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Re: [vox] Stolen laptop



On Sun, Feb 06, 2005 at 01:52:24PM -0800, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> During church, our car was broken into, and they stole my laptop bag, complete 
> with laptop computer (I had taken it to church because I was using it for a 
> Sunday school class I was teaching).  So, if any of you happen to receive an 
> illicit Sony Vaio PCG-GRV670, it might just be mine.

WOW.
At Church no less.  MAN that sucks!

OOC was this in Davis, or Sac, or where?
(I figured nothing got stolen in Davis 'cept bikes ;) )


> My main consolation is that the computer is set to boot into Fedora Core 3 and 
> not Windows (it's dual-booted, but it takes a little work to get to WinXP).  
> So, once the thieves sell it for $10 drug money, whoever they sell it to 
> probably won't know how to use it.

Yeah. :^/

-bill!
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