McAfee does not like XP-SP2 any more 

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Only the mediocre are always at their best. --- Jean Giraudoux (1882 - 1944) Behind the phony tinsel of Hollywood lies the real tinsel. --- Oscar Levant (1906 - 1972) In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. --- George Orwell
A motorist driving by a Texas ranch hit and killed a calf that was crossing the road. The driver went to the owner of the calf and explained what had happened. He then asked what the animal was worth. "Oh, about $200 today," said the rancher. "But in six years it would have been worth $900. So $900 is what I'm out." The motorist sat down and wrote out a check and handed it to the farmer. "Here," he said, "is a check for $900. It's postdated six years from now."
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Six-year old Angie, and her four-year old brother, Joel, were sitting together in church. Joel giggled, sang and talked out loud. Finally, his big sister had had enough. "You're not supposed to talk out loud in church." "Why? Who's going to stop me?" Joel asked. Angie pointed to the back of the church and said, "See those two big men standing by the door? They're hushers."
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Kevin Patrick Smith, Upper East Side, NY Westie gang member busted by feds caught with to-do list with 'rob bank' written down Reported by Karl One New York bank robbery suspect was so well organized that cops found a to-do list with the words “rob bank” written on it in the crook’s Manhattan apartment after his arrest, sources said. Fastidious felon Kevin Patrick Smith, a Westies gang associate who once did 10 years for bank robbery, was busted yesterday outside his Upper East Side building as he headed out to rob a bank in New Paltz, the feds said. The cash-strapped ex-con needed money to pay his legal bills and other debts, the FBI said. Smith allegedly hired an unwitting livery cabby to drive him nearly 80 miles to the Ulster County town, where he planned to hit a Wells Fargo bank yesterday. The conscientious con should have spent more time vetting his cronies than drawing up lists. Thanks to his accomplice — an FBI informant — Smith was arrested by an FBI SWAT team as he left his apartment at 8 a.m.. The unidentified livery driver, who was waiting nearby, was questioned and released without charges. Midtown-based GroundLink Car and Limo Service said the round trip to New Paltz would have cost $530, including tip. According to court papers, Smith, 56, was planning to pick up the accomplice and a .44 Magnum handgun he had stashed in a Bronx storage facility before heading north to knock over the bank. The accomplice secretly recorded Smith for the FBI as they plotted the heist, the Manhattan federal court complaint says. Smith allegedly approached the unidentified snitch on Wednesday and recruited him for the holdup, saying he had a driver who would take them to the bank. During a follow-up meeting the next day, Smith drew a map of the area and said he would bring the gun, as well as gloves, a ski mask and a bag for the loot, which the accomplice agreed to help him load in the trunk, according to the complaint. “Smith explained that he needed cash to pay off debts, including money owed to his lawyer, credit cards and rent,” FBI Agent Michael Powers wrote in the complaint. When Smith was nabbed, he was carrying a bag that was “partially hidden by a heavy winter coat,” and which contained a black T-shirt, three pairs of gloves and a key. He was charged with one count of attempted bank robbery, which carries up to 25 years in prison. The Westies were a feared Irish-American gang that ran violent extortion and loan-sharking rackets out of Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen before being broken up with the help of turncoat member Francis “Mickey” Featherstone in the late 1980s. Last year, The Post revealed the gang was back in business under the leadership of John Bokun. Tech Support Pits From: Chuck Re: McAfee does not like XP-SP2 any more Hi Webby, I can't believe the notice I just received from McAfee. It said they no longer will support XP with service pack 2. Do you have any suggestion on how to keep my XP with a working anti virus? Chuck Dear Chuck SP3 has been fixed and is quite OK now. Just up your XP to SP3, and everything should be fine. Have FUN! DearWebby
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A Sunday school teacher asked her little children, as they were on the way to church service, "And why is it necessary to be quiet in church?" One bright little girl replied, "Because people are sleeping."
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One Sunday in a Midwest city, a young child was "acting up" during the morning worship hour. The parents did their best to maintain some sense of order in the pew, but were losing the battle. Finally, the father picked the little fellow up and walked sternly up the aisle on his way out. Just before reaching the safety of the foyer, the little one called loudly to the congregation, "Pray for me! Pray for me!"
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Today, July 7, in
1846 U.S. annexation of California was proclaimed at 
 Monterey after the surrender of a Mexican garrison.
1862 The first railroad post office was tested on the 
 Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad in Missouri.
1885 G. Moore Peters patented the cartridge-loading machine.
1898 The United States annexed Hawaii.
1920 A device known as the radio compass was used for 
 the first time on a U.S. Navy airplane near Norfolk, VA.
1930 Construction began on Boulder Dam, later Hoover Dam, 
 on the Colorado River.
1937 Japanese forces invaded China.
1950 The U.N. Security Council authorized military aid 
 for South Korea.
1969 Canada's House of Commons gave final approval to 
 a measure that made the French language equal to 
 English throughout the national government.
2011 The world's first artificial organ transplant was achieved. 
 It was an artificial windpipe coated with stem cells. 
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