Det cord v. .50 BMG: which will destroy this Xbox One first?

Even at 90,000 frames per second it’s hard to tell whether the det cord or the .50 BMG tapped the Xbox One first.

For some reason, it doesn’t hurt as much to see an Xbox, even a new, fancy Xbox, get destroyed, compared to seeing a new, fancy Playstation get destroyed. It doesn’t make sense, but there you have it.

It must be a Microsoft big, bad, thing. As if Sony isn’t?

Maybe it’s lingering sentimentality towards the Walkman.

Some day I’m going to figure out the secret of how Richard Ryan gets all his magnificent toys. And I will make it mine. 

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