Win: November 2010

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Jailbreaker776

I would grab a my leatherman, in the case that while all my stuff is destroyed, I have something to fight off a possible zombie apocalypse.

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nemmy

How hard is it to drag a piano up a burning flight of stairs while being chased by robot/ninja/pirate zombies from the future?
Screw that. MacBook.

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BrookeRingdahl

Assuming I don't have to grab any humans or animals I'd grab my purse. Boring response I know but really!? I can replace anything as long as I have my purse!

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jrgrooves

My MUSIC!!!!! I love my Mac but my music is what sustains me, lol!

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jrgrooves

My MUSIC!!!!! I love my Mac but my music is what sustains me, lol!

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Sweet814

I would take money duh! Lol. Then if i have any problems i can buy stuff and even if i dont have a cell phone i can buy one ;D . Yep, Money can buy anything in this world except happiness that is :D

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FluffyNickel

My MacBook Pro 15" core i7 because... Is there anything else? Plus, my iPhone is already in my pocket.

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rocckalittle

Actually I'd grab my pistol and my computer bag. My phone is already in there with my books notebook laptop and cables.
Seriously, I love my mac. But when the robots or zombies or insane religious zealots show up, I can through my laptop at them or reach for old faithful.
I'm a geek but, I'm a geek with a decent grouping. Zombie robots beware.

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keriah

The key to the Safe Deposit Box ...

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amsquared

Tech will not work so it will have to be my rescued greyhound girl Lili

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gusdfunk

Well, this sort of happened to me and the Fire Dept. kicked me out for my own safety before I could grab anything... the only damage was the fireplace and living room wall thank goodness. But, if I had to do it again (and I've thought about it!) I'd grab my backup drives and buy a new Air with the insurance money! That's the smart play, yo!

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Baggal

If there were a disater, I know my family would be sharp enough to get to a safe spot, but my cute senile pup would crash and burn. So, I definitely would grab the family dog to avoid heart ache and misery from the rest of the family.

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Alexxsawyer

The first thing I would grab is my girlfriend, I cant live without her :). Plus, when I told her I wanted to get a PC so I would have the best of both worlds she said, "WHY!"

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briank

After all, it has everything ... internet connection, weather report ... dial for pizza delivery... what more can a person actually need in an emergency??

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yoyoers

I'd grab my iphone

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nvygunz

I'd grab my bag/backpack... It always has all my gear in it. Which includes my macbook (unless i am using it - like now), ipad, hard drive, thumb drive(s), aspirin, gum, powerbar(s), remote, ipod, headphones, GPS (and mount), pens and such (maybe some work). And my iphone is clipped to the handle. Wallet and keys are in arms reach too. All I need left is a 9mm, knife and some matches, and I am ready!!! Cheers.

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loganmacacc

In the inevitable robot zombie apocalypse I would grab my MacBook, the rest sleeps in the cloud.

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pomalley79

I'd grab my boom boom boom... hey hey!!!

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dbqfan

I would grab my min pin "Ginger" first than my new 15" i7 Mac Book Pro and the external drive and lets see - oh - my wallet with my credit cards and I will forget the pile of bills.

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drummerboy5678

If a disaster came I would grab my family and would run for safety.

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hangmanoflove

I'd grab my time capsule, my stash of cigars, my longbow and quiver, my iPhone, and my machete. You don't have to reload a machete.

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rocckalittle

true true...but you don't have to throw a 9mm to hit em at a distance.

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Toby_Wan_Kenobi

I'd grab the keys to my Prius which has a MAC sticker on it so people will think I'm just a helpful hippie and then I'll steal their stuff.

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vanddo

I'd grab my iPhone and my MacBook. I'd lose all my data if I didn't grab those, sadly I don't have a hard drive to backup my stuff on. :(

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JRAD

Bring it on!

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tscurtis

My 1982 Yamaha classical guitar (sounds better every year!) and 1894 Washburn mandolin (family heirloom from my great-great-uncle).

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baggins

people, pets, iPhone...

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ovniologo

Important first:

1. MacBook Pro (please don't tell my wife)
2. Wife (Company)
3. Hard drive with pictures (memories)
4. IPhone (maybe I can get some cool pictures of the disaster)
4. Plastic bags (to protect equipment from rain)
5. Cash, passports,crank flashlight/radio, canned food and a knife

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maclover

Nuff said

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gwadetech

I would grab my current back up HD as it has all of my data on it from my WHS (this is ofcourse if my family is already out of the house).

