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Thursday, February 4, 2010

It's Dead, Jim...

 
Yeah, the hard drive on my Compaq is fried.  But I may be able to save the data... as soon as I have someplace to put it.  So check out my Rule 5 Special Offer and help a brother out, folks.  Otherwise 'those' Robert Stacy McCain/Ayla Brown pool pics are lost to the sands of time....

'Cuz seriously, mucho thanks to Deborah Leigh for the loaner but posting on this thing is like street racing on a donut spare...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would that be Boris the Russian circus bear racing phenom? His uncle Ko Lumbius taught him this special skill for which it was named. Hey, he had to have something for the second act.

Deborah Leigh

prairiecat55kc said...

I am 4'11" & weigh in at a mere 109. One weekend I used Lovely Daughter's little white thingy that looked a lot like what you have there, Richard. I was very close to being a raving lunatic by the time she sprung me!

richard mcenroe said...

The upside is, you can type nearly twice as fast because youalways hit two keys at once...

Anonymous said...

Prairiecat, I don't know why you'd be bonkers using these great little inventions. The 7" ASUS EEE that Richard is typing on has 4 gigabytes, a webcam, internet capable, all the ports, Open Office, spreadsheets, games, presentations, 2 paint programs, Skype, music/video/photo managers, tutorials for kids, and stuff I probably forgot. The smaller keyboard does take getting used to. But this little wonder works for business or personal. However, for those that do alot of graphics, then a larger screen would be preferred. It weighs just under two pounds, and cost far less than the larger models. There are 8 and 10" models out now. Maybe the 10" would fit you better. But until Richard "Boris the Russian Circus Bear" gets another computer, Three Beers Later will be coming to you courtesy of The Little White Wonder.

Deborah Leigh

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