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Travel Nightmares: Was that crunching sound my notebook computer?

Clive Maxfield
10/21/2011 02:10 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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re: Travel Nightmares: Was that crunching sound my notebook computer?
Max The Magnificent   10/22/2011 10:45:12 AM
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The funny thing is that your story will probably trigger another one from me :-)

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David Ashton   10/22/2011 9:11:04 AM
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For some reason Max this triggered memories of another nightmare trip I had years ago. The only common thread is carrying something....but I'll write it up and send it to Brian.

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