Refurb an old machine 



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Good Morning,  !
It's Saturday, December 18, 2010

We rebuilt this server after yesterday's attack. I don't know if 
somebody wanted to use the big postcard server to send 
10 Million Christmas cards to the ACLU, or to attack the Pentagon, 
but it was a very bad attack. 

Some good news for a change: 

23,096 Teddybears were thrown onto the ice during a hockey
game in Calgary, an old tradition. Details and link to a video of it
are here at Teddy Bear Rain. 
This is just a screen shot I snapped off the video and doesn't 
really show the rain of teddybears. But you get a small taste of it.

While tossing hats onto the ice when a player scores three goals 
might be hockey's most famous tossing tradition, it simply 
doesn't compare to the grandeur of 23,096 teddy bears and 
other stuffed animals blanketing the rink as they did at 
the Calgary Hitmen game on Sunday: 

For 16 years the Hitmen, who were co-owned by and named after 
former WWF champion Bret Hart, have held a Teddy Bear Toss to 
benefit over 50 charities in Alberta that work with children. 
On Monday, after the 23,000-strong toss, the players 
hand-delivered teddy bears to the Alberta Children's Hospital.  
Brett Hart died in a game a few years ago, but the tradition 
continues.

The fans bring the stuffed animals to the game and then wait 
for the first goal to be scored. For the 16,844 fans at the 
Saddledome watching the Hitmen take on the Red Deer Rebels 
on Sunday, the honor went to Cody Sylvester at 3:49 of the 
first period. He scored, and the mayhem started and continued 
for 40 minutes while play was delayed. "It's unbelievable," 
Sylvester told the Examiner after the game. 
"Scoring in front of all those fans and all those teddy bears 
coming down on you -- it's a pretty special moment." 

Have FUN!
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From the Tech Support Pits: From: Mr E Re: Refurb an old machine Dear Webby, Long time no hear and see.. so how have you've been? As for me/us here in the usa, we are still trying to make ends meet..... ok now for my request. I am looking for a good tune up program (that wont destroy my computer, and a program that will find old programs so that i can get them off of my computer). Thank you and have a great day. Signed: Mr. E --------------------- Dear Ed For the UNinstalling, I recommend the Secure Uninstaller It finds the hidden stuff too. For tuning up, you probably need a GOOD Registry tuner like Registry Booster, because by now most likely your Registry is a chaotic mess. I use it myself too, every time I boot up. It keeps my ancient XP klunker running just fine, faster than brand new Windows7 machines. Have FUN! DearWebby
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