BTW I meant it's $120 a year for business CrashPlan per computer, not per month. They have one computer for accounting and the time clock, which is only a few gigs of data necessary to back up, so instead of paying for that one computer we just back
Originally Posted By: MrB… but they out did themselves this week with the doctors old flame coming to him for help with her nose that's been eaten off by syphilis. Very graphic. Dave Makes you wonder where she stuck it to begin with ! Te
Originally Posted By: leo Ji even opened the firmware, did "reset-all" but nothing changes. Okay, it's been well over 10 years since I messed with xpost so refresh me, where did you do the rest all, out of OS 9? Also why did you want to ru
Originally Posted By: musicalmarv7Nothing is spoofed here. I am living in the Philippines for almost 10 years in Oct. Married to a Filipina that long. Retired when I was 62 years old.Living on my SS pension. No secrets here Jim . Thanks for finally s
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