Blue Skies Vs. Blue Screen of Death

I love small towns and remote villages. I love the idea of going to The Town Store, because it’s the only store in town. Trips to the City are planned and taken rarely, and often with very long shopping lists, full of things that can’t be found in The Town Store.

The community that springs up when everybody just helps everyone else, ’cause it’s not like there’s anybody else to do it.

It’s spectacular.

However, sometimes, it can be a bit frustrating.

Such as if there’s this “hypothetical” situation wherein extremely important information seems to have disappeared, leaving my computer without a working operating system, and I really have no idea how to fix it, and no idea where I can find someone who might be able to magically make everything work again.

Grr. Arrgh.

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