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Catching up with Super Dell ... sort of.

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Dell Schanze is the former owner of Totally Awesome Computers. He is currently advertising a line of paragliding motors for sale. “Super” Dell can himself be seen flying on YouTube.com under the heading “James Bond powered paragliding stuntman!!!!” He was also the subject of a 2006 City Weekly profile:

What has “Super” Dell been up to since the demise of Totally Awesome?
t
[Laughs] You want to make some more crap up? Why are you even calling me? Why don’t you just make it up like you did last time? Call a whole bunch of my friends, lie about what they said. Make up stuff that they said and air that, too.

What can you tell us about your paragliding sales operation?
t
I don’t want anything to do with your evil magazine. I think you guys are a disgrace to Utah and an absolute disgust to the nation. All you do is take honorable people and try to make ’em look dishonorable. You guys are the spew of evil. You’re pigs. That’s awful. I can’t believe what you do to famous people, try and make ’em look bad. It’s just destruction to our society. You guys should be completely ashamed of yourselves and go hide under a rock somewhere. Because now, people like me and other famous people, they can’t go out in public. Because every time it’s people like you looking for any tiny little thing they can twist to try and make them look bad so you can feel better about your pathetic selves. It’s just not anywhere near anything remotely that I would like to contribute to in society.

So, you don’t want to talk to us?
t
I don’t want to have anything to do with the City Weekly, because you guys are freaking evil.

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