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Everything in my apartment is dying!

My houseplant is dead, I have the black lung or something, and my computer is on the road to being a large paper weight. The other night this loud CLICK CLICKCLICKCLICKCLICKCLICK sound came out of it and everything on the screen froze. It seems to be working fine now, but that's like saying "Yeah, my grandpa seems fine now after the stroke."  I need to get a new computer anyway since this one is about 7 years old.

Time for class. Hopefully when I get back my computer will still be working and I can edit this to write a little more.

EDIT: I'm back from class, and by class I mean 2 tests. I did good on one except for the part that required me to know about Picasso, and the other test I'm not too sure on. Anyway, I really don't want my computer to die. This thing is holding the past 7 years of my music, photos, class papers, everything. It's my life condensed into 1's and 0's, and I don't have a good way of backing anything up. Last time I had to reformat I tried backing things up and basically just wasted an entire afternoon before giving in and accepting that everything would be deleted. It wasn't, of course, or else I wouldn't be nearly as concerned with this recent turn of events as I am.

Between my security deposit money and upcoming birthday/xmas I think I can get my parents to go half in with me to get a new computer. I was going to save up for my trip to Florida next spring, but this seems more immediately important since I can always just save money later.

I'm gonna go play some WoW and avoid being productive. It just feels like one of those days.

EDIT EDIT: Not -everything- in my apartment is dying, President Anne Frank is still alive and well.

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