How to get rid of HP Web Smart Printing nuisance  

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An inventor is simply a fellow who doesn't take his education too seriously. --- Charles F. Kettering (1876 - 1958) The only correct actions are those that demand no explanation and no apology. --- Red Auerbach
While working at a Pizza Parlor I observed a man ordering a small pizza to go. He appeared to be alone and the cook asked him if he would like it cut into 4 pieces or 6. He though about it for some time before responding. "Just cut it into 4 pieces; I don't think I'm hungry enough to eat 6.
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Jerry, a handsome dude, walked into a sports bar around 9:58 PM. He sat down next to Jill at the bar and stared up to the TV. The 10:00 PM news was now on. The news crew was covering a story of a man on a ledge of a tall building preparing to jump. Jill looked at Jerry and said, "Do you think he'll jump?" Jerry replied, "You know, I bet he will." Jill said, "Well, I bet he won't." Jerry placed a $20 bill on the bar and said, "You're on." Just as Jill placed her money on the bar, the guy shown on the TV did a swan dive off the building, falling to his death. Jill was very upset but handed $20 to Jerry saying, "Fair's fair, here's your money." Jerry replied, "I can't take your money. I saw this earlier on the 5 o'clock news and knew he would jump." Jill replied, "I saw it too, but I didn't think he'd do it again." Jerry took the money.
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Eduard A. Kovynev, 27, and Eduard P. Kovynev, 26 in Duluth, Georgia Jailed After Falling Through Ceiling During Ladies' Room Peep Session Reported by The Weekly Vice Georgia residents Eduard A. Kovynev, 27, and Eduard P. Kovynev, 26, were jailed Sunday after they allegedly crashed through a ceiling at a local movie theater while attempting to spy on women using the restroom. According to Gwinnett County Police, officers were dispatched to Venture Value Cinema in Duluth after two men crashed through a ceiling into the ladies' restroom located inside the theater. Investigators say the suspects climbed up into the ceiling from the mens' restroom and then crawled over to the ladies' restroom to spy on the unsuspecting women inside. That's when the ceiling suddenly collapsed and the two men fell through. The two men, who share the same first and last name, were booked into the Gwinnett County Jail and charged with "peeping Tom" criminal damage to property, and public intoxication. They were both released after posting $5,000 bond each. Tech Support Pits From: Wendy Re: Get rid of HP Web Smart Printing nuisance Hi, Webby, well, uninstalling that silly Smart Web Printing is a 'no-go' It won't let me uninstall it. So now what? When I go to Add/Remove programs there is no way it will let me uninstall it. It's driving me crazy. I'm thinking that maybe it's best to take this whole tower to my tech fella and get him to re-vamp this whole thing. This all started when my son unhooked my HP printer, and hooked it up to his laptop to print our Tax returns. Then, when he hooked it up again, this is what has happened. I'm going to check that ClickBook site and see if there's any help there. Thanks for all your help. Cheers, Wendy Dear Wendy Apparently you are not the only person suffering from that "HP Smart Web Malfunction". The forums are full of complaints. However, i found a solution, that apparently works: When you have IE open, click Tools, click Manage Add-Ons, click on HP Smart Web Printing on the list and then click the option to Disable this add-on. Close all open IE and then re-open it. HP Smart Web Printing should no longer automatically load. With FireFox it's the same. Tools, Add-ons, etc. ClickBook is defintiely an excellent idea for managing involved print jobs. Anything from labels to 4 "page" per sheet eBooks in paperback book format is automated by it, and when not needed, it politely exits, completely, without anything lurking in the memory. Clickbook won't get in the way of regular printing. When you do need it, you select it as if you were selecting one of many printers. Have FUN! DearWebby
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The boss ordered one of his men to dig a hole eight feet deep. After the job was completed the boss returned and explained an error had been made and the hole wouldn't be needed. "Fill 'er up," he ordered. The worker did as he'd been told. But he ran into a problem. He couldn't get all the dirt packed back into the hole without leaving a mound on top. He went to the office and explained his problem. The boss snorted, "Honestly! The kind of help you get these days! There's obviously only one thing to do. You'll have to dig that hole deeper!"
