Wednesday May 12th 2010, 12:06 am
Filed under: Non-Knitting

If this goes through, it means our ISP finally got its act in gear. Cloud computing isn’t supposed to rain supreme quite like that.

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The ISP is working :>)

Comment by Joansie 05.12.10 @ 5:12 am

Yes, the sunshine came through.

Comment by twinsetellen 05.12.10 @ 5:57 am

sometimes technology does a little rain dance on you — looks like your ark is intact!

Comment by Bev 05.12.10 @ 7:33 am

Let us know if you were blessed with a rainbow, after the rain. 🙂

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 05.12.10 @ 7:52 am

Yup, working. Sometimes ISP’s can be a pain. That certainly deserves a bit of humor —

Servers at Disney World’s Cinderella Castle treat the visitors like royalty — literally. After lunch the waiter asked the gentleman, “Is there anything My Lord wishes?” “Yes,” he joked, “I’d like my wife to treat me like this at home.” He bowed to the wife. “My Lord desires to be treated like a king in his castle. May I suggest a reply?” “Sure,” the wife said, “Tell him he’s spent a little too much time in Fantasy Land.”

A doctor asked an anesthesiologist how his day was. “Good,” was the response. “Everyone’s awakened so far.”

Comment by Don Meyer 05.12.10 @ 10:30 am

Sounds like the ‘reign’ turned to ‘rain’.

In pre-computer days I worked in a hospital who had an Irish orderly who’s favourite expression used to be ‘Don’t push the button’ (that is because it was his job), I often wonder how he would fare in today’s computer-driven world. He is probably no longer on earth, he had a problem with the bottle and I doubt his liver could still be a working state.

Comment by StellaMM 05.12.10 @ 5:09 pm

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