where hypotheses come to die (madman101) wrote,
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stop germs before they cause bad breath - (product recall)

I ran my most effective spyware remover overnight, AdAdware, and there was not a single bug in my system.  Why? - Two reasons - i am now using SpyBlaster - it is excellent and uses very little memory.  It can also be configured to block active x controls of your choice.  Hint - i start it manually though and then minimise, cuz i'm not sure it works otherwise.  Only prob - you have to look manually for updates - and updates are less frequent now, now that the big companies are suing it for being so effective.  BUT there is a programme you can get that will check for updates on any programme you select.  Can't find it right now though - let me know if you're interested and i'll find it for you.

The other reason is i now go into internet options and delete all cookies and files after being online, or when something suspicious happens.  This has never created a problem for me.  There are some programmes that will do this automatically, including the add-on, IE7pro, which also helps prevents crashes and does recoveries after crashes.  I was wary of it at first, but it's good.

I also ran virus scanners last night and - for the first time ever - found a virus and removed it.  Well - that's not true - once i did run the belarc online scanner and it found a trojan, but it took forever, just like it's software PCcilan, which sucks.

i have avg and avast - which provide resident virus protection.  But i have turned off scheduled complete scans because they take too much memory, and i just do complete scans manually when i feel like it, offline.

I have done the same with SpyBot, and turned off it's resident protection i addition cuz it's just too much.

A great resident protection to have, in addition to SpyBlaster, is Scotty the Dog - or WinPatrol.  This dog barks and runs around looking for cookies and checking things.  It has a similar new software/changes detector like resident SpyBot, but it is so much less of a hassle so i keep it on.  And WinPatrol also doesn't take much memory.

All of these programmes are free, via www.download.com, etc., and have been thouroughly tested ad investigated by me trully.

first of all - i want to mention that eating oysters while drinking seems to fight future hangovers, although this might be another brendan myth

but doing fish oil capsules - or anything to break up fat in food you eat while drinking - is a good thing - because alcohol tends to facilitate bad food into the bloodstream

i have decided i really don't like wine cuz it makes me sleepy and is too sweet - i will only drink about a dixie cup or two of it a day for the health benefits or to help me fall asleep at night.

i had a dream last night that america was becoming a stronger nation and there were all these george washingtons marching around in ever-increasing numbers.

then there was a battle where people were trying to climb to the the top of a dresser-drawers.  it was something aweful.  but thankfully the elizabeth taylor type character made it.  and someone who had made some special antidote for an eye problem in the battle...

was later in my basement and we both became delusional and saw this big weird talking spider

i went to the supermarket yesterday, and the "polynesian girl" was being a lot cooler with the staring problem, but she kept getting in front of me etc. at the pizzaria.

i looked her up on myspace and she's only 16 - actually 17 cuz she just had a birthday - i'm so glad i know how to avoid trouble

i don't know why everybody is always staring there - it's just like at the fricken cafes - and they always turn it back on you to make you look like a stalker or something

i just stalk my oysters

PS - goodbye to my dear Kurt Vonnegut - he's gone on to join the fictitious sirens of titan
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