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  1. Sorry for misspelling inalienable. I wanted to add that my experiences are unfortunately not unique but pretty much identifiable by millions of Americans who love this country just as much as any other American, but cannot say that there isn't one time they've not been proud. And if any of us think we are getting the whole story on any of the candidates from our favorite news networks or the rhetoric of our chosen candidates, we took the blue pill. No pun intended. (Reference "The Matrix" movie.)
  2. LOL I was just going to say the same thing about McCain -- I am seeing the real McCain and he's the one who's scary. Having lived on the same side of the street for over 40 years, I can't say that I've always been proud of my country. Having our heroes threatened with assassination for trying to do something noble & honorable is scary. I voted by absentee ballot for concern that I could be anonymously mowed down for simply exercising my right to vote. Now that's probably something no one on here is proud of, I would hope. And it's probably not a concern for many who have posted, but gu
  3. It's not that cut-n-dried simple, I don't believe. They might do right by one standard, and totally wrong by another standard. Just like most politicians & judges, methinks.
  4. I don't believe in Santa... Basically, it doesn't matter what Congress says about the Constitution -- judges all re- & misinterpret it and that's that...
  5. I sent an email to my domain registrar (it's not TCH) about emails allegedly from my registrar needing info updates for my domain names. Perhaps registrars might want to develop a better way to solicit the review of the DN info, because it does indeed seem like some kind of phishing scam. Especially when I visited my registrar's site and saw nothing whatsoever on the site about updating ICANN info. I deleted the first email. When I got the second, I emailed the registrar about it and learned that it was a legit email. We are taught that we aren't to click any links inside of a susp
  6. Exactly. Our personal information is already available online for a mere $2.95 (possibly less) at some sites, if people know your real name & can put 2+2 together (where you live, or how old you are).
  7. That's why it matters. Miniature Bible Peanut M&M's (or some kind of chocolate -- heard good chocolate is taken for granted here) Sports Illustrated (or some other popular national mag -- Newsweek or something) Pocket video game Mickey D's gift certificates Some kind of classic movie on DVD TV Guide Mp3 player w/ variety of genres (except the profane stuff)
  8. I was wondering if anyone here can explain the advantages of joining the networking sites such as Plaxo & LinkedIn. I've really not seen the benefit of such sites as outweighing the risks. I don't see a real advantage of putting all your personal info online for strangers to see. Or maybe I have the wrong idea about the sites?
  9. Try submitting the request to scriptlance.com. Someone there can do it for you for a reasonable price -- coders bid on the jobs submitted.
  10. There's always the YouTube-type services that do Flash streaming of your content...
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