Today is an auspicious occasion! A truly momentous day! This morning Sandra was looking at my goatee (I had just trimmed it up last night) and said that I had a number of grey hairs sprouting up. I went to the mirror and, sure enough, there they were. As Sandra can attest, I’ve been waiting
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“But I already use Adobe Acroabat Reader!”
Yes, I know that Acrobat Reader is an easy way to read PDF’s. However, have you noticed how slow it is in opening? And how it always asks you to update or install something…again and again?
“Yes, but I don’t mind,” you reply.
But can you fill in
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Many don’t like Microsoft due to the throathold they have on PC computing. I don’t mind it so much, but when I find something that works equally as well, if not better, then why not use it?
This is the case with the OpenOffice 2.0 suite. You can use it instead of Microsoft Word, Excel,
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Welcome to the hottest new spot in Yichang: Chou-Chou’s Korean Restaurant. We had to wait twenty minutes just to get a table. It was a great date-night hangout!
You pick out the raw meats and vegetables you want, and cook it up yourself in your own electric skillet. Does that make it “Korean”?
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Haagen-Dazs has arrived in our city. It’s all yours for $3.92 per small scoop or $19.36 for a quart. (Needless to say, we’re happy with our .25 cent Chinese ice cream bars.)
The Carrot-Cake Passion flavor wasn’t available. So much for that advertising that lured us in.
They also feature Illy coffee
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Sandra holding up the Yichang Tower of Pisa at Venice Pizza.