Mary and I saw Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby yesterday. It was one laugh after another, starting with the very first scene, which was a quote that the movie attributed to...you'll have to see the movie to find out. OK, it was D-U-M dumb, but dumb is good, as far as I'm concerned. I recommend it highly.
I'm slowly coming to the conclusion that I need a new desktop computer. The one I've had for close to six years now is proving to be inadequate for even the typical applications (Word, Excel, iTunes, etc.) and there's nothing I can do about it. It would be great if I could upgrade the memory, but I've maxed that out already (it will only accept 512MB), and at this point desktops are cheap enough. The only thing that I'm not looking forward to is getting a new computer and having to pull out all of the crap they put on the hard drive, because nine times out of ten you end up uninstalling something crucial, or leaving a bunch of crap on there anyway. I'm thinking that the way to solve that would be to put the Windows installation disk in, have the computer boot to it, format the hard drive and install the operating system over again. Then I can use software to move everything off of the old computer. Does that sound like a reasonable idea? I would actually prefer to have only the operating system installed, or leave the hard drive empty and let me put everything in, but no self-respecting computer company (I'm thinking Dell) would do that, would they? The other option would be to buy a computer with a chassis, motherboard and processor in it and install all of the peripherals myself, but you know, that's just too much work. Anyone have any suggestions?
Looks like my FTP is just about done. Now I get to move it elsewhere. Whee!