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30 March 2007


Beat Attitude

Brilliant. So great that it was fixed, though, eh? I'm having one of those weeks where everything seems to be broken, including my scanner, toilet seat, bathroom tap, roof, power-amp. Gah! Not to mention some of the long-term problems with software compatibility and the drivers for one of my DVD drives. It's too much, I tell ya!


This post really made me laugh (in sympathy I hasten to add)...especially the bit about turning it off/on... when ever I have a problem with anything 'technical' the husband always says in his best Irish accent "have you tried turning it off and turning it on again?" Amazingly it usually works...there must be a 'law' governing this technological phenomenum...

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