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Personally, I prefer the "watch cat" over the watch dog.
When your pet tiger here's a noise, it doesn't make any of its own. Just patiently waits. If the burglar breaks in - their might be a muffled scream; some clean-up; and a short term reduction in your feeding bill.
As if that would stop the loverboys from coming, some may not even have owners.
In our case the story ended well. It turned out that the loverboy recently became homeless and our cat felt lonely. She had attacked every cat before and after him, but he was right. She let him in and eventually we had two cats that kept everything else away from the house, including dogs.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
Need help? Here's a tip: skip straight to the end and reinstall windows.
you could send all sorts of logs to the help desk and on their suggestion do the "sfc/scannow" and other useless things, but when has that ever helped
- scroll down almost any windows bug forum, nearly always ends with "try reinstalling windows" (too often followed a bit later with a reply from the OP: "thanks - that worked" - FFS)
Signature ready for installation. Please Reboot now.
When I get to see user prompts like that it really makes me feel someone's stuck on the stone age of web development.
I'm not sure, I could be wrong. Do we still limit user from entering special characters? If yes, for what reason someone should be blocking these innocent characters? - * +, - & _ etc.
I was painstakingly writing a product review in detail. At the end when I clicked on Submit button,
it says "Please avoid using special characters". As if it's just a ignorable warning. It jus didn't let me submit till I removed the last quote symbol. How weird this is.
I thought it's just about removing angle brackets (HTML Tags). But I had to remove even quotation marks,:, ; ,-, + , &,/,\ everything.
Is there a sane reason behind this restriction? (I remember me restricting people entering "<>" tags in input box when I tried my very first classic Asp page )
Starting to think people post kid pics in their profiles because that was the last time they were cute - Jeremy Falcon.