Thursday, March 29, 2007

"I Won't Change By The Glamorous."

I had planned a post about the girl who sits behind me in class, but that is kinda hard to write while she is sitting behind me and I was super busy today. I handed in my final project and gave a presentation for one of my classes-which now I am done with. One down, four to go...Sigh.

Then I planned to write it after I got home, but the LCD Screen on Lorenzo the Laptop shafted (which is another reason I didn't post since it hurt my eyes to look at the screen which had turned all pink, it's not as appeasing to the eyes as one might think) and I spent F-O-R-E-V-E-R on the phone with Dell (random sidenote: Dell no longer sends their tech support over to random Indians-dots not feathers-and big surprise, they were actually helpful). So I reseated the LCD cable on my laptop after prying open the case and removing the keyboard (don't act like you're not impressed) and I'm just now getting to actually sit down after getting 3 hours of sleep, leaving the house at 7 am, 2 hours of driving, 10 hours of school, giving a presentation, and I have yet to eat anything really today besides coffee (yes that counts as eating), but since I'm so dedicated to my beloved readers I wanted to leave this awesome post chock full of run on sentences, for which I am undoubtedly sure you will thank me later.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Impressed!
-Scot

lalagigi said...

im impressed
usually on those days, my GI gets backed up

some guy said...

so dell tech support no longer goes over to new delhi? that's the best news i've heard all year. but it's almost too late for me. i swore off dell forever last year after six disastrous days with those morons...

Elle Woods said...

Fear not. Some of it still goes to India, they just do it less.

Anonymous said...

To some guy:

"Morons?". Customers like you call up with stupid questions like "where is the start button? " and get irritated with those poor souls who are trying to help you! Yeah right! Those dots ARE morons. It is you guys who are technologically -handicapped and can't tell who your ISP is. Probably Dell should screen their buyers and sel their computers to people who can actually understand the configuration.Else every damn Elle Woods with a orange laptop would wanna call about their "super fun computer they got but doesn't work" query.

Elle Woods said...

Anonymous-If you're going to "talk" to my readers like that the least you can do is leave your name. As for me being an idiot with an orange laptop, last time I checked dell didn't feature anything nearly that exciting.