Fun story: When I used to work at Gamestop back in the dark ages people would trade in systems (ps2 and XBox) that were infested with roaches. Sometimes we wouldn't know until days later!
I even sold one to a customer! He was some dirty dude who was probably on drugs and didn't care since it was the last used ps2 we had in the store. Ah, good times. --- I've accepted Shahid as lord of indies and savior of the Vita. If you accept and believe this 100%, put this in your sig.
#2OhGoodGriefPosted 11/21/2013 2:52:22 PM
*roach crawls across face and into mouth*
To clarify, it was not a man but thank you for the ps3, I still have it.
#3Laevant(Moderator)Posted 11/21/2013 2:52:25 PM
I once opened the back of an original PS2 and found a years-dead gathering of spiders. That wasn't pleasant. --- [Formerly Envirasu] [<3 MGO] [Cool Cats > all]
#4LiquiDZerOPosted 11/21/2013 2:53:34 PM
I worked in the VAIO repair center in san diego. Can confirm, we open the case thinking it's a normal unit, see roaches, go: WTF!?!, close the case, seal it in biohazard labels, sanitize our hands and stations, and ship it back.
It's not weirdness to not repair the unit, it's a health issue for the workers.
At first I wondered how the hell they could get in there, but then I realized, they travel through really small cracks in households so getting into a piece of electronic shouldn't be an issue. --- "I can't begin to count the number of agents whose lives were saved by a cardboard box." -Snake
#5INKU48Posted 11/21/2013 2:53:41 PM
Those instructions are only for the PS4. It's fine sending a Vita full of insects to them. --- JRPG in a school environment, with school activities as side quests. It's close enough to trick people into thinking it's like P4G -GirlsHteMyFace/Sen no Kiseki
#6BigReedPosted 11/21/2013 2:54:22 PM
Someone call the EDF! --- If you like my reviews, recommend them. If you have some suggestions feel free to PM me.
#7bellzemoPosted 11/21/2013 2:55:36 PM
My Dad used to fix VCRs back in the day. He used to have issues with roaches and we had to have the house sprayed once a month for the nasty little bastards. --- All that once was will be.