Sounds like permission to me.<br>But you would be surprised just how low I can stoop to, the degrading, humiliating, demeaning, corrupt things I will do, the lying, the cheating, the deception, the betrayal...just to get a new Mac.<br><br><br><br><br> <br><br>
Me too, Topper. Except this time around. I really don't have a need, and oddly enough I also don't have a desire for a new Mac. The G5 dual 2GHz does all I want it to do. I have a newish PB that school got me last January. It'd be nice to have a desktop at school as well as a laptop, but I can't see buying a computer for that. My son has a 15" 1.5 GHz PB, my wife has a 1 GHz iBook. We're set for a while.<br><br>You know, I never thought I'd say such a thing <br><br>____________________________________________________<br>Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,<br>But to be young was very heaven!
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I have already used the statement that something needs to go first. Somehow that never happens and he still gets the new gizmo. That is why we now own computers stretching back to Commodore 64 (which still works, by the way, anybody interested?).<br><br>Don't you guys go plotting any new ways to justify your toys.<br><br><br>
Hey, I'm just trying to preserve a happy home... go ahead and spend the cash. Don't worry, I've got the name of a good lawyer! <br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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