I love spaghetti. When people ask what my favorite food is on the forums I tell them spaghetti. When my wife text me asking what I want for dinner I text back spaghetti. But for the life of me, I can't remember how to spell spaghetti without googling it like I did right now.
When my first nib wore down, I ordered some more online. Took them only a week to deliver them, but that was the time I was churning out crappy deviation after crappy deviation, so you can imagine my exasperation to start drawing with my tablet again. When they finally came, I read the instructions to replace the nib. Turns out that the little tweezers used to pull the nib out of the pen had 10 more nibs surrounding it, so I basically had 20 spare nibs.
rustyironmongerFeatured By OwnerNov 10, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
I thought the same. The Apple Store salesman who conned me into buying a MacBook Air that is dependent on flash drives for storing photos, files and editing programs & lacks a CD burner and printer hookups, instead of an iMac or a reconditioned 2007-08 MacBook Pro like I had planned, never told me about the SD drive, and the SD drive is great.
alert: Apple-related segue into discussing a personal project: Due to the limitations and overheating of the MacBook Air I'm working on, I'm developing a pre-owned but certified early 2007 MacBook into something usable for me. Sourced the biggest laptop SATA hard drive I could, sourced bigger RAM, am semipermanently attaching Moshi keyboard and trackpad covers and found my OS Snow Leopard discs. It will be beefed up into OS Mountain Lion if possible and will have as much of my old work and files mined from my old external backup drive moved to it.