I try to ignore it.I spend all day on the computer at work, most of it writing. Then I come home and often have to write some more for my side business.There are times, lately the majority of time, it seems like, when the last thing I want to do is stare at the screen and write in my little spare time. The staring at the screen part is not so bad, but I'll usually do something mindless, not writing.That's probably my biggest writing frustration. It's not that I can't find time to write. It's that, when I have the time, I need a break from writing. I write all day, just not my own stuff. Less satisfying, but the pay is better.
Notice that the blue screen did not go blank after he yanked off the CPU unit as it would have if he had REALLY yanked the box off and hucked it . . .I think that the cords connecting the screen would have taken the screen with it as well.
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