... that krazy glue doesn't bond to krazy glue--dried krazy glue, that is. Odd.
I was trying to fix my broken (for the fourth time) XBOX Live headset. Up until the first time this now fourth-time-broken headset broke, I'd usually just go out an buy another one. Although, that was when I had a job. I now have a job again, but my old, jobless, thrify self wanted to krazy glue this headset back together. He--I--can't, because it had been worn out by krazy glue.
So, this is now my fourth *completely* broken headset. I guess I'll just have to try to krazy glue a non-reused headset back onto the reused boom. That is, if I can find one.
Don't get me wrong. I *do* take care of my stuff. I have CDs that are going on a decade old that still play in my half-decade old riovolt (yes, one of the first portable cd players with mp3 compatibility). I have Nintendo games that still play in a *working* NES (last time I checked about two years ago). It's not my fault. Microsoft just screwed up when they made these headsets.
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