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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by l.a.rossmann, Jun 26, 2009.
This information would be very helpful, thanks.
All of the aught sixes came with Tiger. They came out years before Leopard, you know.
not to sure what the aught sixes means but i think that the first gen macbooks that were black did
aught six= oh-six, 2006 model year, and also the early 07 models did too.
Leopard was released 10/2007 for reference.
Hopefully the next decade it happens, people will understand what I mean when I say "aught _____" for a year...
The only reason I got it quickly was because I watch Top Gear religiously every weekend once it's available online, and they always refer to 0-60mph times as "naught to 60."
Naught = Zero.
Aught = Anything at all.
Crap. Well, I screwed up this decade; guess I'll fix it in the 21naughts.
cant you just say "oh six's" lol
You've probably got confused by the various British and Irish accents. We've got loads of different ways to say the same words over here.
I'm loving how this thread started off with BlackBooks and ended up with accents
I say ought to mean 0. I haven't heard naught except as not.