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  1. You could always fire off an angry email to the BBC. I do, when they do that over here. I don't think it will make any difference but it's good to get what's bothering you off your chest.
  2. I will have to think about this one to see if a bell rings. :lol:
  3. But it says " Don't open emails from friends if they have attachments " :lol:
  4. W32/Sobig.f@MM A new variant of W32/Sobig, W32/Sobig.f@MM is a High Risk mass-mailing worm. It arrives as an email attachment with a .pif or .scr extension. When run, it infects the host computer, then emails itself (using its own SMTP engine) to harvested email addresses from the victim's machine. In addition, when it propagates, the worm "spoofs" the "from: field", using one of the harvested email addresses. So exercise care when opening emails with attachments. An infected email can come from addresses you recognize. Because it sends so many emails, a worm like Sobig also saps bandwidth and slows network performance. Worse, it can also open up a user's computer port, making it vulnerable to hackers, who can plant dangerous Trojans. These malicious programs often let unauthorized users remotely take over a system, steal personal information or use the infected PC to send spam. It's just been on the news Lots of information about this virus here
  5. Me too
  6. How sad !!! :lol:
  7. Go here I thought the first King Kong was better than the remake in the 70s. To say it was made in the 30s it was extremely well done for the time. My favourite bit was when Kong was fighting the T Rex.
  8. Who's Got SorBits? I've got SorBits! And it's not from being over active in the bedroom. My friend Jane gave me SorBits, and she's the only girl who has ever been thanked for doing so.
  9. Mars Through a Small Telescope Credit & Copyright: Francisco A. Rodriguez Ramirez (AstroEduca) Explanation: How does Mars appear through a small telescope? Viewed with the unaided eye or through a small telescope, possibly the most striking part of Mars' appearance is its red color. The color derives from rust, iron oxide, which composes perhaps 10% of the Martian soil. The oxygen that rusts the surface iron on Mars originates predominantly from carbon dioxide gas, which composes 95% of the Martian atmosphere. Mars nears its closest approach with Earth in nearly 60 millennia on August 27, the red planet continues to appear larger, brighter, and a good target for sky enthusiasts. Pictured above, Mars was captured from the Canary Islands of Spain during three days in three different orientations earlier this month. Visible through the small telescope are white polar caps of water and carbon-dioxide ice, light red areas rich in lightly colored craters, and dark red areas dominated by relatively smooth lowlands.
  10. What theory, or Klingon.
  11. Nice set of teeth though. :lol:
  12. I didn't know that...bummer. It news to me also. :lol:
  13. I don't watch them but..... I get that confused with Jason, and Michael Myers it's hard to remember which is which. I know you can't kill them because the keep coming back.....again, and again
  14. You are all keeping quiet on whether we are going to see some pics of VaBeachGuy on this site. :lol:
  15. I thought it was better than ' The Red Planet '