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10-02-2007 @ 2:21PM
AOL is a dinosaur. My wife uses it on her computer and is forever bugging me to fix some problem with AOL's inability to play nicely with her computer. One of my favorites is storing anything she downloads in a subdirectory miles deep into the Windows AOL architecture, unreachable from outside the program to all but a few intrepid explorers. "I don't know where that photo I just downloaded went to." "Get rid of that crappy AOL and you will."Oh...and yay WoW!
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