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After twenty-five years in the same parish, Father O'Malley was saying his farewells at his retirement dinner. An eminent member of the congregation - a leading politician - had been asked to make a presentation and a short speech, but was late arriving. So the priest took it upon himself to fill the time, and stood up to the microphone: "I remember the first confession I heard here twenty-five years ago and it worried me as to what sort of place I'd come to... That first confession remains the worst I've ever heard. The chap confessed that he'd stolen a TV set from a neighbor and lied to the police when questioned, successfully blaming it on a local scallywag. He said that he'd stolen money from his parents and from his employer; that he'd had affairs with several of his friends' wives; that he'd taken hard drugs, and had slept with another woman and given her a disease. You can imagine what I thought... However I'm pleased to say that as the days passed I soon realized that this sad fellow was a frightful exception and that this parish was indeed a wonderful place full of kind and decent people." At this point the politician arrived and apologized for being late, and keen to take the stage, he immediately stepped up to the microphone and pulled his speech from his pocket: "I'll always remember when Father O'Malley first came to our parish," said the politician, "In fact, I'm certain, that I was the first person in the parish that he heard in confession."
An older man strode in to his doctors office and said, "Doc, my druggist said to tell you to change my prescription and to check the prescription you've been giving to a Mrs. Vinnie Smith." "Oh, he did, did he?" the doctor shot back. "And since when does a druggist second guess a doctor's orders?" The old man says, "Since he found out I've been on birth control pills since December, abd that a certain Mrs Vinnie Smith got pregnant."
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Today, May 3, in
1568 French forces in Florida slaughtered hundreds of Spanish.
1802 Washington, DC, was incorporated as a city.
1859 France declared war on Austria.
1888 Thomas Edison organized the Edison Phonograph Works.
1916 Irish nationalist Padraic Pearse and two others were 
 executed by the British for their roles in the Easter Rising.
1921 West Virginia imposed the first state sales tax.
1926 The revival of Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" opened in New York.
1926 In Britain, trade unions began a general strike.
1944 Wartime rationing of most grades of meats ended in the U.S.
1944 Dr. Robert Woodward and Dr. William Doering produced the first 
 synthetic quinine at Harvard University.
1945 Indian forces captured Rangoon, Burma, from the Japanese.
1952 The first airplane landed at the geographic North Pole.
1968 After three days of battle, the U.S. Marines retook Dai Do 
 complex in Vietnam. They found that the North Vietnamese had 
 evacuated the area.
1971 Anti-war protesters began four days of demonstrations in 
 Washington, DC.
1986 In NASA's first post-Challenger launch, an unmanned Delta 
 rocket lost power in its main engine shortly after liftoff. 
 Safety officers destroyed it by remote control.
1988 The White House acknowledged that first lady Nancy Reagan 
 had used astrological advice to help schedule her husband's 
1992 Five days of rioting and looting ended in Los Angeles, CA. 
 The riots, that killed 53 people, began after the acquittal of 
 police officers in the beating of Rodney King.
1997 The "Republic of Texas" surrendered to authorities ending 
 an armed standoff where two people were held hostage. The 
 group asserts the independence of Texas from the U.S.
1999 Mark Manes, at age 22, was arrested for supplying a gun to 
 Eric Harris and Dylan Kleibold, who later killed 13 people at 
 Columbine High School in Colorado.
2000 The trial of two Libyans accused of killing 270 people in 
 the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 (over Lockerbie) opened.
2006 In Alexandria, VA, Al-Quaida conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui 
 was given a sentence of life in prison for his role in the 
 terrorist attack on the U.S. on September 11, 2001. 
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