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GeezLuWeez

I was worried too. In fact I ate three bags of Almond Joys to help those worries go away. What on earth does that say about me?

p.s. I like all the other candy varities also. Give that your best shot!

Good to see you back,

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barb

good to hear Betsy's back up!!!

The Rev

LOL Ruby! Let me tell you about repair shops - if you bring your device into a shop with immaculate workstations and a vast, neatly organized inventory of spares (providing you get past the shiny reception area), expect the "repair" to consist of the techs swapping modules until it works. Expect a stiff bill. If you wander into a shop with work benches covered with solder splashes and service manuals, wire clippings on the floor, solder suckers with tips so frayed they could be used as stencil brushes, you've found a real repair shop.

Same is true for small engine shops. We've got both types here, one so clean and shiny you could eat off the floor and mechenics in spotless uniforms, the other with 4" thick wood work benches worn half through, 30 years of grease stains on the concrete floor, and mechanics with nails so blackened nothing but time will ever get them clean. Guess which one gets my business...

David

Hiya Ruby!

Sure glad to see you back and it was the computer that was sick and not you. After you mentioned your bout with Lupus I was getting more worrieder and more worrieder, but all is well. Computers can be replace, but you, Ruby, are a national treasure, and if anything happens to you, we, as a nation, will be much poorer for it.

Give my regards to Manny. Just goes to show ya, ya can't tell a book by its cover, or a good computer guy by his fashion IQ.

All the best,

David

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