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I was smiling the whole entire time! I was so happy that my mom got internet! She didn’t want to pay an extra buck so she decided to install it by herself (with some help of her children). Bad choice! We took an hour and maybe more trying to find out hat the instructions said. Until we turned on the computer and everything was installed correctly!
This story is just to tell that even so us girls can not read instructions, we can still install some diffucult wiring. It is a good thing we installed it well………….I think?
By Leslie Zavala on 02.24.2009
I don’t know how to install Linux on to my computer. I do know how to install World of Warcraft since I have done it like 50 times. I don’t know what to write using the word install!
By Sam on 02.24.2009
My parents, brother and I were visiting our family in San Diego for Christmas. So I brought my PSP and let my older cousin play with it. Later he ask me if I wanted internet on it. I said yes. than he installed it for me.
I asked him how do you install the internet on the psp and he told me that you could learn on the internet. Than I learned how to install internet on my PSP. I showed my brother how to do it.
By kyle on 02.24.2009
I would install you into my life.
I miss your cursor memories
And that hard drive that you called life.
Don’t delete me, for this notepad
May be misspelled, but I still love you
And that, may be a new virus all in itself.
By Suppes on 02.24.2009
install this, bitch
By Alex on 02.24.2009
I don’t like installing software or any sort of electronic type item. I’m horrible at installing things because I don’t take time to read the directions, and when I do read the directions I get more confused than when I started. Installing items should be left to the professionals.
By Nick on 02.24.2009
I DO NOT SIGN UP 4 ANYTHING, I SOMETIMES READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS WHEN DOWNLOADING AND GOING ON TO ONLINE GAMES SITES, I DO NOT SHARE PERSONAL IFORMATION,
By BOB SAGET on 02.24.2009
Ummm welll that aloy of things can go on the internet without you knowing people can find out alot of things about you like wher you live whatis your last name who are your friends what is your brithday it is very scary how much people can find out about you
By cassidy on 02.24.2009
my infermation gets put on about mabye 3 days a week the minamum and we should beable to have are infermatio to are selfs alot more then handing out it all the time.
By Christopher Gulka on 02.24.2009
On the internet I play plenty of games that I might give out info that could get me into lots of trubble.
By mitchell on 02.24.2009
Everyone’s privacy is important. Everyday facts about you can be released about you on the internet. If you were chatting to someone you don’t know or if you posted pictures of yourself and your friends.
By Kaitlyn on 02.24.2009
I know that 12,000 people’s identity’s get stollen, and that you have the right to say no you store attendtents when they ask for your adress, postal code, or phone number. I know that It is really scary how people can just steal somthing from your personal account like facebook or msn,
By Danika on 02.24.2009
Install? To put into place… to take something and make it a part of me? I don’t know if i am ready for that kind of commitment just yet. Can’t we have a few drinks first? Get to know one another… I just think there has to be some middle ground between hello… and install.
By Anviroid on 02.24.2009
We installed a new fridge yesterday. It took forever to install. Installing fridges is not fun. Dont’ ever install anything. Installing is only for trained professionals.
By zach on 02.24.2009
When using personal information on a website, make sure that the people that are asking for it aren’t hackers. Look at the URL adress and make sure that you can trust them.
By Dallas on 02.24.2009
How to install install. What is install? I dont’ know and I really don’t care. You can install install if you know what it is.
By ryan on 02.24.2009
I will need to install my fish tank. It
By Michelle on 02.24.2009
I installed a computer in a microwave. I also installed a printer in a microwave.
By shaquiin on 02.24.2009
I waited as the new program slowly installed itself- sighing to myself and groaning about the amount of time it was taking. I stared blankly at the computer screen ad watched my reflection in the glass. Then I turned my gaze at the wilderness outside my window located next to me. The lake was reflecting the sunlight the clouds were not covering up. The bank itself was soft looking and undisturbed by the general anticts of the average tourist. In fact, there was an eight-point buck staring right back at me, its elegantly muscled body shaded by the trees that had grown there.
As I admired the beautiful animal, a loud “DING!” woke me from my trance. The progfram had finally configured itself on my screen. I smiled slightly and began to work, typing loudly and almost forgeting thhe calming scene that had juyst laid itself out in front of me moments before.
