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Yeah so to lighten the mood .. how about this.. :   A frog goes into a bank and approaches the teller. He can see from her name plate that her name is Patricia Whack. "Miss Whack, I`d like to get a

Exactly what I was after.  Thanks guys.   In other news, dear BOSS: while I realize the FUBAR masterlist thing isn't your fault, why do you keep messing up where my Bashed Patch is at?  Why would I

If you want to be able to play Skyrim then follow his advice. :thumbsup:

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Which probably makes you pretty angry. I'd be pissed too.

Fucking came out of nowhere.

Found while cleaning up an old folder of stuff.

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Ever continue running programs long since they have been declared deceased? Still persisting with WLM even though it is dead, but it is convenient as one can refer back to years of old emails, so long as their storage is customised by the user for easy access. Windows Essentials also had a cool slideshow viewer which worked with WLM, but for some reason these days, one has to install bit bucket loads of other "crud" in order to use it.

The gui of Outlook Express appealed more, and the program worked well enough for millions of users despite the various known issues. Most agreed it was an improvement on the older Windows Mail and Microsoft Exchange clients.

The thing with MS dropping WLM was leaving many of its users in the lurch, at least as far as policy goes- here's a little about the Facebook issue:

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windowslive/forum/livemail-people/windows-live-mail-facebook-contacts/b6241cd2-2edc-40c3-8f9a-2492c67b8d88?tm=1578462950158

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I guess most people haven't missed what Google had done lately on YouTube, because every time I visit YouTube just to listen to a music video I was asked to login.

It is annoying and I doubt Google won't stop with this kind of nonsense.

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Just a heads up.

Today I got an e-mail from Spotify regarding a rejected payment method, I mean what kind of a transaction I use.

Or should I say I don't use at the moment, because I don't have Spotify and hadn't used since the day Spotify became public.

So, I consider that e-mail to be a fake even if it looks like it was sent from Spotify.

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