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My WONDERFUL Computer...
by Ed Matlack
Friday, March 16, 2012
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It ain't long for this world...

I go onto the computer,

Till it, not too long, dies,

It stops, it starts,

It freezes & farts…


Maybe the farts,

It did learn from me,

But so help me,

I haven’t even hit it,

Or yet broken it apart…


That time though is coming,

And I am not herein to you funning,

I found some used ones for under a hundred,

Hopefully then I can allow this one to die,

Then it will surely be much happier when it is finally dead…J



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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 3/19/2012
Mine isn't running so good either, finally got into authors den by putting cookies to medium, not a computer programmer or expert but i brought mine back to life many a time, Just takes thinking and patience. lots of it like it or not.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 3/18/2012
I now have two computers set up at all times, just in case one desides to get a little grumpy on me. It also gives me plenty of time to run utilities and troubleshoot problems without feeling like I am trying to walk without my legs, which is how I feel, living without a computer. My whole life is wrapped up on these machines though I have learned to keep a backup on a disc of anything that is important to me like documents, poetry, cool e-mail, etc. I hope you can keep your baby running and find a way to make it healthy again.
Take care,
Reviewed by jude forese 3/17/2012
maybe the baby could use a good dusting ... around the processor and fans ... and clean out the internet garbage ...
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 3/17/2012
Hahahahaha! That pic says a thousand words....I've been there, Ed! When the computer begins chewing on that last raw's time to say goodbye and bury it! giggle

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/17/2012
Don;t U feel alone...this old lady that I am using writing this to you is acting up on me too...old windows 98...but so many menories stored here and not toooo com-path-a-ball to the my laptop...and toreclaim all my programs is mission impossible.
Take care and don,t shoot the lady yet...keep her ...she might come in useful later again...ask me I KNOW!!

Love sTinky
Reviewed by Richard King 3/17/2012
They can be exasperating, but tell me, how in the hell did we ever get along without them? I watch too much TV, but even that doesn't compare to the time I spend sitting at my computer. When my DSL goes down, I go nuts. (and when I go nuts, my sweetie accuses me of being shirt tail relation to the Ed's family) Dick
Reviewed by Paul Berube 3/17/2012
"Obsolete in time" is built in purposely to keep us buying new ones.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/16/2012
Mine threw me a "curve ball" a couple of nights ago. After a lot of "coaxing," it came back to normal. Well, it is almost four years old so I suppose, in this day and age of "advanced technology," it is ancient. Thanks for sharing, Ed. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/16/2012
Go for the used, couldn't be much worse, eh?
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