By Wolf on 02.24.2009
“this will take a while to install,” the tech said, but I wasn’t really listening to him because doing stuff with computers is his job, not mine, and the lapse in activity was filled, as would any other be, with a different thought about her. This time, the small of her back, those two little dimples girils have above their butts that serve no practical purpose other than to make you look where you shouldn’t.
By Michael Harper on 02.24.2009
I have little time
to waste my energetic strength
for your rowdiness
By A.J. Chilson on 02.24.2009
I got a new computer yesterday. Used all of the install discs I could find to make it all special and pretty and ready to go. So far, all I know is that it access oneword just fine.
By Sare on 02.24.2009
install it use it break it fix it point it click it quit, rewrite it.
something like that :)
a little daft punk technologic if you will <3
By jl on 02.24.2009
sometimes i wonder if i have installed the battery in my camera charger thingie right … oh wait, it needs to shine GREEN .. ahhhhhh . Installation is more an art word than a tech word … isnt it?
By Daryl on 02.24.2009
I have to install something new into my life. Like my PC.
By sarah noelle on 02.24.2009
The word “install” scares me. “We want to install a really expensive part in your car”. Or my husband saying “I am going to install a new program in our computer”. Oh…wait for it…here it comes…he installs a new program and then nothing else works properly. Time and again this happens and he still goes for it.
By Paulie on 02.24.2009
they’re coming to install the new you soon
it’s an upgrade I’m sure of it.
By Sorrel on 02.24.2009
put some nice things in your life and let them stay there so you always know where to find them.
put moments of truth, beauty, happiness and love in your life.
By karin busch on 02.24.2009
Install is where I generally deposit my feces when I am out and about. I dont prefer doing my buisness install but sometimes it is just simply a necessity. Yesterday at half price books i dropped off a few kids at the pool in stall.
By chris bryan on 02.24.2009
they came yesterday to install the piece that I needed to keep living. They opened my head, cracked the skull and went inside my brain. i was awake for the entire procedure.
I felt the prodding instruments and the poking of the scalpel. The stitches pulled and tugged, but the piece was in place. My thoughts are vivid . . .
By AJ Brown on 02.24.2009
installation fear rejection misery mini series ministries jasper o’farrell’s. french fries onion rings sasafrass mistakes made
By serious on 02.24.2009
It only took 37 seconds, but to him it seemed like a lifetime. The seconds dragged by, each tick of the clock in the corner of his stark room loud in his ears. Finally, it was completed… but it wasn’t quite what he had had in mind.
By atiica on 02.24.2009
install yourself comfortably under your goose down duvet and find yourself carried away to a great land where sleep, peace, and beautiful dreams await you.
By Tabatha on 02.24.2009
kit form to go stop door font back goofy dog cat stallled ging coors jumble victory step after xexit botom cambles soap jumping frost scannable goodness time is slow deconsturct permit software and or lost lose need not for
By jim on 02.24.2009
My computer software
if not for the horrible blue screen
or thirty pop ups
that make me feel swamped
tax forms in order to have fun
red tape to listen to music
I wish i could uninstall
By Jeremy S. on 02.24.2009
The word install is a frustrating word. As soon as i heard the word install, it suddenly brings me to mental frustration. Just thinking about the word reminds of wires, electricity, and extreme caution because I can’t think about doing it myself.
By marcia levin on 02.24.2009
installing is something that all of us take for granted. Could you imagine trying to manually put something on a computer?! Good luck, you would need like ten degrees and knowledge of binary code. Thank god for install wizard, i wonder what other powers he has?
By Bradley on 02.24.2009
I installed a computer for the first time when I was three. I don’t know how I did it, but I do know why – Mom was sitting on the floor, crying and crying because Dad wasn’t there to help her, and she couldn’t get the damn thing to turn on. So I toddled over – or walked, perhaps, my babyhood didn’t last long – and I matched up the colors like it was a game, a game in which the prize was for Mommy to stop crying, and when I pushed the button the whole world lit up with light.
By Kelly on 02.24.2009
Food not lawn
digg a garden
play the ukulele
saw a seed
By Nicola on 02.24.2009
What have I have installed today? Some trouble. Some software updates. Some oatmeal. What will I install tomorrow? More oatmeal, less trouble.
By asmentko on 02.24.2009