Easy peasy. RAM installed in 15 minutes. Snow Leopard in about 45, and the endless updates after. Total time: 2 hours. She says it's like a new machine. I'm keeping her on SL for a while. Why not? The BIG question… How much do I charge her?
Originally Posted By: CelandineOriginally Posted By: DLCOriginally Posted By: musicalmarv7The world is burning away and you post this nonsense here! I think you could use some of Dave's soap to clean up your act. nyuk, nyuk, nyuk, nyuk, SO what ar
...but they dare not raise their voice against the 1% who, far from "trickling down" money to raise up the middle class and in turn the entire economy.. lest the 1% cut off the flow of dough toward their 365 day a year reelections. THEY A
Bag Balm http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bag_Balm Back in dodge, I bought some of this at the farm store. Very cheap Since then, I've found that repackage in a much smaller container for drug stores and sell it fo three times the cost It really do
Originally Posted By: MrBAs a lad I would often go out to count the cattle. Not so easy as they would be spread all over in and around gullies and trees One time I reported back to my dad that we only had 196 He said, well, maybe we should round th
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