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Old 05-31-01, 11:15 AM   #1
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Ha Ha!!!!

We just got a new computer where I work. Its a Dell, P3 856 megahertz. I moves like greased lightining!!! I'll be a posting freak!!! Just like Pete!!!
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Old 05-31-01, 11:24 AM   #2
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Fubar, you better get to work or you may be working at a place where the only computer you get to use is pushing the buttons for "Double Cheeseburger" and "Super Size Fries".
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Mike, you've got a point, there. On the other hand, Bob Newhart developed his successful style of one-sided telephone conversations while on the phone at a boring job.

Fubar, just "don't quit your day job, yet."

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Faster than a speeding Pete Clark. Able to leap Bike forums in single bound. Its Fubar5, super poster!!!!
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Old 05-31-01, 12:32 PM   #5
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Fubar, you better get to work or you may be working at a place where the only computer you get to use is pushing the buttons for "Double Cheeseburger" and "Super Size Fries".
Remember Fubar buddy, posting at work can be fun, like lots of dangerous things. But your boss doesn't have to walk by your desk to see what you are doing on your computer. He/she may be watching from his own computer.
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Don't worry guys, I don't post when there is work to be done. But we usually have 10-15 minute periods when there are no patients so I take advantage of it and get in a few posts. Thanks for lookin' out for me though guys!!!
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A little working...
A little posting...
A lot of biking!!!
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A little working...
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Straight up!!!!
Couldn't have said it better myself.
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So who's gonna get to 1,000 posts first?

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Looks like Badger is going to be the first to 1,000.
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Well your in the lead. Stop being modest.
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For anybody posting from work, you might be interested in a product called "Disappearing Email". According to the
vendor it lets you:

determine how long messages remain readable
be confident that your messages are always under your control
specify email records you wish to make permanently unreadable
communicate with family members and friends without having your
messages become part of your company's corporate record
protect email stored on laptops by making it unreadable after a
specified period of time

It's actually a form of automatic public encryption: The "key" is stored
on a central computer, and remains valid for whatever duration the
sender has designated. During normal use, the sender composes HTML mail
(it won't work on plain text) and the software embeds a link to the
centrally-stored key and decoding software. The key allows the message
to be decoded automatically--- no password, user intervention or special
software is needed on the recipient's end.

At the end of the valid period designated by the sender, the key is
withdrawn, and the email then becomes unreadable. It doesn't actually
"disappear," but stays as encrypted gibberish that would be--- at best--
- very hard to decrypt.

"Disappearing Email" is free for personal use.


http://www.disappearing.com/ms/index.html
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Don't worry guys, I don't post when there is work to be done. But we usually have 10-15 minute periods when there are no patients so I take advantage of it and get in a few posts. Thanks for lookin' out for me though guys!!!
So that's how Fubar5, get all his post, I was really wandering where he gets his energy riding and posting.....
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