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That is an "oh dear". I hope it isn't too long.
I bet Robin is going to laugh at loud at this one!I hope you dongle gets back to dongling its little heart out again soon xxx
Yes, "My dongle is broken" sounds a little naughty. ; )
My son has found a replacement that I can hold on to until I get a new one. What a relief!I did think of Robin when I posted this and yes, it does sound naughty!
"What shall we do with a broken dongle?What shall we do with a broken dongle?What shall we do with a broken dongle, early in the morning?"next verse somebody...
That's brilliant, Richard. I'll leave the next verse to you too!
Yes, I thought of Robin immediately when I saw this. I love Richard's song!
Oh dear - indeed.I have an iPhone so even if my internet is down, I can still remain connected - isn't life grand!
I use a popsicle stick and some duct tape to repair my dongle when it breaks...
Sylvia, I liked Richard's song, too.Lisa, that sounds like a good idea. I'm not paying for internet on my phone yet but I think I'll have to.Scott, so now I know what to do!
Ooooh - dongle! I laughed out loud when I read this title, and then I laughed again when I saw what Janey said. You guys just made my day.But I gotta tell you, if my dongle broke (I call it my USB port - sounds kinda like science fiction sex, now doesn't it??!!) - anyway - if mine broke, I'd freak, as it has my manuscript and all of my notes and changes. I have them in other places as well, but my port is my safe place, so it being broken - aaaahhhhh!!!!! Total freakout.
I was wondering if you'd see this, Robin, with us all thinking about you like that!Mine isn't a memory card it's my wireless internet connection. I don't lose data when it dies, I just lose the internet. Just! Thankfully I've got one on permanent loan now so I should be OK.
Oh, good! Glad you're fine, FH!
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