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Wednesday, 2 July 2008


Great! Not only has my USB record deck been playing up recently, but now, just when there’s loads of stuff to rant and rage about, music to post and comments to reply to, the PC starts to rebel by freezing, going slow and doing strange things. Fucking typical! I feel like John Cleese in Faulty Towers, when his car wont start and he starts hitting it with a stick. Me, I’m gonna either be putting on my size 9 Dr Martens and give the Piece of Crap the biggest re-booting it’s ever had (That’d make me feel a whole lot better, but I doubt it would fix the problem) or alternatively I could sit in the garden for a while and watch the frogs jump around in the pond. I say pond, it’s more like a large puddle, and jumping, well most of the time they just sit there all relaxed with their heads sticking out of the water looking daft; but hey they seem happy and it’ll get me chilled out while I opt for a more rational approach to the problem and run a few scans on the PC to see what the issues are.


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Anonymous said...

Did you ever consider using a free operating system? I'm talking about Linux, that's 'free' as in 'freedom', (but also 'free' as in 'no charge'.