Cobban 40.3 is being released today. This is an upgrade from last year’s version 40.2.
The most noticeable change from the previous version is the new hardware chassis. Over the last year, developers have maintained regular gym workouts. The outer hardware has firmed up again and is a little bit bigger. This particular feature is in anticipation of next year’s model, 40.4 hoping to be even bigger and more defined.
Also with the release of 40.3 is a new and improved software feature that keeps the electronic current in Cobban’s RAM running in a positive fashion. Developers did a lot of soul searching this year and have created a system of thinking that is productive and not self destructive. This is a feature that will continue to improve with each annual release.
Finally, Cobban 40.3 comes equipped with a new motorcycle. This is a vast improvement from last year’s crotch rocket and is much more fuel efficient.
Look for Cobban 40.3 on a highway near you.
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In all honesty, I’m not too happy about this one. I don’t want to get older anymore. I want to freeze-dry this moment in time and stay 43 for the rest of my life.
I’m finally feeling like I have a grasp on things. Gone are the insecurities of my twenties and the frustrations of my thirties. So far the forties have been confident and comfortable. The only problem is that I don’t have the drive and energy I did when I was younger. I’m ready to do the things I have put off for years (like body building and learning the guitar) but my physical self doesn’t react the way it would have if I would have done these things twenty years ago. I have to lift more weights more often to see results. I have to practice extra hard to make my fingers strike the right chord. I have to realize that I never took the opportunity to do those things back then. I can’t change the past–but I can change the future. With age comes wisdom.
In order to live a long productive life, I’m going to keep a positive outlook and visualize that I have many, many years ahead. I vow to explore life to the fullest and enjoy each Arizona sunset one evening at a time.