How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Who is the man?

James is the man. James' cousin (a computer contracting mogul with cash draining from his ears) gave James his old computer, which is probably one of the best in the house. This left James with an older box he wasn't using. He nicely allowed me to use it to component test my computer (confirming that my mobo/processor is at fault). I figured since he wasn't using it, I'd offer to borrow/rent/eventually buy the old box.

When we moved in, we provided James with a rather comfy pallet to sleep on. He mentioned that he was quite happy with it, and considered it a fair trade.

w00t! I'm gonna hook everything up, and have a functioning computer! ::glee::

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