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In article <p1empl$m2o$1@gioia.aioe.org>, Mayayana<mayayana@invalid.nospam> wrote:

> 
> | >  The sad part is that he's now on a very limited
> | >retirement income, yet has gone into credit card
> | >debt in order to buy a new Mac when he could have
> | >had a new Windows PC for $300.
> |
> | ... and he could spend about half of his remaining life trying to keep
> | it working. In other words, yes, I just spent another full day dealing
> | with a Windows laptop problem.
> 
>   Actually he's handy with Windows. He just
> likes Macs. Funny guy. A Mac, an Internet
> connection, wine and a pack of Camel non-
> filters is all he craves. The rest -- including
> food and housing -- is gravy.

obviously not a blood relative. 

>    It sounds like you need someone
> who knows computers. Windows is not as
> easy as Mac, but if you're spending "yet
> another day" fixing it then there's something
> wrong. 

that's the point. something was wrong.

the other point is that there's a choice of products, some of which are
not saddled with frequent and difficult to resolve problems.