December 10, 2003


I am going to crunch my McAfee software in a woodchipper if it doesn't let me on the internet soon. It's Fargo all over again.

I tell ya, I was trying to get online all evening and the stupid "Privacy Service" was filtering EVERYTHING out.

MSN must be a bad site. I must have a bad blog. The only thing it would let me see is Disney--and they are sooooooooooo safe.

This is what I got--the top of the line virus scan protection--for old ladies and paranoid mothers. I thought this was going to be a great thing, but all I get is a great big headache.

Well, anyway, I think now I have it all straightened out. I hope so.

But it really makes me wonder if I would have more problems with a virus than with the stupid software I am dealing with now. Viruses suck. Computers are the devil.

And yet I love them. I love the internet. I love typing backspace instead of using the dreaded whiteout. Technology is meant to enhance our lives, though; instead, we are underneath even more, our productivity stunted with the problems heaped even heavier. Big SIGH--

Posted by Amanda Cochran at December 10, 2003 9:53 PM

Now now, don't confuse computers with MACs. Computers are nice and friendly.

MACs are the DEVIL.

Posted by: Brian at December 11, 2003 3:29 PM

Hey Amanda, nice to see ya again! I agree with Brian....Don't get the two confused or you will be in trouble later. lol.


Posted by: Tiffany at December 12, 2003 11:35 AM

Yes, MACs are demonic. (Brian, I don't think you can parallel a plural noun with one that is singular... sorry, I've been on auto-correct for quite some time now... excuse me, please :) ).

I have a funny parody on MACs. I'll have to show it to the members of the Setonian staff sometime during spring sememster. Remind me, it's been responsible for some side-clenching laughter...

Amanda, go check out my blogs, dear. Hopefully your virus software won't tell you my blog is bad. There's a great post about CAPPUCCINO there ;)

Posted by: Karissa at December 12, 2003 12:35 PM
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