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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Scotty P, Dec 6, 2009.
C:/del*.* from the promt menu will fix you right up. :eek1
Wipedisk c: also works, take your pick.
I'm so glad my friends are SO helpful
Damn, now you went and hurt me feelings. I am going to have to file a butt hurt report on you.
Just because I am a giver, you can have these steps that will help. I guarrentee that you will feel much better afterwards.
1st, Load the Benelli with 00.
2nd Walk out back with Mary and laptop
3rd when you say "pull" Mary launches laptop towards the woods as hard as she can.
4th.....you know what to do.....BANG! BANG!
Now grab a beer and a smoke. Doesn't it feel better!
I'm not having any problems with any of the compters. I've had the laptop for 4 years and still enjoy it. I really like the new computer with window 8. Still learning new things but having fun doing doing it! Not sure what his problem is
He is thinking too hard.
yeah that is not his strong suit. OOPS Happy Aniversary Honey
Of couse Scott's response would be and I would tell him (take away the Koolaid.....)
learn to log off when I walk away from the computer........
I like it when Mary peeks in ...
Vista was shit before it was released and I never let it come into the office. I was a developer for XP Pro when it came out - and liked it (for the staff). I kept 2000 on the servers and in my office. I still have a pc here at the cabin running 2000 and it still works better than anything MS ever released.
Yup I think that pretty well says it.
More Mary, less clown. :eek1
luv ya buddy
That can be arranged
Come north and hang out, the subject today is why beard contests are cool
Take a look
I think a healthy mix of both is good ...
We need you. Again this year my company is leading a Bridge Ride for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. It's a motorcycle tour through the countryside around Fredericksburg VA, designed to go over or under as many bridges as possible. The $$ come from the riders either donating or collecting pledges for each bridge we cross. The only rule is every rider has to generate some kind of donation (last year we did 60 bridges and raised over $2,500). Other than that, it's open to anyone - employees, friends, customers, passengers, any bike, anybody who can safely handle an intermediate-level ride of 4 to 5 hours, including several butt breaks. We'll stay off major highways and aim for twisty country roads; relaxed pace, but RAIN OR SHINE, we still go. ALL proceeds go to our Company Relay for Life team.
The 2013 Bridge Ride is the afternoon of Thursday 9 May, so now is the time to sign up to ride, to pledge, or to donate. I'll update the list of riders as it builds so you know who to pledge, or you can reply to this message with your pledge or donation. Again , we need you to make this even better than last year! Thanks for making a difference
Please PM me with your Name and email so we can pass you more info.
I can't make it Thursday but I'll pledge a buck a bridge for GSAP!
Enjoy the ride.
Thanks Buddy... that is awesome... I forgot to mention that I'd mail or hand deliver a SMIB sticker to anyone who pledge or participate.
I'll pledge a buck a bridge. Anybody fighting that nasty ass cancer deserves support. Let me know how to get you the $$.
You SMIBs have snow days, we have fire days. Base closed due to the fire. I thought I would have the day off. Nope the boss said I had honey do's and gave me a list.
How do you measure fire accumulation :huh?
By whether you can breathe and see more than a mile on a clear day. Last year when the Whitewater-Baldy Fire was fresh all of Socorro was under a cloud of smoke. I couldn't see more than a few hundred feet until I rode my bike 3 miles or so north, where the visibility was the usual 30+ miles. :eek1