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Great video on manually removing the infected files.  
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Today's one of those days when I think I should learn to #meditate ....and quickly! 
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Maybe the funniest thing I've read ever on social media!
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"Whoa, this is a nice day! The birds are singing, the sun is shining...it's perfect! " - Avery Louise, age 4. #perspective
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I often hear sales leaders complain that their salespeople “can’t close.” But this is a presenting problems, not the root cause. Closing business is relatively easy and straightforward. You simply ...
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The five stages of inebriation, a vintage Australian primer in drunkenness

"You’re slightly angry at someone for reasons you will later fail to recall. You feel the need for brutal honesty."
You’re good. No one can tell. You’re a social drinker. Sophisticated. Adult.   These hilarious photographs, dated between 1863 and 1868, are believed to be propaganda from a New South Wales temperance group. While some might argue they’re a bit sensational, I’d say that for a certain type of drunk, they’re deadly accurate (Have drunks changed much since the mid 19th century? No, they just have Twitter now). They coincide with the 1866 “Drunkard’...
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These guys helped me find a laptop replacement screen other local computer repair shops could not. I bought the screen from them with intent to put in myself, but when I picked it up they offered to put it in at now extra cost. 10 minutes later I was on my way with a working laptop again. Highly recommended!
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My wife took our Jeep in and the cost of to repair the starter they "fixed" 2 months earlier was over $500. When I called to ask about the repair cost it magically dropped to under $200. Poor work (as evident by having their work fail within 2 months), cheats (as evident by over estimating to my wife), and not recommended.
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