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    Heat != combustion

    The CPU may have been hot enough to melt the couch (this is of course assuming that the CPU had already melted the computer components around it, through the plastic case, and then come into physical contact with the couch before the computer cutting off causing the loss of power to the CPU and therefore not heating it up anymore) if it came in contact, but unless there is flame, it would have had to heated up a bit more than just 300 degrees to cause a physical fire.

    I could bore you adolescents with some entry level physical science about how wrong this is, or just say pics or gtfo.
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    Come on now, don't lie. A normal couch would barely catch fire if you'd pour gasoline on it and set it on fire.

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