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Error 404

It was cute the first time.  This is just pathetic.  😛

The management regrets that the regularly scheduled blogpost is not available at this time, because of non-production problems.  A nap stretched into a coma, and my Muse was not amused.

Any of you who came here expecting humor, wit, interesting trivia, or even another numb-minded and mind-numbing rant, please click on the link another day. All of the aforementioned, and even more, will be provided.   😀

Normal programming will resume on Monday, Jan. 27/20, with a cascade of comedy.  Anyone who wishes to do so may stop at the box office on the way out, and a full refund will be issued.

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8 thoughts on “Error 404

  1. Oh no! I’m going through withdrawals, I depend on my Archon’s Den fix. Computer bugs make us hack out our guts coughing up the dreaded virus. Hope it gets well soon.


  2. But I don’t know if I can go on with my life…


  3. Rivergirl says:

    Oh! The horror…..


  4. Jim Wheeler says:

    Speaking of errors, I recently was ready to junk my HP printer which has been balky at printing for a long time. I was usually able to bring it back to life by unplugging it for a minute, fussing with the settings, and re-downloading its driver, but then it went, like you, into a coma. (Ever wonder why there are so #&*@! many models of these things? Beats me, except planned obsolescence?) Anyway, searching desperately, I came across a new software app and the problems evaporated! I wonder how many perfectly good machines now rest in the landfills? What a world!


    • Archon's Den says:

      I hear ya. I also have a first-world problem. My perfectly good dishwasher stopped perfectly washing our dishes. I paid a technician $250 to come in. He spoke sternly to it, and it did its job again…. for six more months, before it went on a different hiatus. I paid the same tech another $250 for a house-call. He massaged the motherboard, and even offered a mani/pedi, but the mother wouldn’t work any more. It’s a Sears Kenmore unit. Not only is Sears as extinct as dinosaurs, but the company that supplied their electronics is also closed, so there’s no parts or labor at either of those. The tech said that he could remove the control board and ship it to a different company for refurbishing. It would be 8 – 10 weeks, would require another $250 charge, and not even have a 30-day warrantee. I shoulda saved the first $500, and bought a new one from the company that the son works for. Fortunately, the wife discovered that I still know how to wash dishes by hand. 😉 😯


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