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  1. David C Dean says:

    Thermite.  When it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed RIGHT NOW.

    1. Anonymous says:

      I can just see a little thermite package in the laptop above the hard drive, with a sticker that reads “In case of Emergency, stick lighter into *port nearest harddrive*”
      Yep. TSA would love that :)

    2. Anonymous says:

      I can just see a little thermite package in the laptop above the hard drive, with a sticker that reads “In case of Emergency, stick lighter into *port nearest harddrive*”
      Yep. TSA would love that :)

      1. David C Dean says:

        lol… true, a warning sticker might be unwise if you’re a traveler.  That’s a “straight to gitmo, do not pass GO” offense, right there.

      2. Anonymous says:

        Looking at the 13″ MBP I’m on right now, that would be the Kensington lock slot. 
        If you remove the bottom panel, you’ll find it really is an open passage to the hard drive bay.No sir, I don’t find it the least bit odd my laptop has a fuse sticking out of it…

    3. J says:

       !!!
      oO
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    4. J says:

       !!!
      oO
      /

  2. Actually, I prefer sulfuric acid

  3. Anonymous says:

    People say they dislike having people with double-digit IQ’s and six-figure incomes looking through their in-flight bags and never finding anything, but products like this make me sure they’re actually titillated by the invasion of privacy.

  4. Russ VanDelinder says:

    because I always pack a drill with my laptop!

  5. Ben Gray says:

    There’s a few people at News International that could have done with some of these!

  6. Anonymous says:

    The zombies will never get my pron!

  7. sur says:

     Really? A drill? seriously? http://www.3tbharddrive.net

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