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1  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: Greasemonkey version differences. on: Today at 04:39:05 AM
Most likely because I'm lazy and don't go looking for updates, and the add-on doesn't auto-update.  Plus it works with the scripts I'm using so there's never been a reason to update it.

OIC. Thanks. My reason for not updating from Greasemonkey v1.15 to v2.3 is because I read that the NEW version is so different that apparently it could disable some of the the functionality in some of your scripts that worked fine under the OLD version. Not backwards compatible, I guess.   huh
That version change seemed to happen around the same time as http://userscripts.org/ was taken out of service or something...
Now you can't get at all those OLD scripts.
Then http://userscripts-mirror.org/ was set up ... and then of course, there's Wayback.
2  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: AdBlockPlus and BehindTheOverlay. on: February 27, 2015, 09:20:05 AM
Here are votes for:

I've found both of these extensions to be  very useful from time to time, blocking the annoying pop-ups or repetitive images that you find on some sites, and that obscure the content on the page that you are trying to read.
3  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Query re Firefox (Pale Moon) Greasemonkey Extension used by @4wd. on: February 27, 2015, 08:49:25 AM
@4wd: in the list Firefox (Pale Moon) Extensions used by @4wd (your FF PaleMoon extensions), you have Greasemonkey v1.15.
Is there any reason you have not updated to v2.3?
Thanks.
4  DonationCoder.com Software / Find And Run Robot / Re: Problem: episodic FARR error - a non-appearing active FARR window. on: February 27, 2015, 03:45:29 AM
Just an update.
After further puzzling, I've determined to resolve this problem. I'll try to make a note of what's running whenever this problem occurs again, and post it as a note in this thread. That could be useful.
I hadn't been doing that (making a note) so far, as I had been lazily waiting for the problem to "go away" with a system update.
I suspect it might not be a problem with FARR, but something in the system that is somehow causing an interrupt to the screen refresh task in FARR.
FARR is one of the most useful tools in my toolbox and I want to get it back functioning properly and consistently.
5  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Firefox Extensions: Off-topic discussion with thread moderator. on: February 27, 2015, 12:02:19 AM
Any chance we can desist from amending thread titles
If a thread needs a new title then it probably needs a new thread
I understand you might be trying to draw attention to something but it's very disruptive if you've been following a thread for a while (it makes it seem like your just trying to draw attention to your post)

Sorry @Target, I did not intend to be "disruptive" and was only using the functionality built into this discussion board for our use, with the objective of focussing the comment subject line more specifically on the actual content of the post, so that people could get the sense of the content from the subject line without having to read the actual post.
Though I say so myself, I think I achieved that objective quite well with:
  • Use of Firefox Sync to sync add-ons + etc. + Greasemonkey scripts. - is exactly what that post was about.
  • Firefox (Pale Moon) Extensions used by @4wd. - is exactly what that post was about.

Otherwise, they might get somewhat lost in the unending series of posts entitled with the generic "Re: Firefox Extensions: Your favorite or most useful."
I do it because it's potentially helpful - for example, it's the sort of thing that I would find tremendously useful as I speed-scan my Bazqux feed-reader for posts that I might actually want to open and read.
I'm sure @mouser would have thought about the possibility of people doing this. Do you think he should block this feature?

why write a post, if it doesn't get any attention?
The point wasn't about the content, it was about changing the title of someone else's thread without good reason
dunno about you but that doesn't seem like good forum etiquette to me undecided

Goodness!  ohmy  I had no idea that it might be de rigeur in this forum to leave subject lines well alone because they belonged to the OP originator, or something. Let me see, hmm, that's @vegas, if I'm not much mistaken - and who started the thread on: 2005-12-02, 00:32:44
6  DonationCoder.com Software / Screenshot Captor / Re: SC inconsistent behaviour when capturing a "blank" window. on: February 26, 2015, 11:10:30 PM
Ah, I see.
Hmm...grabbing the whole screen and then cutting out just the bit I wanted seems like it would be taking a step backwards rather than forwards, but the option "tell SC to not try to capture transparency for windows (see Widow Capturing tabs in options)" looked useful, so I tried that by unticking the "Try to capture Aeroglass transparency effects" and:
(a) by clicking on the Quick-Capture bar's "Grab Active window" button.
     Result: SC did not capture the window.

