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Nah...I prefer Barry's suggestion. I also find that after 4-5
burbons/rocks, I'm able to explain super-complex processes much more
...and I LIKE those voices...they truly understand me.
> Now let me offer another choice! what about purchasing
> light" lightbulbs. They produce "sunlight". Art depts use them to
> > I sometimes take my editing to a dimly lit bar, where four to
> > five glasses of
> > scotch warm my editing malice.
> > This might not help you calibrate your monitor, but it should
> > stop the voices in your head for a while...
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