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kristen_d

I would grab my external hard drive since I save everything on my external hard drive once I finish a project.

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viscara

The comments above clearly show that 95% of you would not make it if the "Sh*t" hit the fan in the real world. Except perhaps "Pengiun" above. How Sad sad.. Try plugin in your macbook when their is no juice to power it, see if your iphone will work with no cell service, See if that ipod will feed you... or keep you warm.. or give you shelter.

There was a day that Americans had grit and had strength now its clear we have lost it... I am a macfan boy like anyone else but the above answer most wrote is down right pathetic. That we have become so out of touch of reality that we love gadgets over survivability if the worst happens. Are we so so interested in being just like every other "Ubber" "Metro Sexual" converses,sorbe latte chai drinking berkley UCSC student gradute that lives on dads plastic that we wont make it if things were really to hit the fan? I bet almost dollars to sense none of you know how to gut and skin a deer, "Obviously dont know how to make a fire" by the video above as well as find safe water or make shelter. Yah when things go bad I want those who wrote the replies above to be in my group... "Doubtful"

When the flash in the sky comes I am jumping out with my bail out bag with gun in hand. With the knowledge of how to use them in order to survive. Meanwhile those above will be walking around starving carrying their bike messenger bags trying to lick the bottom of starbucks cups in the trash that is not burnt.

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tzamboiv

All of my guitars: The little acoustic my Great Uncle gave me; my mom's Lyon acoustic; the Les Paul my cousin gave me; and the Stratocaster I built with my dad. They all have such meaning to me

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LawrenceBliss

Assuming that my kids and partner got out of the mega-catastrophy safely, I'd grab the MacBook Pro. It's my life! It's got records of everything that might get lost in the flood/earthquake/hurricane/alien invasion. And the contact info for the insurance agent!

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Penguin1257

I'd grab some canned food and a fishing rod.

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cowbag13

Well, in case of a fire caused by the oven staying on too long because I obviously left my ochra in too long, I would probably have to save my crutch. Do you know how many people try to harass you on the streets? A crutch will keep them back... Oh believe you me, it will keep them back.

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lynjackson@veri...

I would grab my my 2007 Joshia DeJong guitar, of course!

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fakeXsound

My corgi!

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dstny2001

Save my iPad. It is my favorite Mac toy. sorry husband. I hope you would be smart enough to save yourself.

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Keegather

I'd bring my backpack! t has my macbook, books, cell phone, ipod, money, cords, etc. in it! My family would know to come with me!

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rcdude2000

If my house were to spontaneously combust in 30 seconds I would grab my iPad. I would probably have my iPhone already in my pocket, and I'm sure that it would take a little while longer than 30 seconds to disconnect my computer tower lol.

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Flannlgrl

It's a tough one. The logical thing is to take the lock box with important documents, but I've only had my new MacBook Pro for a couple weeks and I love that thing. Guess I have to hope my partner takes the lock box!

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MeetingWave

My daughters Taylor and Stella.

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wesb

The beer; do I really have to explain why?

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Connor

I'd grab my DVD collection. I actually keep a few duffel bags on the shelves, in case of emergency. I have a lot of rare movies and a retarded amount of Criterion Collection spines and if they were to burn up or drown, I would thrust myself upon the flames, regardless the engulfment/submerge myself into the depths, regardless the depth.

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htown1962

If I could only grab one thing it would be my DSLR. That way I could capture "The Big Event"!

Then I would sell he pictures to the highest bidder (The Examiner?, Weekly World News?), so I could replace everything I lost with NEW stuff.

So long PPC laptop... hello iPad... goodbye iPhone... hello iPhone G4.... goodbye 15" iMac... hello 24" iMac!!

I guess that would be a win-win situation!

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kreizboi

I don't see a button to click to enter this contest. Am I suppose to enter a comment as my entry?

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bvila

With music and photos I've collected for the past three decades, I would have to grab my Time Machine hard drive. Of course, if it were fireproof and waterproof...well, I'd still grab it!

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71whit

i would probably grab my macbook, ipad, ipod and my turtle.

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Syre

would have to be my macbook pro... Even tho its almost 4 years old... Could use it in case I have to beat some zombie heads in and then check maclife for an app that can save the world.

However, if little pink bunnies took over I'd have to grab either my pellet gun or a lighter and some flammable spray or a claymore mine.

BUT, if oompa loompa's showed up I'd definitely have to grab my car keys and drive my car like I stole it. ... I hear oompa loompa's make good speed bumps.