as a loss of linguistic ability resulting in uttering sounds like, Grrrrr... Other prominent symptoms include, but are not limited to, an inability to accurately read a caender, DAMH syndrome (Dog Ate My Homework) resulting in never ending utterances of excuses, real and fabricated.

It is believed that once the processor is released that happiness will result and all angst will vanish. This is much like finally embarking on that long planned vacation. Researchers are quick to point out that joy and satisfaction was short lived for those on the Titanic.


This is closely linked to Cumulative Reports of Arriving Processor syndrome where those affected are observed going into states of hyperexcitement each time a new Report is made. Sufferers will exhibit signs of acute suspension of rational thought leading to temporary extreme euphoria, followed by a depression-like state shortly afterwards. There is at this time no known cure, but transient relief can sometimes be obtained if the patient is placed into a darkened room and subjected to bright blue light. A leading neurobiologist commented on the apparently random nature of the syndrome that "CRAP happens - we aren’t sure why at this stage.

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Did you know that Laufman's first name is Gerald?

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