That means more pictures and ephemera coming. Woohoo!
Yay for scans!Two thumbs up for yesterday's quote! :)
Ahh, the wisdom in knowing when not to open your mouth.
I resemble that cartoon.It really hurt the day I first heard songs from my college years being described as "Golden Oldies"; to me that meant songs like Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini and She Wore Blue Velvet.Snif.
But you used it once, and nicely, too.
The "oldies" stations around here play the hits from the 1970's and 1980's. THAT makes me feel even older!!!
Kenju, you're doing a good job making us all feel old! For me, an oldie station would play music from the 50s and maybe the very early 60s.
I thought it would just be a matter of time.
Kenju, watch out for that all-in-one. That's the model HP machine I have that suddenly needed to be "re-flashed" and wouldn't work (due, of course, to the "C"). If it happens to you, pull the power plug, wait, and then plug it back it. I'm NOT kidding. That's all it took.John
ROTF... sounds like something I would say!!
I never realized how much I am so much like Norman Drabble's father.Is that good or bad?
I'm catching up here. Congrats on the new scanner and boy, could I EVER relate to your problems with the software! I always run into that and find it aggravating it just refuses to work right the first time. But enjoy the scanner.
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