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computer repair,Hall of Fame,holding it up,lego
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From the submitter:

My new video card is rather LARGE, and there was only one slot on the motherboard which could accomodate it. It's VERY close to my sound card (which also cannot be moved), and I noticed a strange "ping..ping..PINGPINGPING" sound coming from the case. All the heat generated inside was making the entire video card warp slightly (this only occurs when playing Fallout 3 with LOTS of mods) and the fan was coming into contact with some of the solder points on the sound board! Yikes!

He had problems with overheating so he decided to fix it with little pieces of plastic? This should end well.

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Eric Streenstra has created quite the paragon of green energy. And yellow energy. And blue energy. And red energy. You get the idea. This go-kart is still able to... well... go, while being made almost entirely out of LEGOs. I just hope that doesn't include the pedals. I think you know why.

building,church,construction,lego
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The Monty Python foot is not gonna be happy when it tries to step on this.

~NSHA

furniture,lego,denmark,tv stand,danish,g rated,there I fixed it
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Seeing as how Legos are originally from Denmark, this is about as Danish as it can get.

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Yes, I know it's an ad but it's just too damn cool not to share. Sugru, hackers' favorite silicone-based hardening clay, has innumerable uses to enhance, repairs or improve your favorite... well, anything. Yesterday the company released this promotional video showing off what can be done when it's combined with the world's most popular building block. I have no idea what I would do with it, but I want a ton of the stuff.

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