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My old 2011 Mac Mini is a ticking time bomb. Ive already had to repair the magnet in the trackpad three times. The mouse is still working fine, but everytime I plug it in the mouse pad, the ball or “paw” that tracks your clicks becomes unresponsive. I always have to unplug and replug it in order to regain control.
I dont know how old these are, but theyre relatively new.
Is there a solution to fix this?
Did my mouse die?
Thanks in advance!
No, the mouse didn’t die. The magnet is failing, so the tracking is intermittent.
To date, it’s easy to conclude that the stories on this website are primarily written by libertarians, even if that’s not quite the case. However, this isn’t a libertarian site; I’ve yet to read one sentence that I personally disagree with. My goal is to “be not afraid, for it is written ‘I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and the understanding of the prudent I will frustrate.’ I am the one who says ‘let him who boasts, boast no more.’” (Isaiah 29:14.) I am not a libertarian, nor do I want to be.
It’s true that libertarianism, an ideology most commonly associated with modern political movements, is not likely to be influenced by the mention of Christianity—and I’ve already stated that, so it’s pretty much irrelevant—but I wonder if a libertarian mindset can even exist in the framework of a Christian worldview.
In what has been a really good week for the image-forming powers of radio (and, potentially, an even better week for Christians), here’s a brief narrative of what’s been happening in the news.
We are in the middle of peak news season (apparently it starts after Labor Day), but as the deadline for the March and April “Public Policy Polls” to release their data approaches, there are still a few more items for your consideration. The latest news:
• There are now 16 states (plus the District of Columbia) in which more than one-third of the voters favor repeal of Roe v. Wade. That’s a dramatic change from just four years ago, when only three states favored repeal—and five states at that time favored abortion