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Through a series of stupid, cascading mistakes I made that more or  
less wore out my patience, I opted to up-grade the Mac yesterday to OS  
X Leopard. Of course I gritted my teeth--c'mon, man, leopard?--but I  
installed it anyway. Leopard is to OS X what Vista is to Windows [or  
vice versa], that is, the latest, grandest, most perfect pocket-picker  
since the last time upgrades were issued. Main difference is Leopard  
works. And, for anyone interested, it's the best operating system I've  
ever fussed with, smart, quick, and elegant.

Eight days and counting, then...
Me an' Squinty
On The Road

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