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To do so we use Google Chrome with the absolutely necessary adblock plus. The last thing we want is mom or grandma to be invited for a chat by a scantily-clad lady from Russia. But for streamingI don't think we've had issues at all. Maybe the rare popup or popunder but that's about it. We've never had a streaming video fail due to the lack of a plugin or application. Our 32 inch Samsung monitor is our TV in the living room as it's small and cozy...anything larger would be overpowering for that space. Of course, a Roku is handy as well, but we only use ours maybe 30% of the time. Chromecast is also a great and inexpensive addition as the Chrome extension allows playback from computer to TV screen. The rest we watch on, uh...those alternative streaming sites.
Not if a black-bag team is in the area.
With the number of Operating or General Support grants shrinking and those available funds competed for heavily, should we be looking on line for help? Can efforts like this be a better way to approach it?"
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And strapping a bomb onto your torso and killing dozens of innocent shoppers in a bazaar isn't? I'm not saying it's ideal or even right but I'd take my chances with the precision of a drone over that of a religious zealot any day.
You ARE awesome man. Thank you for your open, honest statements. I appreciate it more than you know.