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    16th October 2006


    Not the candybar, but me. I don’t think I should be allowed to handle electronic equipment anymore. Now before anything else, let me make it clear that it was Nick and not I who dropped my laptop last week – but there was only one person at fault when my cell phone splashed into the toilet this morning. Fortunately when I brought the computer in all they did was take it apart and put it back together and it worked again, leading the skilled repairs people at PCs and Parts to speculate that something probably had come loose. Unfortunately I don’t think that will be the case with my phone. But, to give good fortune the advantage on this week’s scoreboard, I present this evidence: I brought in my old laptop after I got the new one (actually Matt T’s old one) back – you might recall that I spilled chocolate mild all over it and it never started again. That laptop is now working again, or so I am told by the repair folks because they volunteered (at a cost) to get rid of the many viruses on the computer and I gladly gave them approval. I told the woman there about dropping my phone and she said, “Maybe you should attach these things to yourself with rubberbands or something.”

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    1. Loren says:

      You are not allowed to touch my computer Daryl. I know it hurts, but it hurts me more.

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