Stopped For Tuesday's Question?

Stop for Tuesday's Question? I sat at my desk ready to work at 8 am my time, (crazy time) and my computer refused to cooperate . The PC box said something about needing to be up-dated and being low on memory...excuse me? I'm low on memory everyday....what kind of hair brained excuse is that? Then, as if it hadn't already added insult to injury, the arrogant box head stayed on the same screen refusing to move until I agreed to comply with it's instructions! It was war...and I don't know who declared it...all I know is that it took up my entire morning! This proves that computers are too temperamental to replace people, and cannot be trusted...ever...

In any event we've worked it out and I will post Tuesday's Question shortly....so please consider coming back in a little while? I promise it will be fun, and I haven't let you down yet, have I?

Oh ...maybe I shouldn't ask that question...


Sandee said...

I wondered why you hadn't popped up in my Google reader for Tuesday's question, and now I know why. I'm gone most of the afternoon today, but will swing by when I get back home. Good luck. :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

You are the absolute greatest! I appreciate you! :))

Love, Ann

Anonymous said...

do yoou know how many times I have taken Bill gates name in vain?..hunfreds before I figured out to block the updates from Microsoft..evrytime I updated days were spent trying to get my system working properly....

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Robert, LOL I'm so glad to know I'm not alone. Poor Bill, and he's actually a pretty good guy. LOL

Thanks for understanding~

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