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August 2011

The Indignities of Illness

Aug 23 2011. Comments (2)

Bumps in the road!  Setbacks!  Wrenches in your plans!  Life always has a mind of its own. 

I just returned from helping my sister, Janice.  Janice developed a hematoma and landed back in the hospital.  To say she was miserable is putting it mildly.  She didn’t want to se

Whew!

Aug 08 2011. Comments (0)

Whew!  The last ten days have been tense.  My sister, Janice, had gallstones and then more gallstones, and then surgery to remove her gallbladder.  Three scopes and ten gallstones plus surgery took a toll on a very sick Janice.  Our worry was palpable – holding our breath – that her transp

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Reply #4294 on : Wed April 16, 2014, 06:46:43
I need help on things like colors, best web site creators, things to have on the website, and just all the things to really make this a good website. . . This website means so much to me and i really appreciate any tips or advice!. . Thanx love yhu bunches :).
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Re: Radio Fun
Reply #4293 on : Fri April 11, 2014, 10:02:35
Unfortunately, everyone experiences this problem from time to time. The web can be a wonderful source of information, and you can get anything you want, see anything you want, and depending on your personal choices, what you choose to view may have a consequence. The more graphic sites that cater to adult-only viewers, usually with a disclaimer that must be agreed to before allowing entry, like porn-sites, are the most likely to introduce a cookie into your machine that will not only monitor your movements through the web, but will target you for spam, pop-ups, introduce mal-ware, like trojans, worms, key-loggers, and scripts designed to slip through your computer's defenses, and invade your files, looking to steal anything of a sensitive nature that may be stored there, such as pass-words, account numbers, anything of yours that someone else can use for illegal gain. How can they do it? If you take the time to read those disclaimers that require you to agree to enter, they usually tell you in legal mumbo-jumbo that by entering their site, you waive your right to privacy, and whatever happens, they can't be held responsible for anything that may introduce itself into your machine while you are a visitor to their site. When you click the "agree" button, you just invite the bastards in. One of the "calling-cards" that these thieves like to leave is adding themselves as Administrators on your computer, changing your permission settings to deny your administrative access to your own computer, and creating their own Administrator pass-word so that you are denied access when you discover these changes and try to change them back. And of course the first thing they do is change your default home-page to their web-site as default.They don't care that you find out what they did because you agreed to a legal disclaimer. What a nightmare! This is when you have no choice but to wipe your hard-drive, and reload your operating system to reclaim your machine. If you didn't back-up your files, you lose it all.. What I described above is what can happen, worst scenario. The majority of adult sites, pay-sites, restricted content, age-restricted, etcetera, are legitimate and are not trying to rip you off. But they are still full of ad-ware and tracking cookies, and their marketing strategies vary widely. The big question is which ones to worry about. It only takes one really bad experience to make you hesitate every time you see a disclaimer pop up. . You CAN use security software to prevent intrusion and there are a lot of great programs to make your computer hard to compromise. Nothing is perfect, but it just makes your machine less attractive for a hacker to get inside. But then you find that in order to keep your machine secure, the software won't allow cookies from restricted or limited access sites, which usually means you can't view their content, or even go to their web-site. Sometimes you just can't have it both ways. You must decide if the risk is worth taking a chance.. . So, after all that, if you find your default home-page has changed, just go to Start, Control Panel, Internet Options. At the top of the page is the default Home-Page box. If something other than your chosen default page is in the box, just right-click the box, click delete when the box pops up, then re-enter your default page preference, click Apply at the bottom of the page, click OK, and you are good to go. Just be aware that if this happens, you visited a web-site that got into your computer, and you better hope that's all they did!Empty your temporary internet files, delete all cookies, history, and recent documents cache. Otherwise, everytime you start your machine, your default home page will change again. And read all disclaimers completely. If you don't understand all the legalese, don't agree, don't do it, don't play Russian Roulet with your computer.
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Re: Radio Fun
Reply #4292 on : Thu April 10, 2014, 22:37:36
want to make a dreamcacher and want the story to go with it.
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Reply #4291 on : Thu April 10, 2014, 12:49:24
To people who have lost allot of weight. Know about weight etc?
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