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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  Dadgummit, I'm tired of the news. Somebody stop it!! Take my wife, please...Ha!
December 3 at 19:46 EST .

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   Yottyhere  Bubba I got tired of the news and tired of listening to the Dawgs get spanked so I went to the junque/laundry/pantry room and sorted nails.
Does your wife do windows????
December 3 at 20:09 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  I'm at my favorite watering hole and someone just commented on the recent Million Dollar Lotto winner here in Texas. If he put in the bank, sans taxes, he'd get less per month from interest than the average Social Security recipient gets from his "deposit". Hmmm?

It's a shame that the roots of weeds grow faster than the roots of evil (money )!?! Pretty poor economy, huh....
October 30 at 16:41 EST .

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   Phooey  "I'm at my favorite watering hole and"......AGAIN !!!
October 30 at 21:11 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  It seems appropriate to quote Winston Churchill: “Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusions of counsel, until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong – these are the features that constitute the endless repetition of history.”
   October 8 at 20:29 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  The world has few, if any, statesmen like Churchill left.

Someone once clarified the difference between a politician and a statesman. A politician think forward to the next election. A statesman thinks forward to the next generation.

Look at Washington DC today. I can think of a couple people that I would count as "statesmen", and I can guarantee you that NONE of them is followed by (D ).

That is the rat's nest that needs to be cleaned out. That is EXACTLY what Washington is today: a rat's nest.

People keep telling me "Wait until November 2012, and we can get our people in there." OK, I'll wait. But if November 2012 goes south on us, we will have no choice but to use the force of arms to put this country back on course to preserve our freedoms.

That is my belief.
October 8 at 23:58 EST .

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   Gerty  Mr. Buzzard, we love when you talk politics!
October 9 at 10:34 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  Foxfire/McAfee combination users, please see "Computers and Tech Issues". Important official notice.
October 5 at 19:31 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Computers &Tech Issues  Important! All you Foxfire users who use McAfee: http://news.slashdot.org/story/11/10/05/1358241/firefox-advi
ses-users-to-disable-mcafee-plugin


"Mozilla is advising Firefox users to disable McAfee's ScriptScan software, saying that it could cause 'stability or security problems.' ScriptScan, which ships with McAfee's VirusScan antivirus program, is designed to keep Web surfers safe by scanning for any malicious scripting code that might be running in the browser. But according to Mozilla, it has an unintended side-effect: It can cause Firefox to crash ... a lot."
October 5 at 19:27 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  Today, September 17th, is "Constitution Day". I wonder how many media will acknowledge the fact and attempt to 'educate' us!
September 17 at 09:32 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  I think that is why the marxist picked this date for the Day of Rage against financial intitutions and Capitalism. How will Bloomie handle the NY Wall Street riots, or then again maybe the lazy creeps won't show up.
September 17 at 09:50 EST .

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   Surfhut  Fox & Friends devoted a fairly long segment to this today. I can't remember the name of their guest, but he was terrific. I seriously doubt MSM will acknowledge this day.
September 17 at 10:04 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  Bubba and all others, please see the Politic wall and let me know your thoughts, they don't usually request this kind of action.
September 17 at 11:09 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  Can you pass the Heritage Foundation Quiz on the Constitution? Not as easy as you might think.
http://www.restorerespectnow.com/?utm_so
urce=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_cam
paign=ConstitutionDay&utm_source=newslet
ter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Consti
tutionDay

or
http://tinyurl.com/6jv8auj
September 17 at 15:58 EST .

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   BubbaEuler  Just coming back to The Connection on Monday. I took the Heritage Foundation Quiz and got ALL of 'em correct! I'm not surprised but am pleased. I will read and comment regarding the Political Wall post EC posted.

Y'all have a good'n!
September 19 at 11:27 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  I just finished reading a hardcopy newspaper article in the "Austin American Statesman" by Brian Garr, entitled "Real Ads in a Virtual World". In the article, Garr states that in 1980, B H 0bama was, as a sitting Senator, the first presidential candidate to advertise in a video game through campaign billboards in the racing game "Burnout Paradise"! My immediate reaction was astonishment at the accuracy of the irony in the name of the game and 0bama's pResidency.
September 4 at 10:38 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  The picture on the homepage of the Wookie suggests another caption:

"How many terms will 0bama serve?"
July 21 at 17:20 EST .

