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Who's heard Little Richard sing "Shake a hand"?

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    cloasters Well-Known Member

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    That "old guy," what a secret agent! Thank you very much for the "magic" posts, verry interesting! Glad that you knew Ricky Jay and simply forgot his name. I didn't know it before seeing it in the credits for a "The X-Files" episode.
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    What a great, fantastic find! Thank you Mr Daniel!
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    You worry to much about flaws George. I've used mint for around 8 years and never personally encountered any flaws. Give Firefox a chance you will have no reason to regret it.
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    My favorite Loveitt song
    "Remembering all those son's of bitches who said we'd never get back up!"



    Probably the first time I've seen a song filmed on location.

    For me this song is something of a master piece akin "Ode to Billy Joe"
    I can feel the arid semi desert of southwest Texas, the barren years and years of hopeless surrender.
    Where the only victory is to endure within ones own pride.

    A young cowboy and an old rancher just scraping by together.
    I've listen to this so many times I feel like I once tied up their horses
    outside the LaSal hotel. ":O}
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    I missed this one, just to fast for me! ":O}

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    I used Firefox for years, even B4 Linux. And liked it a lot. These looked like serious security flaws, in the "unforgivable zone" to me.
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    Definitely a real deal song. Mr Lovett is something else! Just went through a zillion Youtube entries looking for lyrics to this great song. No luck. I'm ignorant of most of his work. Always something.
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    Great Find! Thank you Daniel!! What a fast forty five minutes!
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    So serious I never see them? I've never had the slightest problem with it. To each his own."O}
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    Software can do nasty tricks that you'll never see. Linux does NOT do this, yet I recall reading more than one item that said that Firefox unfortunately does bad things. Can't find anything right now, but reports have said that Firefox is up to no good recently.
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    My policy is simple, use what works and is reliable. Except for "Flash" issues years ago, it's never done anything but work and has never done anything to me. People make a living finding out what's wrong with what is otherwise alright That's not to say there aren't issues I'm unaware of, But I use it everyday for everything.

    For the most part
    (98% of the time to grab a impressive number out f thin air Ricky Style to bolster my arguement.)

    what they find will have zero effect upon you. So unless it's a moral issue, who cares?

    From my point of view you let someone somewhere talk you out of a good thing. Has anyone here had troubles stemming from using Firefox?

    George think of the years you spent in servitude to MS, Had you listened to me they would have been considerably shortened.

    Try Firefox So I can pretend my advice is needed and heeded. ":O}

    Or you can just go..

    Kiss my ass Kemonsava and go out on the ocean and ride your pony on your boat.. ":O}
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    Well! Indeed, good sir! I believe it was even more than a moral issue. I'm NOT knocking your choice of browsers!!

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