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Rindy 
Posted: 03-Nov-2004, 09:45 PM
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Hey all,

I am checking the boards. I have been gone a few days. My Father who is 83 fell broke two ribs and his back. They injected some glue in his back. We will know in a day or two if it is better. He will be in the hospital for awhile so I will be coming and going 150 miles. So keep me posted as what is going on.

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Posted: 04-Nov-2004, 05:28 AM
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Just got in from work, reading the forums, and thinking I should start a new thread on portable audio smile.gif Looks like we could go on, and on. Which doesn't belong here.


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Posted: 04-Nov-2004, 05:35 AM
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Hm... now? Im listening to radio.. celtic radio:), i translate a lyric, and prepare the afternoon meting. i think, it will be good... i will meet my girlfriend:)


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Posted: 04-Nov-2004, 06:27 PM
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QUOTE (celtica @ 12-Jul-2004, 03:44 AM)
Just finished my shower and about to go out. I want to go to the harbour, there's an international meeting of old sailing ships, about 2000 of all over the world are here, it's beautiful, there's a lot of music and sea shanties and a great atmopshere here ! smile.gif

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  Posted: 12-Mar-2005, 11:13 PM
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Right now, I'm running a virus scan on my computer.


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Posted: 13-Mar-2005, 12:24 AM
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Reading my mail from CR.. and then to bed YES its been a long day..

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  Posted: 13-Mar-2005, 12:32 AM
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Now, I'm running a spy/adware scan with one of the three anti-spyware applications I have on my computer.

Doesn't that sound paranoid of me to have three anti-spyware apps on my computer unsure.gif ? I guess so, but then again, I'm on Windows...
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Posted: 13-Mar-2005, 12:35 AM
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You know, I don't think a person can ever be to paranoid when it comes to computers..

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Posted: 13-Mar-2005, 12:48 AM
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I am doing the same thing, Mike! I just ran my Norton anti-virus scan and now I am running a new anti-virus scan that finds things that Norton doesn't. It is called a2 Updater. Really cool! I gets rid of spyware and everything. Takes a long time to run though and it has been a long day for me too and I would like to get to bed as well.

I also have three spyware programs!

I have spyhunter, Ad-aware and Spybot. I have found that what one doesn't find, the other does. I guess that makes me paranoid too! unsure.gif


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  Posted: 13-Mar-2005, 12:54 AM
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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 12-Mar-2005, 11:48 PM)
I am doing the same thing, Mike! I just ran my Norton anti-virus scan and now I am running a new anti-virus scan that finds things that Norton doesn't. It is called a2 Updater. Really cool! I gets rid of spyware and everything. Takes a long time to run though and it has been a long day for me too and I would like to get to bed as well.

I also have three spyware programs!

I have spyhunter, Ad-aware and Spybot. I have found that what one doesn't find, the other does. I guess that makes me paranoid too! unsure.gif

I have Spyware Doctor, Zero Spyware and Microsoft Anti-Spyware. Microsoft Anti-Spyware is actually pretty good. It caught a few things the other two didn't.

For Norton, did you just buy the Anti-Virus or the whole SystemWorks package? I got the SystemWorks package for Christmas, even though I only asked for the anti-virus software.
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I finally bought a wrist pad at Office Depot today. I just bought one of the $5 rubber ones. My wrists were really hurting from just sitting on the desk while I was typing. Not a good thing when you have carpal tunnel syndrome no.gif .
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Just got home after taking a ride on the Snow Train in Ontario, Canada. Temperature this morning was 12*F. What a great trip. Saw some winter campers/Ice climbers in the canyon. Starting to plan some great future trips for me.

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Posted: 13-Mar-2005, 09:05 PM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 13-Mar-2005, 12:54 AM)
QUOTE (CelticRose @ 12-Mar-2005, 11:48 PM)
I am doing the same thing, Mike!  I just ran my Norton anti-virus scan and now I am running a new anti-virus scan that finds things that Norton doesn't. It is called a2 Updater.  Really cool! I gets rid of spyware and everything.  Takes a long time to run though and it has been a long day for me too and I would like to get to bed as well.

I also have three spyware programs!

I have spyhunter, Ad-aware and  Spybot.  I have found that what one doesn't find, the other does.  I guess that makes me paranoid too!  unsure.gif

I have Spyware Doctor, Zero Spyware and Microsoft Anti-Spyware. Microsoft Anti-Spyware is actually pretty good. It caught a few things the other two didn't.

For Norton, did you just buy the Anti-Virus or the whole SystemWorks package? I got the SystemWorks package for Christmas, even though I only asked for the anti-virus software.

Mike! I just have the Norton anti-virus as when I once had the whole utilties with firewall and all that, it really screwed up my computer with having dial up. I know that sounds strange, but I have a tempermental computer here. rolleyes.gif Once I switched to just the anti-virus, it runs a whole lot smoother. XP has its own firewall and I use that. Not as good as Zone Alarm, but better than nothing.

Do you have MSN? I know they come equipped with some anti-spyware program don't they or am I thinking of pop-up blocker?

I will have to check out the Microsoft anti-spyware. I have two spywares on my pc now that I cannot get rid of no matter what I have done. dry.gif

Right now I am catching up on all the posts before I get off here to watch some TV and read!
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