(b) by pressing the Alt+PRTSC hotkey combo.
     Result: there was no delay, and SC captured the Calendar window, but with a light blue coloured
     border whereas the on-screen window was a light brown colour.

Which is a good outcome in (b), though I have no idea why (a) did not give a result consistent with (b).
It was a similar inconsistency that I first thought I'd let you know about in the OP above.
7  DonationCoder.com Software / Screenshot Captor / SC inconsistent behaviour when capturing a "blank" window. on: February 26, 2015, 03:24:38 PM
I thought I would mention this as a point of interest. It's not a bug (that is, I don't think it's bug).

I was playing about with T-Clock settings in the Miscellaneous tab of T-Clock Redux Properties and setting it to display a calendar window.
One of the settings was - I think - selected (ticked) by default: "Close calendar on lose focus". I left that setting selected, as it seemed like a useful option.
I then brought up the Calendar window, intending to take a screenshot of it using SC.
I then brought up SC, and noticed that the Calendar window disappeared as it lost focus (so the option was working correctly).

So, I got SC to display its Quick-Capture bar, and then brought up the Calendar window again.
When I clicked on the Quick-Capture bar's "Grab Active window" button, the Calendar window went black, there was a delay, the Calendar window disappeared, and there was a "ping" alarm sound. After Ctrl-Tabbing about, I found that SC had output the following error message in a new window in the back, behind the other windows (i.e., not On Top):
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Error Capturing Image
---------------------------
ERROR: No content was found in the captured image.
This can happen if you have installed a security application that is blocking Screenshot Captor from functioning.
To solve this problem, you may need to add Screenshot Captor to the list of trusted/allowed programs in your security application.
For additional information see the help file or visit the DonationCoder.com forum.
If you were intentionally capturing a blank image, disable this check on the Miscelaneous Tweaks tab of options.
---------------------------
OK   
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So, I brought up the Calendar window again.
Then I pressed Alt+PRTSC, and the Calendar window went black, there was a delay, the Calendar window disappeared, and there was a "camera shutter" sound. In the SC work area, SC had captured an entirely blank image of the calendar window.

These steps are all repeatable and with consistent results.

Since I could not capture the Calendar window using SC, I resorted to capturing it using the OneNote Screen Clipping tool (via a hotkey combo) - which worked just fine, though it is not as good as using SC because the OneNote tool has an on-screen rectangle which has to be manually dragged and sized by one corner only, around the window being captured, and it is difficult to get it spot-on.
8  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Firefox (Pale Moon) Extensions used by @4wd. on: February 26, 2015, 02:18:44 PM
At the risk of duplication I thought it might be useful to cross-post this recent, and rather relevant and informative comment from @4wd:
(Thanks @4wd - there are some extensions there that look quite handy and that I don't think I have tried out yet, so I shall get busy.)
Tnx. Any particular add-ons you would recommend?  smiley

I have the following installed in Pale Moon x64 (non-portable):

