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Good Morning,  !
It's Sunday, May 1, 2011

It warmed up to 8 above freezing in the afternoon, but with
a nasty north wind. I went for my walk anyway, and even wore
my shorts. Yes, sure I looked goofy, wearing my parka jacket
and shorts, but nobody laughed. 
Mainly because nobody else was out walking.

One lady, who turned up her collar to brave the wind chill
between her car at the curb and her house, pointed at my legs
and pumped a raised fist. 

So I walked an additional two miles. This opposite of gullible 
warming is a nuisance, but it won't stop me!

Have FUN!
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From the Tech Support Pits: From Greta Re: How do I smooth old writing on pictures? Dear Webby, Now that I have seen the picture o the forgery, it is rather obvious. If I did that with my driver's license, I'd get thrown into the slammer instantly! Can I smooth captions and writing on old pictures? They are in GIF format and just maps with directions to different sights in the park. Thanks Greta Dear Greta First save the pictures in JPG, PSP, PSD, or PNG format. Increase the color depth from 256 to 16 Million. The soften the picture, and if necessary, soften more. After that, sharpen and increase contrast. It won't make the writing quite as smooth and elegant as if you write it fresh, but it will look much better than it did. Have FUN DearWebby
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