Short Questions that don't deserve their own thread [2015+]

BudVugger

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Antivirus... Do I really need to buy a subscription? Can't I just download avast from cnet?:shrug:

I mostly just do homework, I can use my Mac for porn.

Should have something free offered as a perk through your ISP that would normally be a paid sub. If not free is generally fine. The power lies in the user, if someone clicks on every possible thing that can be clicked on and opens every file sent their way, no antivirus is going to help them.
 
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Crazizniac

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My father in law left 40 pounds of com cards and about 16 pounds of memory in his shop after he died. I've watched the videos on recovering the gold but want to know if any of you have successfully gone through the process profitably. He actually left some decent tools and other e-bayable items that my wife and sisters made good money selling but they want me to do the gold recovery. I would be grateful for any suggestions?
 

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My father in law left 40 pounds of com cards and about 16 pounds of memory in his shop after he died. I've watched the videos on recovering the gold but want to know if any of you have successfully gone through the process profitably. He actually left some decent tools and other e-bayable items that my wife and sisters made good money selling but they want me to do the gold recovery. I would be grateful for any suggestions?
My answer is irrelevant but I can't restrain from writing. Here's the answer: I don't know because every relative that died just left me with a pile of shit.
 
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Crazizniac

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Yeh, her dad was the best. Spent every summer at a crappy fishing cabin that my brother and I bought as an investment and every winter geeking out on old computers in his basement. Then died way young when ALS scorched his nervous system. The girls all got a little bit, and my son got his Mercury Sable.