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today is the day that i brush up my that toshiba t320sx
damn !! 1 mb with full size hd and full size 8 bit eth cum phone card and a full size fd ...
orange palsma but dead ... guess i need " to inject orange water into it " as a pro had once suggested but i believed whatever he said ... i mean i hook it up to a multiple monitor connector box instead ...
had a peep at the config/auto files ... spotted an ext print port cdrom driver ...
ok ... i intend to start a revolution for a new order
i decided that when i'm brushing my teeth during the morning
i will brush my tongue too
the top and the bottom surface ...
the next revolution would be to brush my throat too ...
In the interest of being politically correct(and just because I don't feel like leaving anyone out)
Happy Winter Solstice
Happy Life Day
Oh, and if any of these winter greetings are incorrect(as in, 'happy' isn't used as the precursor), please leave a comment, and I will change it.