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PC Doesn't Just Get Mad; It Gets Even

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

While I am on the subject of machines we deal with daily in the office and the overwhelming temptations they inspire in us to discharge large bore shotguns in their direction when they malfunction or consume time which would otherwise be billable for reason or reasons unknown to any but the most technologically sophisticated or those with psychic powers, let me mention my Computer. Hmm. I didn't capitalize that. I wonder what happened? Operating the key to shift the case doesn't seem to do anything. Never mind. I'll just keep writing.

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