No laps for hot laptops; medical repo...

No laps for hot laptops; medical reports link them to "toasted skin...

There are 3 comments on the WTVR story from Oct 4, 2010, titled No laps for hot laptops; medical reports link them to "toasted skin.... In it, WTVR reports that:

Have you ever worked on your laptop computer with it sitting on your lap, heating up your legs? If so, you might want to rethink that habit.

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Abby

Richmond, VA

#1 Oct 4, 2010
If people are too stupid to not move their laptops when they begin overheating, they deserve a good burn. I keep mine on my lap all the time. When the computer begins to get to warm, I move it. Duh.
That goes for these kids, too. Any parent who lets their child play hours of games on a computer should know the computer is going to warm up while in their lap. Send the little lad/lassie outside to play. No wonder everybody is fat, dumb and burned.
not a teahead

Cartersville, VA

#2 Oct 4, 2010
Abby wrote:
If people are too stupid to not move their laptops when they begin overheating, they deserve a good burn. I keep mine on my lap all the time. When the computer begins to get to warm, I move it. Duh.
That goes for these kids, too. Any parent who lets their child play hours of games on a computer should know the computer is going to warm up while in their lap. Send the little lad/lassie outside to play. No wonder everybody is fat, dumb and burned.
you just described all of the teaBURNlicans in america. even if yours heated up to a 100 degrees there still would be no help in steaming out your wrinkles. a face transplant wouldn't help either, you'd look like taz.
Abby

Richmond, VA

#3 Oct 4, 2010
not a teahead wrote:
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you just described all of the teaBURNlicans in america. even if yours heated up to a 100 degrees there still would be no help in steaming out your wrinkles. a face transplant wouldn't help either, you'd look like taz.
Thead, I just sat down to view your nasties once again. Thanks for the chuckle. BTW, I use Botox when needed - not many wrinkles.

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