The watch thing happened to me until the East Coast blackout of 2003. I used
to have baskets of dead watches. Since the blackout, I've been able to wear
watches. They still die a lot faster than they do on other people if they're
battery-powered, but at least I can wear 'em now. I also beta tested a watch
for Timex (I kid you not; who knew they beta test watches, anyway?) that had
a battery that was supposed to be guaranteed to last three years. It made it
nine months on me, which is a personal record. 
I also have street light, um, issues. However, I have never been kidnapped
by aliens. Born of them, perhaps, but not kidnapped by any. :-)


[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mike Guest
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 5:21 AM
Subject: RE: [ActiveDir] OT: Possessed PCs

Your father is probably mild….


p.html these guys (if you believe them) have real problems.


Mike Guest
IT Solutions
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Sent: 01 December 2006 23:58
Subject: RE: [ActiveDir] OT: Possessed PCs


Happens with my father and watches as well. The man cannot wear a watch
without it dying within weeks. But thats another story. If you can isolate
the symptoms to time of day or even the remote chance its a bad ballast
(flouresent lighting used to cause occasional problems with old CRTs), etc.
Atleast you can start to wittle things down a bit. But in this case it
sounds like RF overlap. Perhaps there is one mouse that is emitting too
strong a signal. 

I was a bit thrown this morning though when I thought I read that this was
happening with corded devices as well. 

Brent Eads
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