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I pity the poor people that can't afford

by JP Bill / June 21, 2011 10:41 PM PDT
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Not my type of fridge
by Diana Forum moderator / June 22, 2011 7:05 AM PDT

I think I would rather the upgrades would make it a better fridge than a better PC.

Diana

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Kitchen real estate
by Willy / June 23, 2011 12:38 AM PDT

Remember when having a a clock or time piece was hi-tech or rather is was special. Now, many homes have clocks all over the place even in items that would do better with a timer. Plus, if you check what isn't an LED or blinking display nowadays. So, it doesn't surprise me that the fridge a rather hunk of appliance in the kitchen wouldn't get networked or somehow become more than a fridge. -----Willy Happy

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