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You really have to shop around before you plunk down any coin on a netbook. I was seriously looking at netbooks last year for my son at Christmas time and ended up with a laptop instead. I got a very nicely equipped Compaq, with the "throw it on the floor and jump on it" replacement plan and sales tax for under $400. It even came with MS Office.

Tom

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Speaking of Holy Mackeral...

The new abstract painting of Custer's Last Stand is now on display here in Chicago. It's huge. At the top of the picture is a large fish with a halo glowing above the fish's head.

Below the fish are thousands of native americans having intercourse.

Title of picture is "Holy Mackeral, look at all those f**cking indians".

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Speaking of Holy Mackeral...

The new abstract painting of Custer's Last Stand is now on display here in Chicago. It's huge. At the top of the picture is a large fish with a halo glowing above the fish's head.

Below the fish are thousands of native americans having intercourse.

Title of picture is "Holy Mackeral, look at all those f**cking indians".

Jerry Simon & Redd Fox. Twins separated at birth?

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We've been directing inspectors to the CTL2go tablet for $499. Meant for school kids, it's got a rubber handle, is water resistant and has a very hard case. You check out the details at http://www.ctlcorp.com/v4/p-715-ctl-2go ... -home.aspx . It's a little more expensive than the netbook obviously but for a tablet $499 is the best you'll do, especially with a 9" screen. The handwriting recognition is really good too.

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I picked up the CTL2Go a few weeks ago; it's a wonderful little machine, but the keyboard will challenge folks that are not excellent typists. I really like it.

This netbook is so in demand, the company is unable to fill orders; their website is telling folks to get in line and wait.

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Kurt, glad you're liking it :) Most guys are telling me it's taking about 10-14 days to get theirs, which is about how long I waited. One of the inspectors here in CA I talked to did a 5 hour, 4600 square foot house + outbuildings and still had about an hours battery left.

Train the handwriting recognition. Once you've used it a few times it works great! I have little hard time with the small keyboard too so I avoid it and just write on the screen. I can get 5-6 words at a time, tap the enter button on the handwriting software and keep writing.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I picked up the CTL2Go a few weeks ago; it's a wonderful little machine, but the keyboard will challenge folks that are not excellent typists. I really like it.

This netbook is so in demand, the company is unable to fill orders; their website is telling folks to get in line and wait.

I have three of these all brand new and one needs a new home if interested drop me a note celambert123@yahoo.com

Chuck

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