Make Your Own Retro Video Game Console from Top Ways to Escape Reality and Relax

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Many of us have outdated consoles lying around the house and some of them can be upgraded to meet modern-day audio and video standards. Again, the emulator-friendly Raspberry Pi can act as the hub of the whole operation, or you can build your own mini PC inside the casing you have, depending on how ambitious (and wealthy) you’re feeling.


That would be a reasonable response if your original post had said: “That’s horrible advice! If your car gets burgled you’ll lose it!” In other words, “Cars are broken in to all the time, so don’t leave anything valuable in them!” However, what you actually wrote was: “That’s horrible advice! Leaving your phone in the car is just asking to have your car burgled.” In other words, “If you leave your phone in the car, the chances of it being broken into increase!” And that claim simply isn’t justified. TL;DR: Your logic is flawed. Leaving a phone in your car only increases the chance of a break-in if the phone is lying in plain sight.

Well, no, I just explained why your original post made no sense. If you can’t understand why that is, it isn’t my fault.

Yes, actually. I work in downtown Houston. My car has been broken into nine times in twelve years. After the third time I started leaving my doors unlocked just so they’d stop breaking my windows (though on the sixth time the presumably-male douchebag broke the window anyway). I leave nothing I care about in my vehicle, not even loose change in the cupholder. TL;DR: The original point is to not leave anything of value in a car. If you don’t value a $400+ phone, then by all means, leave it in your car.

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