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September 25, 2005

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But a delicious moment such as that shown in animal magnetism does help relieve the stress.

Ah... I so feel your pain! I finally got here and what happens? My network card dies AND my network hub dies... it's always something. I've spent nearly the entire day getting things going. What a pain. We'll see how long it works now.

Welcome to Taxachusetts! Spending the entire day getting things going sounds familiar.

LOL - well so far I'm paying less in sales tax and less in property tax than I did in Illinois...

"...half a dozen tech support episodes interspersed with endless wait-on-hold Musak moments."

I despise having to listen to music while on hold, almost as much as I despise being told every 45 seconds how important I am to the entity that's got me on hold.

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