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Re: Computer stuff.... 27 Apr 2012 15:07 #58026

sent an email with further pleas..LOL

Re: Computer stuff.... 27 Apr 2012 15:46 #58030

thanks for trying...it must be a sign....
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Re: Computer stuff.... 27 Apr 2012 15:48 #58031

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Ill get it... DOing multiple things...;)

getting caught up on applications atm...:silly:
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Re: Computer stuff.... 27 Apr 2012 16:00 #58032

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Jestor can you post that picture here?

Re: Computer stuff.... 27 Apr 2012 16:31 #58041

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"If you think it is important to know about yourself only because I or someone else has told you it is important, then I am afraid all communication between us comes to an end. But if we agree that it is vital that we understand ourselves completely, then you and I have quite a different relationship, then we can explore together with a happy, careful and intelligent enquiry.

I do not demand your faith; I am not setting myself up as an authority. I have nothing to teach you - no new philosophy, no new system, no new path to reality; there is no path to reality any more than to truth. All authority of any kind, especially in the field of thought and understanding, is the most destructive, evil thing. Leaders destroy the followers and followers destroy the leaders. You have to be your own teacher and your own disciple. You have to question everything that man has accepted as valuable, as necessary."~Krishnamurti~


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Re: Computer stuff.... 30 Apr 2012 21:55 #58434

:cheer: THANK YOU!!!!!!!:woohoo: :woohoo:

Re: Computer stuff.... 30 Apr 2012 21:58 #58435

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That was all ren....;)...

He's so goooood!!!
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Re: Computer stuff.... 01 May 2012 00:15 #58458

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