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The Falling prices of computer components

The text below is from my stale Amazon shopping cart.  I must have placed these items in my cart about 6 months ago when I was planning on building a new computer.  Some of the the prices have dropped a lot.

Please note that the price of SOHO 4-Port KVM Switch; VGA & PS2/USB has decreased from $123.99 to $121.18 since you placed it in your Shopping Cart. Items in your cart will always reflect the most recent price displayed on their product detail pages.



Please note that the price of Samsung Blu-Ray Combo Internal 12XReadable and DVD-Writable Drive with Lightscribe SH-B123L/BSBP has decreased from $79.99 to $69.99 since you placed it in your Shopping Cart. Items in your cart will always reflect the most recent price displayed on their product detail pages.



Please note that the price of Antec Titan 650 ExtendATX Server Case (Black) has decreased from $209.63 to $179.99 since you placed it in your Shopping Cart. Items in your cart will always reflect the most recent price displayed on …

ASU Rams win their first home game for 2011

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I went to this game.  It was a perfect fall evening.  The ASU marching band and Ram Dancers were wonderful.











SportsSubscribeBring on VSUSeptember 11, 2011Wingate, which is the same team that took Valdosta State -- ASUs opponent next week -- to double overtime last weekend, is trounced Saturday night by the No. 7 nationally ranked Rams, 49-28, in their home opener as ASU moves to 2-0.



via Albany Herald | Sports.

Believe It or Not

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Disclaimer: This Blog post is the opinion of the author.  Be warned that this article may challenge your beliefs in theology and the after life.  If you have a firm belief and practice a particular brand of religion do not continue to read this Blog post as it may offend you. It is not the intent of this article to deny or challenge anyone's choice in believing anything they want.  This article is just for fun and means nothing.

This summer I started watching one of my favourite TV shows on NetFlix, Star Trek: Voyager. Like all of the Star Trek series and science fiction in general I like the way the stories challenge you to think differently about what you think to be real. Sometimes what we continue to believe can be a blind spot to acquiring new information. A lot of scientific breakthroughs in the history of this planet have had to face opposition from the established beliefs that were being challenged by new ideas.



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