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if i wanted a case of frisbees, i would have fucking bought one

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by When, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. When

    When 12oz Loyalist

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    if i wanted a case of frisbees, i would have fucking bought one

    Discussion started by When - Jan 26, 2004

    alright who can tell me how or give me tips on taking scratches off of cds
    or atleast making the scratches less severe

    because i got a case of my cds back from an ex today
    and it looked like she couldnt find two sticks so she started
    rubbing cds together hoping for fire

    some arent too bad and some are horrible
    i hate people who dont respect others things
    especially since some of the cds cannot be found anymore

    help.
     
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    26SidedCube - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    My.. I heard copying the CDs works before but
    I don't know how true that is. Toothpaste?

    I've also heard brass polish works... it's the same
    stuff they put in those "CD DOCTOR" kits. I dunno.
     
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    yoga - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    go to your local computer shop and you should be able to puchase some cd cleaner.
     
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    26SidedCube - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    I don't know why I started that reply with "My".

    Apparently I'm feeling rather possessive tonite.
     
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    When - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    yes it does to a certain extent, but i also refuse to roll around with a full case of burnt cds
     
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    When - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    i saw the 'skip doctor' kit today
    but im not about to shell out 35 dollars for something that probably doesnt work
     
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    test pattern - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    believe

    i have that same problem, though
    for some reason, my collection of coltrane got "syruped"

    i know syrup isn't necessarily a verb, but if you saw these cds after what happened to them, it would become one.
     
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    i belive i fully understand.
     
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    26SidedCube - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    I'm telling you.. you can have the same thing
    for like $4. Sounds stupid but some tech geek
    told me the stuff in those 'skip doctor' kits is nothing but Brass polish.
     
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    a gel toothpaste will work too.
     
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    When - Replied Jan 26, 2004

    how permanent is it?
    would it also attract more dirt, or does it dry into the scratches?

    any brand or flavor reccomendations?
     
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