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Those old iPads can still be useful!
Uses for Your Old iPad [via Graph Jam]
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Or you can donate it to third world country where people need it.
People don’t *need* ipads, anywhere…
OR you can give it to ME!
why would anyone need ipads? it’s not like those ipad can save life?
The last thing on their mind is an iPad…
The last thing on their mind is an iPad.
The last thing on my mind is an iPad.
You can use the side to chop salsa a la Colbert.
Will it blend?
Will it flush?
The tombstone was pretty funny.
Oh sure. Give used iPads to a third world countries. Never mind their need for food, sanitation, housing or any of the more basic necessities. “Let’s give them iPads!” Sure. THAT will help… (MORONS!)
Title of this post should remove the word “old”.
did I hear someone mention “101 Uses for a Dead ipad”
Give it to a 3rd world country! It will take their minds off of the hunger, disease and poverty they suffer daily…
or low maintenance plant. ha!
@fubeca6, I agree 100%! A Samsung Galaxy Tab is a billion times better than an iPad.
Nobody actually “needs” an iPad. The main difference between a man and a boy is the price of their toys.
@Overlord you can keep your second hand ipads,we have new ones over here in the third world.
Why does everyone assume all third world countries are living in complete poverty? I live in a third world country and have access to BB’s, Ipads, MacBooks, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS, etc etc etc
Excellent uses for any Apple product actually!!
When Texas State University researchers ran out of funding for their expedition to uncover artifacts from the wreck of 17th century pirate Captain Morgan’s ship, the necessary funds were supplied by the Captain Morgan rum company.
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