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This is pretty much everybody in my family.
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You got that right, I have a friend who has “just” got the internet in and does not have a bloody clue? Cannot even create an email account and set up windows Live Messenger, I rest my case :-P
ha ha ha
Great! Very funny …….. and truer than some may think. I have many friends who seem to download “virus’s” every single day! Anytime ANYTHING is not working 1000% , its a “virus”! haha. Havent cleaned your history in a month? Virus! Still have cookies from a year ago? Virus! System too slow because you only have 256 RAM? Virus! I just smile anymore and help as much as I can.
@indianacarnie I get that a LOT at school. Specifically in the labs that the school hasn’t funded the upgrade of yet that only have 128 MiB of RAM and Windows 2000. I want to wring the necks of every administrator because we have the funds for everything except the last two labs and it bugs me to no ends.
Well I should clarify that they just don’t want to allocate the funds there.
I’ll be a religious man if I ever witnessed it happening :P
I’ve had this computer for over a year and it’s worked brilliantly for a whole year. Not a single virus has shown up on it (’cause I’m paranoid about downloading/clicking anything mostly). It hasn’t even given me one BSOD, either!
@indianacarnie: I know someone who thinks their computer has a virus ’cause it runs slow. They also have Norton. *hinthintnudgenudge*
A contranym is a word that is its own antonym: for example, to dust can mean to lay down particles (as in dusting for finger prints) and to remove particles (as in to dust a shelf of collectibles).
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