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Re: frapper

You're missing their point, Kitty.  They wouldn't be so rich if they
made a product  you wouldn't have to replace.  The way they got
so rich is by making products we have to replace.  The new
computers are usually obsolete by the time we get them.

In a message dated 10/21/2005 5:03:01 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:
I have several friends who for some reason think I know so much about
computers when I will readily admit I'm still a novice after 10 years at it.
If Microsoft is so darned rich off this stuff you'd think they'd make a
product I wouldn't have to replace.

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