Quote
- Advanced URL Builder 1.6.29
   Append selected text to the URL of your favourite site.
- Bluhell Firewall 2.5.0
   Lightweight Ad-Blocker and Tracking/Privacy Protector.
- Download Statusbar 0.9.10
   View and manage downloads from a tidy statusbar
- DownloadHelper 4.9.24
   Download videos and images from many sites
- DownThemAll! 2.0.18
   The mass downloader for Firefox.
- Extension List Dumper 1.15.2
   Dumps a list of the installed extensions.
- Form History Control 1.4.0.2
   Manage Form History (view, edit, delete, clean-up, export/import)
- Ghostery 5.4.1
- Google search link fix 1.4.9
   Prevents Google, Yahoo and Yandex search pages from modifying search result links when you click them. This is useful when copying links but it also helps privacy by preventing the search engines from recording your clicks.
- Greasemonkey 1.15
   A User Script Manager for Firefox
- Lightbeam 1.0.10.2
   Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that allows you to see the third parties that are collecting information about your browsing activity, with and without your consent. Using interactive visualizations, Lightbeam shows you the relationships between these third parties and the sites you visit.
- Master Password+ 1.21.3
   Various enhancements for built-in "Master Password" feature
- Open RegEdit Key 0.2.0
   Open selected registry in the registry editor from context menu.
- RefControl 0.8.17
   Control what gets sent as the HTTP Referer on a per-site basis.
- RequestPolicy 1.0.beta8.2
   Control which cross-site requests are allowed. Improve the privacy of your browsing. Secure yourself from Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) and other attacks.
- Self-Destructing Cookies 0.4.6
   Fix the web. Gets rid of a site's cookies and LocalStorage as soon as you close its tabs. Protects against trackers and zombie-cookies. Trustworthy services can be whitelisted.
- Speed Dial [FVD] - New Tab Page, Sync... 6.7.2
   FVD Speed Dial - Speed dial button, Online Synchronization, New Tab Start Page, Organize bookmarks, Custom backgrounds, custom dials, organized groups, most visited dials.
- Stylish 2.0.1
   Restyle the web with Stylish, a user styles manager.
- Suspend Tab 0.2.2014050201
   Suspends background old tabs automatically to save memory usage.
- Tab Mix Plus 0.4.1.6
   Tab browsing with an added boost.
- TinEye Reverse Image Search 1.1
   Adds TinEye search context menu item for images.
- TrashMail.com 2.7.1
   Create disposable email addresses.
- Vacuum Places Improved 1.2
   Defragment your places.sqlite database to speed-up Firefox

I could probably get rid of a couple since they seemed like a good idea at the time but I never use them.
9  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Use of Firefox Sync to sync add-ons + etc. + Greasemonkey scripts. on: February 26, 2015, 02:02:44 PM
Thought this might be of interest/use - I originally posted it in another part of the DC Forum:
(Note that Sync is enabled/disabled via the Tools | Options menu.)
...More often than not once you run a few FF in various places sync just scrambles everything into a pile

When I read that, I thought I should mention that my experience of using FF (Beta update channel) is that, quite to the contrary to what you stated, FF Sync works like a charm.
The only real problem I have had with FF tends to be what is an apparently common recurring problem that, on the beta update channel, with all the frequent updates, FF performance tends to occasionally decline/misbehave to the extent that the only way to fix it is to start FF up in base form (i.e., without any add-ons, etc.), and then re-install all the add-ons and Greasemonkey scripts etc. manually. I got the advice to do that from some helpful forum/blog posts, and it turned out to be good advice.
However, there was a real problem with following that advice - you are then forced into a seriously tedious exercise of manually re-installing all the add-ons and other stuff, which is a proverbial PITA.

I discovered that I was able to automate it all (except for Greasemonkey scripts) through the use of FF Sync, which automatically re-installs all the add-ons and other stuff (e.g., including bookmarks) that you can choose to sync. You may have to manually reset some settings, but that's about it.
However, I had to reinstall the Greasemonkey scripts manually, which was another PITA. Then at some stage a Greasemonkey update introduced an option to "Enable Firefox Sync for User Scripts", so that got rid of the PITA.

FF Sync has been operating thus, apparently faultlessly, for me and for a long time. I changed to the latest version of FF Sync some time back when they first introduced it. Sync has enabled me to sync FF smoothly across 3 computers, even with up to 3 different users sharing/syncing things like the FF bookmarks on those computers. FF Sync is pretty smart.
The only surprising thing I find about FF Sync is that it doesn't scramble the stuff up.
10  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Why won't my laptop run Firefox? on: February 26, 2015, 01:42:03 PM
...More often than not once you run a few FF in various places sync just scrambles everything into a pile

When I read that, I thought I should mention that my experience of using FF (Beta update channel) is that, quite to the contrary to what you stated, FF Sync works like a charm.
The only real problem I have had with FF tends to be what is an apparently common recurring problem that, on the beta update channel, with all the frequent updates, FF performance tends to occasionally decline/misbehave to the extent that the only way to fix it is to start FF up in base form (i.e., without any add-ons, etc.), and then re-install all the add-ons and Greasemonkey scripts etc. manually. I got the advice to do that from some helpful forum/blog posts, and it turned out to be good advice.
However, there was a real problem with following that advice - you are then forced into a seriously tedious exercise of manually re-installing all the add-ons and other stuff, which is a proverbial PITA.

