Don't buy this motherboard.

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Jered
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Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Jered » Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:21 am

The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Yogimus » Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:29 am

I am sorry about your experience, please contact us at 1 888 FUCK YOU to see if we can resolve your issues.

MOBOS are always the greatest fear for comp builds. At least that one had the decency to shit the bed fast

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Kommander » Tue Apr 07, 2015 5:20 am

Jered wrote:I bought one of these for a PC build, and it does not work.
*Kommander looks at the single review left for the Mobo, takes a look at the persons profile, adds two and two and takes a shot in the dark*

You use a safety razor to shave? I just started using a Van Der Hagen razor and have been really happy with the results so far, though I still need to get a proper brush, mug, and creme/soap so I can ditch the canned goop. Any recommendations?

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Yogimus » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:11 am

Go to walmart, they have a mug/brush combo that is more than worth the money. It has a windmill on it, and comes in at under 20 bucks. (Comes with soap) It really DOES make a difference, by the way. I use barbasol canned and a 5 blade razor at work, and the safety razor at home. The safety razor is better.

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Kommander » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:53 am

The windmill guys are the ones who made (or perhaps just repackaged) my razor and I have been thinking about getting that set. Is the brush ok? The most common complaint about the set seems to be the brush is to stiff and sheds allot.

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Jered » Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:42 pm

Kommander wrote:
Jered wrote:I bought one of these for a PC build, and it does not work.
*Kommander looks at the single review left for the Mobo, takes a look at the persons profile, adds two and two and takes a shot in the dark*

You use a safety razor to shave? I just started using a Van Der Hagen razor and have been really happy with the results so far, though I still need to get a proper brush, mug, and creme/soap so I can ditch the canned goop. Any recommendations?
Yep, I use a safety razor to shave.

I use Taylor of Old Bond street soap and I've found Derby blades are good.
The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Rich » Tue Apr 07, 2015 4:54 pm

:jacked:

That didn't take long. :lol:
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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by PawPaw » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:20 pm

:jacked:
Kommander wrote:You use a safety razor to shave? I just started using a Van Der Hagen razor and have been really happy with the results so far, though I still need to get a proper brush, mug, and creme/soap so I can ditch the canned goop. Any recommendations?
You have a shower, right? A bar of soap? Put your razor in the shower and shave there. Use the same soap you use to clean your butt. It's soap, which is a lubricant, and you have hot water, to soften the beard.

You don't need all those mamby-pamby cremes or lotions, or other sissy stuff. Shave in the shower like a man shaves. A mirror, you ask? Why do you need a mirror. I'm pretty sure you can find your face, even with your eyes closed.

Oh, geez!
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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Flintlock Tom » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:40 pm

This thread really delivers the funny!
I can't even explain why I'm sitting here laughing.

:lol:
If time, chance and random process can produce a platypus why not an ammo tree?

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Re: Don't buy this motherboard.

Post by Flintlock Tom » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:41 pm

Jered wrote:I bought one of these for a PC build, and it does not work.
Is there a provision for returning a defective product?
If time, chance and random process can produce a platypus why not an ammo tree?

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