Monday, November 15th, 2010
Ugh. I hate Monday mornings after an embarrassing loss. Here’s a lesson for you football fans out there- if your team defeats a division rival in the last regular season game to prevent them from making the playoffs, that rival team will come back the next year and go up thirty-five to nil in the first half. To the Broncos credit, they took it out on the Chiefs with proper vengeance, and I can’t fault them for that. But it sure is disappointing to lose sole possession of first place. Such is life- there are still seven games to be played.
There’s an exciting new development in iResQ Repairs! Effective immediately we are installing solid state drives in your MacBook or MacBook Pro! For those of you who may not be familiar with solid state drives, here’s the skinny. Hard disk drives have several moving parts that, like any other machine, break down over time. That’s when you lose all your precious data- your pictures, your iTunes library, your irreplaceable internet video gems. But have no fear, for there’s an alternative to the unreliable platters of the hard disk format. A solid state drive has no moving parts, only flash memory, so there’s nothing to break down. And now you can have one installed in your very own Apple notebook. Just check out our notebook repairs for the new 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB SSD options. We’re taking orders now, so go at it. And you can save up all the parts from your failed hard drives to make something awesome, like this:
Have a great week.
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