Nothing interesting yet.
After that, though, he decided to make the whole thing into a not-all-that-clever prank. He made up a story that he was a kid who's parents got him a G5 for Christmas. Since he wanted an Athlon and since his parents knew nothing about computers, he decided to throw out the insides and install an Athlon motherboard in it.
When I first saw the story and didn't know it was a prank, my response was "The dumb kid should've convinced his parents to return the machine, because you can buy two nice Athlon machines for the price of a G5." That wasn't the response from some of the Mac-zealot community, though. He apparently got over a thousand emails (shutting down his mailbox) crying out in horror and hatred about what a horrible thing he'd done.
Some people even cried.
I wonder how many of those same people who cried for the death of a Mac G5 are crying right now for the several dozen people killed by suicide bombers yesterday?