You know, my dentist uses Macs and Mac dental software. But whatever software he's running is running on eMacs and running in Classic mode. He had older Macs before, but I noticed on my last checkup that he updated all of the hardware. Now he just needs to update the software.<br><br>
You're missing the joke dear.<br><br>Not your fault, it was another thing that you barely <br>caught the tail-end of.<br><br>It seems that Habs had an identity problem.<br>But one of the many things he claimed, is that he was <br>a dentist.<br><br>He didn't allow the fact that he was only 14 yr.s <br>old shake his resolve. <br>Whatever, I didn't really follow the story after the first <br>day, it all seemed a bit silly to me.<br><br>He could have still just shrugged it off and become<br>part of the community, but he always seemed to be<br>throwing tantrums, ranting, and cursing.<br>When he crossed the line by spamming individuals <br>through their IP addresses, Stan pulled the plug on him.<br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
Habs probably got his nasty self banned. It wouldn't surprise me. <br><br>My dentist and my family doctor are both all Mac. Last time I brought one of the kids in the Doc had just got a new flat panel iMac and asked me if I would set it up for him, he was concerned that he wouldn't be able to listen to iTunes Radio at lunch because the guy that sets up the machines was off that day. For doing it I got a free office visit and he gave me the full version of Otto-Matic because he doesn't play games and it came bundled. <br><br>[color:red]IRAQ</font color=red> • [color:blue]AFGHANISTAN</font color=blue>
I don't know much about 7. I started with 8.5, then 9...faster and more handsome than X. Platinum is beautiful!<br><br>Your dentist, upgrading his operating system, increases his overhead costs and will have to charge you more. You up for that? <br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
When System 7.6.1 was released I was in computer heaven, my little 7600 was amazing (and still is with a 500 MHz G3 and OS 9). But when 8.5 was released...whoa...it was like getting a new computer. My wife STILL uses Sherlock (even in X) because she got so used to it from 8.5 forward. I love OS X it's hard to imagine life without it now.<br><br>It's funny how some users get used to certain things and can't let go. The guy that turned me on to Macs is now looking at a quad AMD setup running Linux because he hates OS X, he prefers the System 7 black & white look, he hated Platinum too. He was originally from the Amiga world so that speaks volumes. He also hates Steve Jobs and doesn't like the fact that Steve pushed NeXT onto Apple (he was eagerly awaiting Rhapsody), if he hadn't Apple would be right where the Amiga is...dead for the most part. I know...he's an absolute nutcase, I tell him that all the time.<br><br>[color:red]IRAQ</font color=red> • [color:blue]AFGHANISTAN</font color=blue><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by ezyrider on 04/16/04 05:26 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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