Samsung sold desktops?
Well that I didn't know.
Not that I'd notice, I build my own anyway, ready made desktops are for fools and businesses.
27 posts • joined 17 Apr 2012
No... by that logic you should be allowed to attempt to rob a bank before deciding whether or not to do business there.
Shops aren't storing your sensitive information. You could attempt to steal customers credit card info from a shop prior to deciding on whether to shop there though, or just use cash.
You should get one of those Microsoft Intellimouse mice, I've had mine for years, it's gone yellow now even though it was white, I've spilled beer in it, knocked it off the desk, slammed it in frustration, dropped it in a cup of tea, and I'm pretty sure that one of my rats tried to have sex with it once. Still works.
The only downside is that the resolution is fairly low so it makes only a mediocre gaming mouse.
I hope they stick to it. My neighbour on the left is very trustworthy but also very elderly, I'd hate for him to be bothered by my missed parcels. My neighbour on the right is hardly ever in so there's no point trying to deliver my stuff there.
Of course, the real answer for most people is to get your stuff delivered to you at work.
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