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Mourning Sasha

Sasha was a good friend of mine, we used to spend the day and night together, Sasha served me well and honestly I wasn't expecting such news from Toshiba Service Center about her condition.


And the beast shall be made legion. Its numbers shall be increased a thousand thousand fold. The din of a million keyboards like unto a great storm shall cover the earth, and the followers of Mammon shall tremble.




Goodbye Sasha, Goodbye my good Tecra A8, I will always remember you.

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