OS X and Macs are like chocolate and peanut butter, two great tastes that taste great together. However, nowadays OS X is designed to run on Intel processors, which power most of the world's non-Apple make hardware, so it isn't odd that some folks might want to get Leopard running on a PC that Apple didn't make. If you are one of those people this link is for you.
The guys at Dailyapps have figured out how to install Leopard on a PC, and it only takes three steps. They also list all the things you'll need to get this going. This isn't a supported configuration, obviously, so some things might not work. You're on your own if you want to run Leopard on a PC, but Apple is more than willing to sell you a Mac with Leopard pre-installed.
[via Laughing Squid]