Yesterday, I finally got around to taking my mountain bike in to get the
crank fixed. The guy immediately noticed that the crank was a bit loose.
Worst case, it would have cost around $100 to replace and fix and then
tune up the bike. So, I bought a new one for about $80 more; a low-end
. That older bike had been with me for a while. (I traded
it in for discount.)
They upgraded me to Windows
XP at work. It’s been good so far. They moved a few things around, but
everything seems to be configurable to the way you want it. My brother-in-law
said it generally looks like Fisher Price.

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