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HAL 9000, meet Xbox 360


4:33 PM on 09.13.2007




Combine one part HAL 9000 problem (disobedience!) and one part Xbox 360 problem (Red Ring of Death!) and you'll get the most cleverest shirt ever made!

If you're not careful, your 360 may jettison you out an air-lock. The red ring of death is just the first sign that something has gone terribly wrong and not only will you not be playing any games, your 360 may rebel and simply kill you.

The RRoD t-shirt is still in pre-order phase over on SplitReason but should be out in the next week or two. What I really want to know is this: Why did it take so long for someone to make this mashup between 2001: A Space Odyssey and the Red Ring of Death problem until now?!

[Thanks, EternalDarkWing -- And while you're over at SplitReason, be sure to visit the DESTRUCTOID store of course!]
HAL 9000, meet Xbox 360 photo
HAL 9000, meet Xbox 360 photo





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