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Jessica Chobot Upgrades Nerdist’s Computers and Destroys the Old Ones

Jessica Chobot Upgrades Nerdist’s Computers and Destroys the Old Ones

Despite recently killing many of her coworkers on Halloween, Jessica Chobot‘s actually a pretty great colleague with her heart (usually) in the right place. That’s why when she noticed so many of her fellow office mates gaming with older, far-too-slow computers with outdated graphics, she decided to take it upon herself to get an upgrade for them. Although since Jessica has her own unique way of doing things, that also meant destroying the old ones in a needlessly aggressive manner.

With Dan Casey, Kyle Hill, and Andrew Bowser all in desperate need of much faster, better-looking gaming systems (at Nerdist, playing games at work IS work), Jessica headed to Dell and took matters into her own hands. And then she did away with the tired old computers and laptops Chobot-style, a.k.a. in the most absurd, destructive way possible.

Yes, our HR director will definitely be speaking to Jessica about abusing the “vat of science chemicals” budget again. But at least Kyle got a sweet new laptop out of it, and with all the money she saved at Dell it was probably a wash.

Can’t say the same for our paver budget though. Jessica has really got to stop renting one every week.

But at least she didn’t try using it on Andrew this time around. Like we said, she’s a really great colleague when she isn’t trying to murder everyone in the office.

Which upcoming game would you love to have a new system for? Hit play in our comments below with your thoughts.

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