I was born in 2005 with two brains, I can remember much detail have more drive than ever and am completely open...
is this a riddle?
yes a riddle?
i guess a dual core laptop
But he said completely open. There's a dual core processor apple computer that came out in 2005 but it isn't open...
Britney spears? i dont know, i've never heard of any open computers on the market.
Steve Martin in the movie "The man with two brains", he had a heap of drive in that film.
and in the openness department? *raised eyebrow*
Are we warmer,colder???
warm with the laptop, cold with the movies
Oh the new Blackberry
if you get see my grin from this ear < to this one >
I think you may have hit this one on the nail EK, damn I think Steve Martin is wrong
Nah I never win things BP , No wait I once won a frozen chook ,and carried the stupid thing for 2 miles ..
hahaha EK oh that is so sad...yet funny.....I am torn whether to laugh or cry. I think if I can get the laughter dried out first then I can concentrate on the apathy oh my....Cock-a-doodle-doo.
soo, is it the right answer?
If it is , I win one right If not ,guess I gotta stick with my homing pigeons
2 cpu desktop (i.e. 2 brains), extra memory (i.e. I can remember much detail), 2 internal hard drives (i have much drive) and all open source (linux, firefox, thunderbird, songbird).Thanks for playing...it has been fun
Richard kinda guessed that ..dual drive thingy ( I reckon though , he just didnt wanna give the blackberry up)
Yea I should win by default
livewithrichard - you win
great where's my blackberry?
sorry richard best I can offer is a gooseberry..lol
Oh riddles! I've got one! Pandas live a long time. None of you has ever seen a dead panda.The question is, what am I expressing here? Panda Man
Sounds like a dual core processing system.
dual processor...2 GB memory and 2 internal hard disk drives...all open source
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