I discovered that I was able to automate it all (except for Greasemonkey scripts) through the use of FF Sync, which automatically re-installs all the add-ons and other stuff (e.g., including bookmarks) that you can choose to sync. You may have to manually reset some settings, but that's about it.
However, I had to reinstall the Greasemonkey scripts manually, which was another PITA. Then at some stage a Greasemonkey update introduced an option to "Enable Firefox Sync for User Scripts", so that got rid of the PITA.

FF Sync has been operating thus, apparently faultlessly, for me and for a long time. I changed to the latest version of FF Sync some time back when they first introduced it. Sync has enabled me to sync FF smoothly across 3 computers, even with up to 3 different users sharing/syncing things like the FF bookmarks on those computers. FF Sync is pretty smart.
The only surprising thing I find about FF Sync is that it doesn't scramble the stuff up.
11  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download) on: February 26, 2015, 06:13:03 AM
and thus easy distinction ...You basically just want similar colors as you've shown on the screen shot? May I ask why?...
The colours themselves are not as important as the levels of contrast between them when on a black background. It's a matter of ergonomics and visual perception. It's super easy on my eyes and easy for my peculiar eyesight to read all those items and easily discern them from one another - with that particular colour combo. There may well be other combos, but I settled with relief on that one as it was the first really decent one that I was able to generate after fiddling about with the settings in BetaClock.
By comparison, the standard Windows calendar display or the otherwise excellent calendar display in T-Clock are visually just too bland and indistinct for my eyes, and also, of course, the range of months displayed does not meet my requirements.
12  DonationCoder.com Software / Find And Run Robot / Re: Problem: episodic FARR error - a non-appearing active FARR window. on: February 26, 2015, 05:28:42 AM
@mouser: In response to your Qs:
1. Network mapped drives: There are no network mapped drives.
2. Launching files from removable hard drives: I do sometimes launch files (videos) that are on removable hard drives, but this is relatively rare. I wouldn't usually want to invoke FARR whilst a video was playing though.
3. Drive letters from scanner or similar device: There are no such and no other attached devices. The only drives are:
  • C: the main hard disk drive.
  • D: a DVD drive, but it cannot see/play DVDs due to a so far unfixed and apparently common Toshiba+Win8 error.
  • E: an SDHC card, entirely used for Readyboost function.
  • W: A Wuala encrypted partition on the C: drive, that Windows thinks is a "disconnected network drive" when it is not in use - which is most of the time.

The laptop is a Toshiba Satellite L855D and has an optionally installed proprietary Toshiba hard disk read/write caching accelerator which occupies a segment of RAM.
13  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Beware of download sites on: February 25, 2015, 11:23:22 AM
^^ I guess that covers PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Software"), but not NSAware of course - because the latter isn't harmful per se.
Quote
"Do no evil"

Yeah, right.

All's fair in love and war.
14  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Many smart devices are spying on you on: February 25, 2015, 11:13:07 AM
Probably nothing surprising in the above. It's a fact of life.
It has long been known that Open systems are great except that the only really secure system is a closed one that is not connected to anything else.
Personally, the only devices I would recommend connecting to the Internet are PCs, and even then I'd suggest people ensure that the audio/video functionality is locked down (defeated) except when you want it on, and that you monitor which devices and MAC addresses are accessing the wifi or other modem/router. Whilst monitoring traffic, I once spotted what looked suspiciously like a router device emulation software sparking into brief life and then shutting down and becoming invisible. I took a snapshot of the Windows Explorer device window that it appeared in but could find little information about it on the web except that it seemed to come from a certain manufacturer.

