Tuesday, May 29, 2012


My internet is being soooo annoying. It completely cut out last weekend and then yesterday I fixed it, but I don't know how so if it happens again, I'm going to be stuck trying things until it works again. So if I disappear again, that's why.

Honestly, it's disconcerting to be away from the internet when you're so used to going on every day. No emails, no webcomics, no news, no Twitter! What will I do when there's no one forced to listen to my every petty complaint because they Follow me? I think up all these things to say and there's no one to enjoy my wit. I could call people up on the phone but I can never say the things I think, only type them. My speaker isn't well-connected to my thinker. It must have the same modem as my internet provider.

And while writing can be done as long as I have a keyboard and a computer, there's no easy way to do research. How am I supposed to know the effects of explosive decompression on the human body without Google, huh?

In summary, without the internet I goes the crazy. I hope to see all of you later. If I don't, well...I'm sure you'll read about what I did before they lock me up and throw away the key.


  1. I hear you. My life is so dependent on technology that I would go completely insane if I lost use of the internet/ email/ twitter for any great length of time.

  2. I know what you mean, we do take it for granted. What browser do you use? I just switched to Google Chrome from IE, I just thought mine was so slow cos my laptop's old but it's made a difference. Still freezes up fairly often though and threatens to "kill" the pages, bit scary.

  3. The cyberminions are causing trouble again...

  4. Christy was without internet earlier this week and I'm having technical problems with my laptop. Hence the blog near-silence lately. . . Dang it all anyway! Glad to pop in when we can!

  5. My internet was out on and off all day yesterday. It didn't bother me so much as I was working on other things but my poor significant other just didn't know what to do with himself. I'm not sure what he'll do when we go on our vacation this summer and we're without the internet for an entire week.

  6. I know what you mean. There was a time when no Internet wouldn't have been such a big deal for a day or so, but now... I feel cut off when I don't have the time to check in. I'd hate it if I couldn't.


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