A Fatal Exception Error 0E has occured . . .

It's hard to explain...

Don't you just hate it when that happens?

Or maybe it was this:

Fatal exceptions 0E typically occur when the operating system tries to access virtual memory on a demand-paged basis and the requested page of memory is missing or damaged, or when a paging protection rule is otherwise violated. When occurring in the 0028 memory range, it nearly always means that a device driver is implicated in the problem.

But no danger of that in Nevada:

That's too bad! I think I liked Kimbers's suggestions better.

Oh well, I guess it's back to business as usual then.

The show must go on... Press any key to continue...

There's got to be more to life than this.

Maybe Hugh got the right idea---the part about fishing.

I can see how there is a lot of appeal to it.

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