8 posts • joined Wednesday 17th June 2009 15:52 GMT
My black friend (or Black-American if you had to distinghuish his country of citizenship) would probably put african-american in quotes, if he was the kind of guy to do that kind of thing.
He got to America by way of Jamaica, and while technically he originally came from Africa, so did we all right?
That symantec quote is brilliant
That is some super head burying there.
"Consumers need firewall protection, Web protection, antispam and identity safeguards - these are among the essentials when it comes to security, and you can only get them through a full Internet security suite provided by security experts. "
I can't count the amount of computers I have 'fixed' simply by disabling Norton or Mcafee's Firewall. I can't count the amount of customers who swoon over how fast their computer goes when I install AVG, Avast, Antivir or Nod32 (some people believe your computer is not safe unless you have paid money) on their systems.
@ LaeMi Qian
I was thinking the exact same thing, walking in with a severe-looking hairdo and skirt-suit and robbing them blind, but they'd probably get suspicious when they saw my 5 o'clock shadow :/
Holding a rap concert at the KKK meeting grounds
What is this woman complaining about the catholics might have stupid beliefs but they are their beliefs and if they don't want to hold another religion's party on their grounds that's fair enough.
I'm not familiar with a lot of linux operations, maybe slow boot times happen frequently with linux os' and that is what makes ubuntu's boot time remarkable but Windows 7 boots in on this machine ( Coreduo 6300 - 1.86ghz and 2gb ram) in 13 seconds. And by boots I do mean firefox is open and I am browsing in 13 seconds.
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