Strong Mad's Computer

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'''Strong Mad's computer''' is a less-than-functional computer, which [[Strong Mad]] uses to do e-commerce and e-business. It appears in the email [[the facts]].
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'''Strong Mad's computer''' is a less-than-functional computer, which [[Strong Mad]] uses to do e-commerce and e-business. It appears in the [[Strong Bad Email]] [[the facts]].
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The monitor is drawn on a paper bag with a black marker, with the word "DiSK" written across it in red marker. A large [[cardboard box]] sits next to it, originally labeled "[[Not X|NOT CAR PARTS]]". It has a [[Floppy Disk Container|floppy disk container]] drawn on it with black marker, labeled "disks". The monitor has a star logo and two brightness/contrast knobs that make it resemble an old Macintosh computer or the [[Tandy 400]].
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The monitor is drawn on a paper bag with a black marker, with the word "DiSK" written across it in red marker. A large [[cardboard box]] sits next to it, originally labeled "[[Not X|NOT CAR PARTS]]". It has a [[floppy disk container]] drawn on it with black marker, labeled "disks". The monitor has a star logo and two brightness/contrast knobs that make it resemble an old Macintosh computer or the [[Tandy 400]].
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Current revision as of 22:11, 21 February 2013

"E-COMMERCE! E-BUSINESS!"

Strong Mad's computer is a less-than-functional computer, which Strong Mad uses to do e-commerce and e-business. It appears in the Strong Bad Email the facts.

The monitor is drawn on a paper bag with a black marker, with the word "DiSK" written across it in red marker. A large cardboard box sits next to it, originally labeled "NOT CAR PARTS". It has a floppy disk container drawn on it with black marker, labeled "disks". The monitor has a star logo and two brightness/contrast knobs that make it resemble an old Macintosh computer or the Tandy 400.

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