The white gadget is an 'Airport' wireless router with internal backup disk.
A Japanese love-rat's misdeeds have left him, and his iGizmos, in hot water. His scorned lover seems to have taken issue with his flirting with another woman and suffered a bit of a kernel panic, attacking her fanboi where it would hurt most – his beloved collection of overpriced blahware – before compounding his humiliation …
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"I can never remember the different names of the Apple laptop products, they're so interchangeable."
I sympathize. It's incredibly hard for anyone but a diehard fanboi to tell the difference between (e.g.) a Macintosh Portable and a MacBook Air.
> I'd like to see you try running Windows on a PowerBook,
I had no trouble at all running Windows on my Bondi Blue iMac, back in the days when Apple laptops were branded as "Powerbook"... (Courtesy of VirtualPC, of course. I was even able to use it to test a kernel-mode network driver I was working on...)
I'd like to see you try running Windows on a PowerBook, you need an Intel CPU for Windows.
Well, except the ARM builds of Windows (various Windows Phone / Windows CE versions, Windows 8 RT, Windows 10 for Pi) which don't require an Intel CPU. ;)
Windows 10 for Pi is by far the most bizarre press release I've seen from MS yet...
The tap is probably next to the bath (in such a way that it's outside the frame) and can be swiveled over the bath. Allows the user to fill a bucket or the bath easily.
The strange lid type thing is in fact a lid for the tub. I assume they're expected to keep dust and debris out--especially if the family is planning on reusing the water rather than discarding it after each use. Japanese use the tub for soaking (like a hot tub) rather than for washing, so it's expected to be reasonably clean for the next family member.
From those pictures I deduce:
Apple monitors are soluble. In exactly what is not made clear. Enquiring minds need to know.
When they dissolve they spawn a variety of new devices. How quickly these need to be removed from the birthing tank / bath before they "drown" is not stated. Enquiring minds need to know.
The process seems to result in the production of a certain amount of scum. Perhaps enquiring minds do not need to know....
Couldn't imagine why the objets weren't dropped from a great height instead. I guess it's down to culture or the individual. Bad, but not too bad--almost genteel.
However, a dunking like that is not likely to get attention that will endear you to someone. Nor, it seems, get a rise out of them, as the victim seems to be taking it in stride... in the direction of a cold shower, possibly, then probably off to the dog house. Or to a friend's house for a commiseration session.
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