PC stands for “Patriotic Computer”

On the seventh anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001, it’s important to reflect on patriotism, nationalism, and responsibility to your country and motherland. This USB memorial lets us think about our contributions to our great nation. Or it’s just a tribute to misguided nationalism and capitalism via insipid flag waving. Instructions are available at Instructables.

[via F.A.T.]

Comments

  1. TheRain says:

    Flag waving is important.
    Wave a flag and save a dying kitten.

  2. carlton says:

    not sure what nationalism has to do with capitalism…

  3. LouisII says:

    ah yes… flags are soooooooo important…

  4. dalek9000 says:

    why the fuck is this here? some guy taped some USB’s together amirite. awe we supposed to feel sorry for him or something?

  5. Rob says:

    this is utterly pathetic

  6. peruser says:

    did you seriously just post this? or am i having another bad dream

  7. xploited says:

    F$%k patriotism, f$%k nationalism, f%$k militarism… f%$k the borders.

    All they do is spread hate and violence and perpetuate an elitist attitude
    towards others who just happen to live outside of some arbitrary,
    nonexistent line.

  8. Johnson says:

    Why are amerifags still butthurt over 9/11?

    Fucking pathetic

  9. ccat says:

    Are you all a bunch of liberal, commie, unpatriotic slobs? Yes it’s kind of corny but I like the idea.
    Get over yourselves – patriotism is not an evil thing.

  10. kippersan says:

    No it’s not – it often leads to evil things though.

  11. Andy Mendez says:

    great info

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