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tech question and a quick summary of our road trip
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Nerd question: I installed a new Airport Extreme at McLeod and now the photobooth can't find the wireless network anymore. Does anyone know what might be wrong with it? Do I need a new wireless card for the PC? Shouldn't the Airport Extreme be backwards compatible? Is there a special setting I need to set?

If you could be rich in money, health, or emotions, which would you choose?

Our mini-roadtrip vacation last week was so fun. We had good family time, got some wedding planning done, saw Kellianne's old friends and their new baby (Pete, Molly, and Henry), met another good old friend (Tom), another good old friend (Katie), our mutual friend (Jess), another old friend (Kathy), got to see a bunch of the New York friends (Alice, Harry, dB, Misha, Camille, Chris), and we got to see The Verve. Some pictures here

I love "one night only" visits, especially 4 in a row in 4 different cities.

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does rich mean a lot of or just as much as I want?

I can imagine having too much emotion and too much wealth.

Is it possible to have too much health? If not, then maybe that means that health is what I would choose.

On the other hand, maybe there is such a thing as too much health.

Re: does rich mean a lot of or just as much as I want?

I think rich means as much as you want.

And, just like you can have so much money that it creates problems for the rest of your life, I think you can become so obsessed with health that it causes other parts of your life to suffer. But yeah, generally you assume you can't have too much of health if you define it as balance.

But what is it about health that makes it better than the other two, other than the fact that it's resilient to having too much of it?

Re: does rich mean a lot of or just as much as I want?

Maybe it's because that's the only one of the three that we know we will not be rich in in the end.

At any point in my life there is still the possibility that I might fall in love, make a bad business decision, get rich, get depressed, etc. But there's going to be some point where I'm not going to get any healthier.

That's not necessarily a bad thing either... if people came up with cures for all chronic diseases, and nobody had to die of old age, that would make a lot of decisions a lot more difficult...

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