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Today you can purchase almost anything online. Where do you begin your search? What happens when there is a problem? The search alone can be long, arduous and many times frustrating or disappointing. While it is easy to purchase computer equipment online from the comfort of your home, there are some issues to bear in mind.
With all of the options currently available, it is moderately difficult just to search for computers, computer systems or just basic computer hardware. If you seek more specialized computer equipment, you may be off on a very intensive, drawn out search. Due to the wide variety in capacity, speed, and form factor, the search for a computer memory module can be one of the most frustrating quests of all!
What happens if you need to return an item such as a computer memory module? Your entire computer system may be down, or operating at severely reduced capacity for the duration of the transaction. Return a major piece of computer hardware and you are truly dead in the water! Many times the failure of the seemingly most insignificant piece of computer equipment will thwart near-term computer systems operation.
So when you're buying computers online, search and compare prices and availability. Always look for specials and clearance items; it may be just what you need! Check out shipping options as well as their availability in your area. And lastly, clearly understand your rights and restrictions with regard to returning your purchase.
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Focusing on Focus on the Family's Myths and Facts Concerning Marijuana
Dr. Dobson, president and founder of Focus on the Family, is a recognized and respected leader of the modern day Christian community. For many he is the ultimate authority on issues facing the Christian family and his advice is generally followed.
The Stones We Throw Have Now Become Bullets
I have been visiting pages of the pro-family, anti-drug user sites. They think marijuana legalization will be bad for the family. What about the family of Tom Crosslin? What about Rolland's son? Was the prohibition of marijuana good for their families? Did these men deserve to die? What gives these groups the idea that people deserve to be punished for their use of marijuana? From the Bible? No indeed. Do they care? That remains to be seen.
Editorial: In Memory of Joey - A Testimony
Joseph Edward Vaughn, my brother, died Friday, June 3rd, 1994. He was 22. He drank, smoked pot, and gave tattoos. He liked Ozzy Osborne, KISS, Nirvana, Poison, Guns and Roses and Black Sabbath. He also liked Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks. He was a reluctant artist that could do aerial flips.
Lost in the muck and mire of contemporary Christianity and all its trappings, I took everything it told me to heart. I condemned his interests, his music, his lifestyle. Only after he was gone did I see that there is no love in condemnation. And the love that I thought I had been giving, wasn't really there.
They Thought They Were Free...
"What no one seemed to notice, ... was the ever widening gap ... between the government and the people. ... And it became always wider. ... the whole process of its coming into being, was above all diverting, it provided an excuse not to think for people who did not want to think anyway ... "
Being Right - Has the Quest Been Forsaken?