Looking at the picture, it looks like that poor S3 has a massive SCSI cable connected to her head. It looks really awkward and uncomfortable. They couldn't use USB? Or Bluetooth?
If you wiggle the cable... can she feel the implant shift slightly in her BRAIN?!
I'm going to stop, I'm freaking myself out.
“It is true. I asked my fiancee (at the time) what her favorite artist was, and she told me Quinton Hoover, and so I contacted him and asked him to make a piece of Magic art for me called ‘Proposal’. A friend of mine out at the company marked up cards using the art – using the layout program, he made these cards that looked exactly like real cards, using land cards with film attached to them, and he gave me nine of them because I wanted to stack my deck. Even though I did not – I played fair. I played with one, which I viewed as fair. I don’t know if it was really fair. And I played with her for hours before I was able to cast the spell. She was just cleaning my clock, but eventually I managed to get it in play, and it said ‘Allows Richard to Propose marriage to Lily. If she accepts, both players win and we mix our decks as a shared deck’. And so I got a Royal Assassin out of it also.”
TFA was a bit deceptive, so my reply was a bit off. I don't think this "box" actually replaces the physical tower. I was imagining these little boxes just sprouting out of the ground. I didn't think it would be on top of a giant tower.
I wonder how many people they'll have to layoff to counter the $315 million. Considering this article a few weeks ago. I can't help but think AOL's days are numbered. But then again we've been saying that for years now.