I suspect that, post-Snowdengate, we can probably take it as read that, regardless of any protestations to the contrary, Big Corporates and Big Brother are shamelessly in cahoots and able to and will utilise all available technology to monitor all phone traffic, VOIP traffic, P2P traffic and email accounts and trading accounts (e.g., Amazon).
The terms "Privacy", "Confidentiality" and "Security" seem to have become somewhat meaningless, if not a joke.
15  News and Reviews / Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Logitech G910 Keyboard Review on: February 25, 2015, 10:21:02 AM
Logitech drivers generally seem to be a bit flaky. Not only do some G930 driver updates seem to be unstable and which stop the driver from working properly at all, but there are 3 "programmable" buttons on the Logitech G930 headset and which you can set to (say) Previous - Replay - Next ("Play Previous track", "Replay current/last track", and "Play Next track") in Windows Media Player, and these seem to have stopped working at all in Win8+.
To get the drivers stable, I have had to go back to an older version(s) that works, but those buttons are still defunct.

Similarly with the Logitech "games software" that is bundled with the Logitech Couch Mouse - it seems to create a useless system overhead and cause problems and keeps phoning home and is best uninstalled. The mouse drivers themselves usually work fine just on their own, though some mouse-clicking behaves strangely in some games (e.g., single-clicks actually creating double clicks).
16  DonationCoder.com Software / Find And Run Robot / Problem: episodic FARR error - a non-appearing active FARR window. on: February 25, 2015, 10:03:30 AM
Anyone have any ideas about this?
Ever since going to Win 8 (now using Win8.1-64 PRO)  I have been having an annoying episodic error with FARR, and which is not always repeatable. DcUpdater says I have the current/latest version of FARR as 2.213.01.

The symptoms are this:
  • 1. The FARR process has been started and is already running.
  • 2. The hotkey combo has already been set as FN+Pause.
  • 3. Pressing the hotkeys, FARR sometimes does not display at all, or the display is barely perceptible as a very faint image, as though it was partially hidden by the background or semi-transparent. At these times, it is unusable - it can't be clicked on or brought to front as the active window. It can only be closed by terminating the FARR process via the Task Manager, or similar.
    As a test, I set a sound file to run when the FARR display is brought up, and that seems to consistently work OK.
  • 4. Restarting FARR does not always fix this problem.

Thinking it might be some incompatibility/conflict that would disappear after a Windows Update, I have waited in vain for this FARR display error to cease. I have started avoiding using FARR because it is made unreliable/unusable and a PITA by this error.

Not sure whether this is related, but I have also been having a problem with InfoSelect 8, where, though the proggie starts up OK and works OK, the screen display does not refresh after you move the navigation keys - even after several moves/changes - that is until you move the mouse over the middle to RHS of the screen and that then seems to force a refresh to what the latest state of the screen should be after the navigation changes/moves.
I have spent hours checking, reinstalling and resetting IS8 features, thinking that there might be some kind of corrupted file or database, but all seems tickety-boo.

The screen display seems to work fine in all other situations otherwise and tests out OK and with current drivers, etc., so I think it cannot be a GPU display issue per se.
17  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: T-Clock 2010 (download) on: February 25, 2015, 09:02:02 AM
@WhiteTigX: Thanks. Well, there's hope for that request then.
I've been wanting to get that calendar display, and been hunting for software to do it for years. I had it all with BETACLOCK, but BETACLOCK stopped working at XP(SP3) and above.
18  DonationCoder.com Software / Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: Help creating a custom script to modify format on: February 25, 2015, 08:32:47 AM
Ooh! That's a rather a nifty use of CHS, once again showing its potential in ways one might not have intuitively expected. I certainly hadn't really thought about doing something like that with it anyway. Thanks!
 Kiss CHS  Kiss
19  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Multimeters are indispensable when working with any electrical apparatus. on: February 25, 2015, 08:21:41 AM
A search of the DC forum discussions for "multimeter" shows several references where multimeters have been suggested as a useful/necessary investigative or safety tool.
I was today reminded of how indispensable a multimeter can be when, after using my multimeter (I use an analogue multimeter) to check my freshly-soldered connections - made to fix a new rechargeable battery power supply into a portable household telephone handset - I read this post in my Basqux feed-reader:
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Why You Should Have a Multimeter When Doing Any Electrical Work
Timothy Dahl 2015-02-25.

Multimeters are absolutely necessary for any type of electrical work. From installing a ceiling fan to changing a junction box, using a multimeter helps determine if wires are hot or not (and so much more).

