2 thoughts on “No Internet

  1. It’s contagious — we’ve been having Internet problems in Texas, too. Imagine: when I was a boy there was no Internet! (Color television was a novelty; email did not yet exist.) Nowadays, however, it’s hard to imagine fulfilling my daily responsibilities without high-speed Internet. Reminds me of Daniel 12:4b.

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    • “many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased”
      Yep, that is appropriate! Trouble is, the knowledge stopped for awhile. Now internet back up. Yeah!

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