I hope both sides know it. The biggest danger in this is that Russia will conclude that we won't defend the Baltics, and given Obama's record with "red lines", it's not an unreasonable assumption.
I haven't had TW for years, but when I did, it was newsworthy when it was actually working.
The funny thing is, Windows often works better on one than it does on a regular PC, simply because it's crapware-free.
On the call I got, I don't think he gave a name. I just assumed it was "Peggy".
These scumbags have a knack for calling seniors - old people - with great accuracy.
I'd like to know how they are getting the names and numbers.
Is AARP selling them a list of people and phone numbers? Everyone who has been hit by this are also AARP members; which isn't much of a correlation but what other organization would sell this information?
Are they somehow getting Social Security or Medicare lists?
Who is supplying the telephone numbers?
That's interesting. I got one of those phone calls. I'm not an AARP member, but I'm old enough to be on their list (they keep sending me snail mail asking me to join). Unfortunately, they called after 10PM when I wasn't fully awake, so I didn't think to play with them. He said something in a thick accent I could barely understand about my computer being slow, and I mumbled something back that he probably couldn't understand and hung up.
Yup! When our ancestors wanted "fast food", it really was "fast" and we had to work hard to catch it. There were no McDs in ancient times.
IMO, the best improvement to 8.1 is that it now boots to the desktop. I don't even have to see Metro if I don't choose to.
You stick your finger in your drink, and either your date is a creep, or he's okay but you now have nail polish in your drink.
Not to mention duct tape. Everyone knows the only purpose for duct tape is to put it over someone's mouth so they can't call for help, or say "no".
The scary thing is, I knew that the crap program I wrote when I started was crap at the time, but I was behind schedule, the requirements had changed 15 times, and I couldn't think of a better way to write it.
Reputation aside, I seldom have any trouble with non-emergency calls from my AT&T iPhone, and the landline is only useful if you're at home, preferably in the same room as the phone.
The good thing about Thunderbird is, it's cross-platform. The bad is, it sucks on all of them.
I always thought MS Money was comparable to Quicken at the time. Of course Intuit has had quite a few years to work on Quicken since then, so Money, when MS quit working on it, was a lot better than Quicken is now.
It will, if it's an Asimov car. The law should only be Second Rule. No death to humans is the First.
My mom was away from home for a couple of months, and she probably DID have 2,000 letters, mostly junk mail, requests from charities, and political solicitations.