Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Andy Warhol ate my Scanner!

In the past week, I've slowly realized that all machines are out to get me. From broken monitors, new motherboards in need of repair, and a DVD player that destroys DVD's, it's been hard NOT to notice. And then tonight, as I get ready to scan a bunch of stuff in for this week's update, this happens:
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My scanner is either getting experimental on me or is very, very broken.
Update: Sorry about the shape of this week's update, but I got thrown all out of whack by losing my voice to some random bug (illness, not a random insect flying into my throat) and my scanner not wanting to work. I'm not bitter. My karma just keeps kicking me in the crotch. On that note: God bless and see you the hell later.


Blogger John said...

Sorry to hear abour your rash of bad luck. I had a bug not unlike that one for the past few days. Hope you feel better. I will see you on iSketch, I will be on around 9 eastern due to work...

4:37 PM  
Blogger Adam Holwerda said...

Did you think maybe your scanner is trying to tell you something? Along the lines of "your deformed artistic efforts are just too much for me! I shall surely die or go insane!"?

10:49 PM  
Blogger Collin said...

Arrgh! I've been lamenting the fact that my scanner is silly slow, but I suppose I should just be grateful that it's still working.

Sorry I missed you on Sunday for iSketch. We were out of the house until nearly 11 and I had to get to sleep for work. Also, I'll be mising tonight most likely due to it being my daughter's birthday. I might be able to get on for an hour after 9 my time, but I can't promise anything.

9:54 AM  
Blogger Scary Jackalwumman said...

I never thought a scanner could up and suddenly die some day... how very odd. It could be possessed, you know. Your old computer could be hanging around and poltergeisting. Wooooo! *wiggly fingers*

Anyway. If you're running the room tonight I'll be there. (Sorry about Sunday. There's this nastyass little pollen called "mountain cedar" here and it's been causing hell that Dante could never dream of.)

2:38 PM  

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