Murphy's Law  

ghostves 48M
7 posts
11/10/2005 9:23 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Murphy's Law

Rage. I was consumed with rage, all directed at Dell this morning. So I've got this brand new Dell laptop, had it for a whole 2 days now and it is back on its way to Dell for repairs. Hell, I have the very first PII 233mHz system I ever bought and it has never needed to go back to the manufacturer for repairs. I have 5 desktop computers and one other laptop and I've never needed to send anything back to the manufacturer. Figures this is my first Dell too. I usually build my own desktop systems and they are fairly easy to work on. The LCD display stopped displaying. Man I was torqued; here I am headed to Vegas on Sunday and I have to send my Laptop in for repairs. I'm not even sure if I can have it shipped to Vegas or if it will have to come back here first. Talk about luck.

Spent most of the day at home. My oldest woke up complaining that his ear was bothering him. He ended up calling from school around 11:00 asking to come home. Luckily I had some ear drops from a prescription he had about 6 months earlier. By this evening, between that and Motrin he was feeling back to normal.

Not much going on in the dating scene. Seems like all the girls I contact are running their own website and are just using AdultFriendFinder to lure suckers in. Screw 'em, not getting my credit card number. I'm beginning to think it was a mistake even getting anything other than a stand membership with AdultFriendFinder. Probably let it revert to a standard after the first month is up. I have enjoyed updating this blog though. It has been oddly therapeutic to update this.

I bought my kids some really nice cloths from Ross yesterday (I sure like that store). My daughter was so excited about this one black sparkly shirt that she had me take her picture. She had some pants that were made of similar material and wore that to school today. She's gorgeous with her long auburn/red hair. Of course I'm just a tad prejudice on that, but she does get a lot of compliments on her hair. She want me to take them ice skating Saturday. Mom use to take them ice skating every now and then. Problem is Dad don't skate, Dad falls on his butt. Maybe I can take a book and let them skate.


jackrorabbit 49M
56 posts
11/10/2005 10:08 pm

My parents had trouble with a Dell as well. Stick to the local guys at least then you can get it fixed while you wait. I say fall on your butt... The kids will remember that far more than you reading a book, and you'll all get a good laugh at it.


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