The Gunslinger said, "My advice to you is to get yourself a Holy Book, then learn how to pray."
The Preacherman said, "My advice to you is to get yourself a gun, then learn how to shoot."
The Politician said, "My advice to you is to get yourself free of superstitions and weapons, then learn how to trust in me."


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Saturday, December 10, 2011

I have had this Toshiba laptop since June 1, 2006.

It has been a good enough workhorse but hardware and software wise it has been a challenge to keep it running for the 5.5 years that I have had it.  I keep putting off getting a new one but methinks I have pushed my luck long enough.  After the first of the year, I need to buy a new sofa and love seat for the living room BEFORE I can get a new laptop (if the unforeseen does not challenge my sacred budget).

I am not married to Toshiba hardware and MS software even though I have had decent luck with both.  I can find only one USA made laptop and I am not sure my patriotism will overcome my fears that the outfit may no measure up; I expect no less than 3-years of service from my computers and my current laptop is not the first one I have used for over 5-years. 

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