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March 04, 2008



Zoe is totally rocking the high ponytails.


You know, my powerbook dies every time I fly for about a day or so. And Mr. B's did last time we flew, too.

I can't imagine what it is, but maybe there's something about them that doesn't fly well?

Bali Hotel

Lovely holiday on the paradise island of Bali. It is such a great holiday destination in Asia with long white sandy beaches, exciting Balinese culture and friendly hospitable people. It is easy to travel to Bali and find your desire hotels n Bali.

Timothy Burke

Even the spammers of Bali are efficient and reasonably on-topic! It's a paradise.

Eva Jettmar

Reset the PRAM 5 times. Restart and hold the "P", "R", "Option" and "Apple" keys simultaneously while starting up -- hold until computer has restarted 5 times.

Maybe it was something about the temperature or humidity there?

belle waring

eva!! email me!

Dan West

The clock on the Apple machines are funny beasts, they go back to factory settings every time the battery on the laptop dies. Just an annoying part of an otherwise good machine. Good luck!

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