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Apple Mighty Mouse

Posted on Thursday, August 4th, 2005 under News | No comments

Ok. Who's can I borrow or who loves me and is buying me one? Come on ... it's only like one new hot t-shirt design and I am there!

By the way, thank you Steve for finally giving us the multi-button option we have all been craving. Now if only I could wait until the wireless Bluetooth version hits the stores .... focus ... focus ... buy me ... focus .... argh!

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