Waco, TX - Neon tubing and blow holes weren't enough for one local
computer case modifier and now the deaths related to case modification
are two. Just 12 days ago Carson City, Nevada teen Warren Botrey
was killed in a house fire when the acetylene torch he was using
to modify his computer case ignited his comic book collection and
destroyed his home. This time the victim is Waco resident Sean
a case that looked like it came from a war zone. I told him
he was crazy, but that Sean is a visionary. First we took the
case out back and shot it a few times with his pistol, but the holes
weren't big enough to allow proper ventilation," said survivor
Fred Willis. "After that we left Sean outside while we went
to get some more brews. Next thing we know we're pulling glass
out of our eyes."
According to what police munitions experts can piece together Sean
Whitman attached two large propane tanks to his computer case and
began shooting. The explosion created some very large ventilation
holes in his chassis, but unfortunately for Sean some very large
holes in his torso also.
"It probably wasn't the greatest idea in the world, but we
were pretty drunk," said Fred. "I'm very sad to see
my friend Sean die, but I think he guaranteed himself a spot in overclocker
heaven with this one."
NRA President Charlton Heston said, "It is unfortunate that
a young citizen has been killed. We hope that all Americans
learn a valuable lesson from this: Guns don't kill people,
exploding propane tanks kill people."
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