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Thank you … Shall click on the Malwarebytes …

It has always done an exemplary job – just had wondered if there was a secondary recommendation.

Have a nice evening.

Thank you for sending the link and your recommendation.

Have a nice evening.

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Thank you and have a very nice evening.

Thanks again.

All is clean and no viruses …

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Make it a habit to open the task manager and check for any unwanted processes. Also disable the xbox bar and other unnecessary tool bar processes. Make sure to disable all unnecessary programmes from the start up. That will be very helpful. :slight_smile:


Glorious MSG!



3x + 1 = :face_with_head_bandage:

Back in 1963, if I was 24 hours from Tulsa and decided to stop for the night, where might I have been? And is there any good food there?

(1) Pretty much anywhere on earth.
(2) I’ll take a stab at it. Probably because you were with your mom.

Aren’t the Twin Cities about 24 hours from Tulsa?
If so, then a lutefisk hot dish seems in order.

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Not if you were driving and “stopped to rest for the night”.

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Hmmm…. I couldn’t determine if it was a trick question….but if limited to driving then it’s hard to say which Interstates were around in 1963 or the direction you were traveling… but I think one could actually reach Tulsa in 24 hours from Los Angeles, NYC from the east, almost Canada from the north and certainly Mexico from the South. Alternatively, assuming you were traveling a reasonable 70 mph for 12 hours you’d be looking at roughly a 840 mile radius.

As for good food; sure there was good food especially if you were coming from Minneapolis and had dined on Spam. :drooling_face:

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Lol or Spam!!!

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The answer…

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My father bought ACCENT as soon as it came on the market. Used it with FSU abandon. Never any side affects then…, or now.

“Food is a pretty good prism through which to view humanity.”

― Jonathan Gold