April 29th, 2005

Angel (John)

Now this is cool.


Your Birthdate: November 30

Your birthday on the 30th day of the month shows individual self-expression is necessary for your happiness.

You tend to have a good way of expressing yourself with words, certainly in a manner that is clear and understandable.

You have a good chance of success in fields requiring skill with words.

You can be very dramatic in your presentation and you may be a good actor or a natural mimic.

You have a vivid imagination that can assist you in becoming a good writer or story-teller.

Strong in your opinions, you always tend to think you are on the right side of an issue.

There may be a tendency to scatter your energies and have a lot of loose ends in your work.

You may have significant artistic talent and be very creative.


Angel (John)

*pets pretty flist*

I woke up to one of the most horrible of disasters this morning.

NO INTERNET!

eek! *runs around the room, pulling hair and traumatizing children as well as pets*

I spent 20 min. working on it myself. Called the cable company, and worked on it another hour. Finally, the guy I was talking to had me go into the C prompt, where we discovered my IP address was gone. Tried releasing and renewing...same result. He suggested changing out the Ethernet cord, and if that didn't work then the NIC card (Network adapter).

Well did the cord...Nada

*enter panic mode* I don't know nothin bout no NIC cards!

Where do they go? How do I put them in without fucking something up on the motherboard? What do they look like? Where the hell's my pants?

Oh, uh, wrong topic.

Anyway. 15 bucks later, I've got it home and 10 min after that it's installed. Easy as hell.

Now it gets interesting.

Still no net service. *flails around the room some more, pays for psycho therapy for cat*

Call the manufacturer because it's showing that the NIC card is installed correctly, but still nothing. Nothing else they can do, so I screw around some more. Getting rid of the old card in Add/Remove programs. Checking properties on the new one. Disabling and re-establishing a new network connection.

And you know what happened?

Not a damn thing. Still nothing.

So I call the cable company. This new guy knew his stuff that's for sure. Well the first guy did too so I'm not knocking him at all. Anyway, played around some more. Finally he was able to 'grab' the modem from his end and basically give it a good kick in the ass to wake it up.

And baby I am back! *blows you all kisses as the twitching and shakes ease away*
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