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    No more stress
    Hello, I am amazed. I have been relieved of stress that I didn't know I had. I am already a type A personality and like things to work well. When I brought my MB home for the first time this past November I had no idea how much stress my PS was giving me! I can't believe I waited this long, why was I so stubborn? What a difference the world is with a Mac!

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    They never call. No need.

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    Rock on!

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    I agree. Now my only computer stress is from my wife's occasional requests to help her with her PC and being forced to use MS at work.....
    Dragonhunter

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    GS3 - Nexus 7 - 13in Macbook

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    I have been relieved of stress that I didn't know I had.

    If you did not know you had it you ain't been stressed brother! Why was you so stubborn? We ain't the ones to answer that lol!!

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    Yeah.... I'm glad everyone is relieved of their stress because APRIL 15th is coming soon and for those of us who owe Uncle Sam =

    But at least I'm happy when I'm in front of my MacBook.

    Regards.

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    Be happy that you make enough to owe Uncle Sam. I got my 400 dollar making work pay credit to supplements by 107 dollar return. At least you have a job that gives you money. I'm lucky that I have a very skewed opinion on what I need from a computer, and will buy a Mac even if I can't actually afford it at the time.

    To the OP - welcome to the light.

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    As i Have mentioned before on this Forum, the difference between a PC running Windows and a Macintosh is 'No Hassle' factor.

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    Yeah.... I'm glad everyone is relieved of their stress because APRIL 15th is coming soon and for those of us who owe Uncle Sam =

    But at least I'm happy when I'm in front of my MacBook.

    Regards.

    Well you are just full of good thoughts !

    Clay
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    I've had the iMAC (24"/8MB/2TB) for one week running PhotoShop....and I am addicted.

    Today at work two guys were having a very serious discussion about some sort of Win-PC virus or something...which switch to flip, what virus cleaner to run etc etc.....

    I was good! I never said a word! They were already stressed enough!

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    I LOVE my MBP! period. I have to "fix" a network, all day everyday. I have ONE Redhat Linux server, and, I love it too! My Mac, and my RedHat Works!!!!

    I've had mine for 3 months, and can't think of a world without my MBP!!!!

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    I switched from PC to this wonder machine less than a month ago, and I'm still asking questions about its inner-workings... but I do have an "excuse", I started fooling with these machines 12 years ago, at the tender age of 80, and is harder to navigate these contraptions than younger folks... it's keeping me out of "trouble", though.

    Pete (The Oldfella)

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    Screw M$. I've done so much PC crap, the simple things I over complicate things on the mac because it's so much harder on a M$.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldfella View Post
    I switched from PC to this wonder machine less than a month ago, and I'm still asking questions about its inner-workings... but I do have an "excuse", I started fooling with these machines 12 years ago, at the tender age of 80, and is harder to navigate these contraptions than younger folks... it's keeping me out of "trouble", though.

    Pete (The Oldfella)
    As the kids today would say, "you are full of WIN." (it's a compliment!)

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