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Topic # 9981 28-Oct-2006 16:42
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I've been learning by trial and error. Some of those errors have led me to an almost obsessive interest in security programs, I've tried out a lot of them. Generally a beginner, with a bit of knowledge on a good day.
Likes: Summer, traveling with Mrs Tarq, Good food, computers, good freeware, food, movies, music, pet cat, driving, flying, and world peace.
Dislikes: Those sticky little labels they put on fruit.


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  Reply # 50070 28-Oct-2006 16:47
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Hi and Welcome to GZ

And soon they will lazer  those labels onto fruit

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Reply # 50071 28-Oct-2006 17:26
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Welcome to Geekzone!
APPLE STICKER HATERS UNITE!

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 50072 28-Oct-2006 17:29
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JAMMAN2110: Welcome to Geekzone!
APPLE STICKER HATERS UNITE!

Very sorry JAMMAN2110, but we dont tolerate hate speech here...

Consider yourself moderated.




Oh, and Hi there Tarq57 - what happened to the other 56 Tarqs?

I have already despatched 2109 JAMMANS to the netherworld... but Tarqs are new to me...




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Reply # 50073 28-Oct-2006 17:30
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having a lazer could be fun

I could use it on the people that tag around our area

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  Reply # 50078 28-Oct-2006 17:45
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john, the lasers are for fruit alone, and should not be used to label people! Oh and greetings Tarq :)







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  Reply # 50082 28-Oct-2006 17:53
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Mean tony! those stickers are annoying...  johnr I know a great (and cheaply priced) website for buying lasers that you can point out stuff / burn stuff with .. you know how to contact people Wink



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  Reply # 50146 29-Oct-2006 11:56
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Thanks for the missives of welcome.
I don't know what happened to the other 56 Tarqs. That made me feel somewhat uneasy, till I found a Tarq99 on Cnet.
I'd think tasers might be more effective on taggers.

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