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Re: [vox] Stolen laptop



on Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 05:22:54PM -0800, Richard S. Crawford (rscrawford@mossroot.com) wrote:
> 
> 
> Ted Deppner said:
> > On Sun, Feb 06, 2005 at 01:52:24PM -0800, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> >> During church, our car was broken into, and they stole my laptop bag,
> complete with laptop computer (I had taken it to church because I was
> using it for a Sunday school class I was teaching).  So, if any of you
> >
> > Sad to hear.  I'll assume you're Christian (given you mention Sunday),
> so you might find this interesting.  You're entitled to a 7 fold return
> (Proverbs 6:31) just because something was stolen.  However, if you give
> the thief the laptop you're entitled to a 100 fold return (Matthew
> 13:23).
> >
> > What will you do with 100 laptops?
> 
> Well, yeah, it's 100 laptops.  Trouble is, they all date from 33 a.d.
> and are stamped "Imperius Inside".  They only have a 14.4 K modem, and
> a 4 MB hard drive.  I can't even install Debian on them. Plus, there's
> sand in all the circuit boards.

Yeah, but put a 40 GiB ClayMore[tm] hard-rock drive on it and *no* theif
is going to walk off with it -- would need a fleet of semis at the
least.


Peace.

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