Multimeters are designed to measure three fundamental components of electrical energy: volts, amps and ohms. The best analogy to explain these components is water flowing through a pipe. Volts are the pressure of the water (psi), amps are the number of gallons per minute (volume), and ohms are anything that limit the flow.

To measure electrical energy, a multimeter has two wire leads. Touch them to exposed wires, and they'll give you measurements. Its dial or buttons determine what type of energy you are measuring and at what range.

Without knowing these measurements, your home could be in danger of electrical fire and you could be putting yourself at risk.

Multimeters are available as analog or digital devices. The easy way to determine the difference is that the display on an analog device will be a needle on a gauge. Digital multimeters are the way to go and there are great options from Milwaukee and Klein.

For a more in-depth breakdown of how to use a digital multimeter, read the link below.

The Indispensable Digital Multimeter - Fine Homebuilding Article

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The job I was doing was testing and replacing a failed standard 3 x AAA rechargeable battery pack (a new standard replacement pack would have cost NZ$42) with 3 higher performance longlife GP rechargeable AAA batteries (cost about NZ$18), which I had to connect together in series using the standard connector leads cannibalised from the old (failed) pack. The standard battery pack had a life expectancy of 2 years, whereas the new batteries were twice that, so it was a significant cost-saving. (From experience, I have found that GP rechargeable alkaline batteries tend to out-perform most other and more expensive rechargeable batteries.)

Using the multimeter, I then tested the finished result before installing the new (modified) pack that I had assembled, and before putting the handset in its charging bay to charge the pack up.
20  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Requested change to T-Clock Redux x64 - 2.3.2 build 151 on: February 25, 2015, 07:22:27 AM
After reading this discussion thread, I downloaded, installed and ran T-Clock (T-Clock Redux x64 - 2.3.2 build 151).
This is on a laptop with Win8.1-64 PRO.
The systray clock now looks like this (which is just fine):

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...and after making the calendar display settings, here:

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...this is what the calendar display looks like:

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This was almost what I wanted, which would have been something more like this (click image to enlarge):
(The display settings would need to allow for x months forwards, and y months prior to the current calendar month, with x and y and colours/backgrounds/fonts etc. selectable to those shown.)

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Question: Would it be possible that the range of T-Clock calendar display settings could be extended so as to enable this kind of thing?
(Thanks in advance.)
21  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: silly humor - post 'em here! [warning some NSFW and adult content] on: February 23, 2015, 05:19:59 PM
Norton Transformer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKqpvriKZuA
22  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: silly humor - post 'em here! [warning some NSFW and adult content] on: February 21, 2015, 09:59:29 AM
A married woman saved her lover's phone number on her mobile under the name of "Low Battery".
Whenever her lover calls her in her absence, her husband takes the phone and plugs it into the charger.
Give that woman a medal.

Two Thai girls asked me if I'd like to go bed with them; they said it would be just like winning the Lotto!
I agreed, and they were right. We all stripped off, and to my horror, we had six matching balls!

Such an unfair world: When a man talks dirty to a woman it's considered sexual harassment.
When a woman talks dirty to a man, it's about $5 per minute.

Valentine's Day:  Just booked a table for Valentine's Day for me and the wife. Bound to end in tears though; she's lousy at snooker.

If you get an email telling you that you can catch swine flu from tins of ham, then delete it.
It's spam.

They say that s#x is the best form of exercise. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think 2 minutes and 15 seconds every 3 months is going to shift this beer belly.
23  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Preloaded spyware, courtesy Lenovo on: February 20, 2015, 07:39:56 AM
Could it be that it is the Chinese equivalent of the NSA intercepting them on export and adding it then sending em on the way...lol
Many a true word spoken in jest.
24  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: silly humor - post 'em here! [warning some NSFW and adult content] on: February 20, 2015, 07:38:10 AM
The romantic Scots: a marriage proposal.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYslhL71k1M
25  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Reader's Corner - The Library of Utopia + resource links on: February 19, 2015, 04:49:42 AM
2015-02-19: Added:
- to the index table in the opening post.
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