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   Bettijo  What is "Wookie"? I Googled it, but did not get a meaningful answer.
July 21 at 19:47 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  Our nickname for our terrior was "Wookie" because her hair was always in her face, even after grooming. Look up Star Wars and you will see a 'wookie'. Not sure why they call the moocher wookie.
July 21 at 20:14 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Please don't insult Chewbacca!
July 21 at 22:59 EST .

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   August9  I think she's flashing gang signals!
July 22 at 00:35 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Comments Suggestions  I have, twice, attempted to post a "thank you" to everyone wishing me a happy birthday. Each time, nothing is posted after I click ""comment". Just letting y'all know. Thanks.
July 15 at 12:16 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  One evil woman, one sweet girl and one baseball

http://blog.chron.com/fanzone/2011/06/video-one-evil-woman-o
ne-sweet-girl-and-one-baseball/


This will make your blood pressure go..................................up
June 17 at 17:44 EST .

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   FL Homeschool Mom  The things I want to say would get me thrown off the site. What a witch! If that were my daughter, I think I'd have punched that woman. Hopefully, I'd be able to calm down enough to contact security and file charges. In order for that woman to grab that ball, she had to lay her hands on that child. What a cruel person. Hope the internet pays her back with her video going viral.
June 17 at 18:17 EST .

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   Surfhut  I'm a scrawny, gray haired, middle-aged woman. I promise you that if I had seen that, I would have taken that horrible woman down and done my level best finding that little girl to give the ball back to her. It irritates me that able bodied adults saw this and did nothing.

Put me in jail if you want, but I will not sit idly by and watch something like this. I'm little, but I'm gnarly.
June 17 at 18:49 EST .

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   Surfhut  Who was she with? Family, friends, a school group? The short clip shows her walking away by herself. I wonder who filmed this.
June 17 at 19:09 EST .

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   FL Homeschool Mom  If I read the article correctly, this is a shot of the blogger's tv. You can hear him yelling at the screen when you're watching it.
June 17 at 19:43 EST .

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   7generationTexmom  This is not on Youtube. I do not have an account, unfortunately(:
June 17 at 20:36 EST .

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   Balladeer  Talk about "like taking candy away from a baby." Selfish and rude, but nothing that a good tail-whippin' couldn't correct.
June 18 at 07:26 EST .

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   BubbaEuler posted on Main Page The Lobby  I thought this to be of sufficient importance to place on the Lobby:

http://www.pcworld.com/article/229999/fake_antivirus_targets
_firefox.html


Firefox users have targeted by a new scam that tries to load a user's PC with fake antivirus software using a passably convincing version of the Windows Update page.
June 13 at 12:12 EST .

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   Hollyhock  We use Firefox. I will show this to my husband.
June 13 at 12:18 EST .

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   Ynaught  We don't use Firefox, but everytime my husband starts his computer he gets a message that he needs to install some Windows update that I have never heard of and he hasn't gotten around to doing it. I was suspicious before but now I am super-spicious! Thanks, Bubba!
June 13 at 12:46 EST .

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   Gram77  This is good to know. I often get a request to update something or other and I'm always warned if I don't I'll in danger of getting a virus. Fortunately I know someone on the Geek Squad at Best Buy who keeps me safe.
June 13 at 13:37 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  Cap Marine has some good info on the Computer Wall. Ynaught DO NOT let him install. I had that about 2 years ago and wish I had Cap's info then. I had to take mine in to get it cleaned. Now I use Malwarebytes and AVG to catch anything. I like Firefox and have it on the other unit.
June 13 at 14:08 EST .

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   Ynaught  How can we get rid of it? Is this something that will keep showing up every time he turns on the machine?
June 13 at 18:33 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  See Cap on May 31, computer wall, I also use a cache cleaner, I use it too often, that's why I always have to log back in
http://www.piriform.com/
here, but it keeps things clean:
Here's Caps' link:
http://thundercloud.net/infoave/new/?p=1
816
June 13 at 19:37 EST .

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   Tulunk  I was also scammed by this virus. The warning mimics the microsoft colors and logo. Cost me a couple hundred bucks to get my computer restored. One of my sons gave me a tip: When you get anything like this that looks like a anti-virus notice, or any other suspicious item, DO NOT TOUCH THE ad!! Not even to press the x, cancel, or anything else. Instead, drop down to the Start menu and turn the computer off. That will get rid of the nasty item. But the important thing is not to touch the item at all. Once you press "cancel" or "remind me later" it has you, and you are infected.
June 13 at 22:40 EST .

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