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HP BSOD after Windows Update by Schmungles on August 27th, 2009, 10:07 pm
Apparently, HP dv series laptops don't like Windows. This problem can be solved by installing a Linux distro ;)

On 8/25 Microsoft released Windows update KB973879. If you own an HP dv series laptop it may blue screen after installing the update. This can be solved by booting into safe mode and uninstalling the update from the Control Panel. Once you reboot you should be able to boot normally without a bsod. You don't have to worry about downloading the update again, Microsoft has removed it from the download center while they figure out how to write code...
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so this i guess is the place to talk about me by Industria77 on December 1st, 2015, 2:02 pm
theres alot to me, my husband calls them facets, i am a hermaphrodite, i am an inventor, i have lived as a man and as a woman, its important to note, despite how i look, i have never been a man, i just tried to function as one in society. and in both, and every aspect of my life, i am genuine. when i was a man, i was like superman, and now as a woman, i am so fragile i can barely do housework. its not a choice, this is actually explained scientifically.
before, my body ran on adrenaline, and now, i have none at all.
while i never identified as being a man, i have been passionate in both, trying to do everything i could to be the best at whatever i did, be it dishes or laying gravel. note its not that i have ever not known i was a woman, just that i didnt understand how, and while i didnt deny that part of me, i didnt allow it to control the direction my life took. unfortunately, now, i often feel that it in fact my life went the other way, and that living trying to fit into the world as...

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Note 1 by The Joshua Letters on January 19th, 2012, 9:53 am
I am posting this as more of a note than a letter. It is my response to a string of comments that I have received that have brought me to realize the necessity of covering one more important aspect on the topic of truth.

Since the time I started actively seeking truth, I have frequently heard, “Truth is relative dependent upon the person who is interpreting and their perception of it”. This is I believe, a misunderstanding that stems out of the goodness of people’s hearts, wanting to avoid confrontation and maintain the peace. It is a misconception so common that it has acquired it’s own catch phrase, “perception is reality”, but I would hope the reader would understand that such is not true… perception of truth does not equal truth. To help make this point let me present an example. For every given person, the question can be asked, “Are they dead or alive”. The truth to this question is generally easy to pin down. However, if the person is dead, the question, “How did they die?” can ...

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geosynchronicity 3 feet off of the ground... by Char0n on April 28th, 2014, 4:35 am
astrologically speaking of course the dynamic of the dichotomy between conflict and unity is among the most interesting... not merely for the duplicitous recomendations of our spiritual leaders regarding the thing itself... but for the appearent error in logic which essentially confounds them of lesser capacity and the issue surrounding both of the afore mentioned aspects...
conflict and unity... conflict simplified to state divide, or division... in no uncertain terms is the sole denominator of all things with symmetrical or less than total compass within the abyssal void... and unity the great and powerful oz of all things great and powerful in concordance with being of being be it existential or coincidental... in effect the one and only numerator of this inequality...
and this is where things get interesting for the observer... if you side with division you are to aim to divide and conquer and if you side with unity yours is the surrender to the wholeness of a supulcher and to which...

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Small Business and Computers by Schmungles on September 8th, 2009, 9:12 pm
So, after a few experiences dealing with repairing a computer for people who own their own business, I thought I'd write a blog post about it. What I've noticed, in a general sense, over the course of these interactions is the general ineptitude with which many small business owners approach technology. That people in general have an alarming lack of knowledge about technology they use probably every day (computers, the Internet, wireless networks, digital cameras, etc.) isn't new to me. Further, it's not new that average consumers often fail to apply basic common sense when it comes to their technology. For example, I am constantly amazed at the woefully inadequate passwords people use to log into their computers, e-mail accounts, banking and credit card accounts, and accounts they have to shop online with websites like Amazon. I thought that small business owners would do this better, since if an average consumer's computer stops working it's more of an annoyance than anything, but if...

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