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Rants, Like Revenge; Are Best Served Cold.....

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I sat on this article over night and I'm glad I did. While re-reading and editing, I realized it was probably the best decision I've made this week. It went beyond a rant, it went beyond releasing my Inner Crybaby.... It was scalding and mean.

But I was in a scalding and mean mood.

Yesterday found me putting the final touch on equipment that will be used in a six seat computer lab here in Taylor Texas. It will be made available for area people who don't have a computer at home. For the time being, we are using Edubuntu for our installs...that is until Ikey Doherty gets our Reglue Respin ready.

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