MALFUNCTION! MALFUNCTION!

PUTER shrink

I’ll be back to work here full time as soon as my new puter arrives and I’ve programmed it and loaded my data files and figured out how to use the new OS. I am deeply grateful to Dearest for scrounging me a spare monitor* so I can get my unbupped data files bupped** and to the Buzzers for offering me their previous gen laptop for free.***

* Mr. T’s monitor bit the dust, but the hard drive still functions … for now. Given its geriatric condition, I’m biting the upgrade bullet before Mr. T goes deaf and dumb, as well as blind.

** BUP = Backed Up at Casa Hyphen.

*** It’s so handy to have generous offspring who let me have their old stuff when they upgrade! 🙂

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6 responses to “MALFUNCTION! MALFUNCTION!

  1. FranklytheNut

    Doing the Dance of Joy for you!

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  2. Pistol Pete

    For some reason the site won’t load new pages.Maybe you put some kind of juju on it.Well,there’s more than one way to skin a cat.(another grannyism).I’ll post some of the relevant items here.Hopefully somebody will see them.
    The 4th of July speech Obama didn’t make

    Barack Obama, regarded by the alt-left as the alt-president, was back home in Indonesia for the Fourth of July holiday, and there’s clearly something in the water in the Islamic world. Whatever it is, it brings out the missionary in the man that most of us regard as merely a former president.

    No sooner had Michelle unpacked the family suitcases eight years ago than Mr. Obama ordered up Air Force One and hurried off to Cairo to make his famous apology to the Muslim world for all the manifold sins America has inflicted on the followers of Muhammad.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jul/3/fourth-of-july-speech-obama-never-made/

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  3. Pistol Pete

    The making of ‘America the Beautiful’

    Katharine Lee Bates, a 33-year-old English literature teacher at Wellesley College, was on “a merry expedition up Pike’s Peak” in Colorado in 1893 when she looked out “over the sea-like expanse of fertile country spreading away so far under those ample skies.”

    In an instant, she said, “the opening lines of the hymn floated into my mind.” Those lines became “America the Beautiful” — a song that will feature today in countless parades and band concerts.
    http://nypost.com/2017/07/03/the-making-of-america-the-beautiful/

    LEVIN CLOSES HIS SHOW EVERY FRIDAY WITH THIS.
    OF THE MANY RENDITIONS OF THIS SONG,THIS IS FAR AND AWAY THE BEST

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  4. Pistol Pete

    Doctors Say 4th Of July Sparklers Are Too Dangerous For Kids. Try BUBBLES AND POM-POMS Instead

    GRANNY NEVER LET US SHOOT OFF FIRECRACKERS(WORRIED WE’D BLOW OUR FINGERS OFF)
    BUT SHE DID GIVE US SPARKLERS AND THOSE CHARCOAL PELLETS WHO EXPANDED INTO ‘SNAKES’ WHEN YOU LIT THEM.
    “They’re actually not so benign,” Dina Burstein of the Injury Prevention Center at Rhode Island Hospital told WJAR. “And I think what people don’t realize is that they actually burn at a very high temperature — up to 2,000 degrees — so that’s the equivalent of what a blow torch would be at.”

    Not very surprisingly, the most typical sparkler injuries are burns, Burstein added — “very commonly to the hands, often to the face, injuries to the eyes.”

    The doctor helpfully suggests using “things like pom-poms and glow sticks” instead of sparklers to celebrate America’s independence. Bubbles and noisemakers are other good substitutes, Burstein said.
    http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/03/doctors-say-4th-of-july-sparklers-are-too-dangerous-for-kids-try-bubbles-and-pom-poms-instead/?utm_source=site-share

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