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Postby Neilyman » 06 Oct 2005, 15:17

My new kitten, who was a stray & `moved in` last week, is a bit of a Chevettes.com fan. :P

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Postby jifop » 06 Oct 2005, 17:43

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Before you say anything..... no i cant spell or type!

The post above is my own personal opinion, it is not meant to upset or cause offence, if it does bugger off.

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Postby chris(not) » 06 Oct 2005, 19:36

Thought the screen in the background looked familiar- it's not IEx!

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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 06 Oct 2005, 20:42

you and yer missus partake in a bit of webcam action or just you Neily :wink:
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Postby Neilyman » 06 Oct 2005, 22:06

Herbie_Flowers wrote:you and yer missus partake in a bit of webcam action or just you Neily :wink:


Me, with my Sister actually :) she lives near you, in Kingswinford, & also my mate in California.

Sorry to dissapoint you, ya Privet!

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Postby Cooltony » 11 Oct 2005, 17:25

mozilla fox?
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Postby Neilyman » 11 Oct 2005, 17:38

Cooltony wrote:mozilla fox?


Almost! Mozilla Firefox..... :lol:
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Postby Doive » 11 Oct 2005, 19:55

Firefox rocks.
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Postby Shellysowner » 12 Oct 2005, 01:13

Don't think many people here will argue with that one!
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Postby iety2004 » 12 Oct 2005, 11:03

Hell Yeah!

Erm, can anybody recommend a anti virus programme? norton is poo.
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Postby Shellysowner » 12 Oct 2005, 11:05

Well I like AVG... although admittedly it aint that great at getting certain Trojans but its free and it integrates really nicely with Thunderbird, updates are fast and frequent... not bad for the price :P
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Postby jayen4 » 12 Oct 2005, 12:16

iety2004 wrote:Hell Yeah!

Erm, can anybody recommend a anti virus programme? norton is poo.
Yes,I can! :) . You need 'Kaspersky' . My computer man put it on my machine,ages ago and NOTHING gets past it ! Updates itself every day and warns you,if it detects viruses etc. Hope this helps. 8)
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Postby shuvit-tim » 12 Oct 2005, 15:13

i use AVG free and norton internet security (which is w***). also i use spybot S&D and adaware. 'hijack this' is also a wonderful little tool for getting rid of any stubborn viruses embedded in your registry, but only if you know what you're doing with it! and the occasional scan with CWshredder never does any harm. [not that i'm paranoid you understand :wink: ]

possibly going to be using McAfee on my laptop at some point soon as I have zero faith in norton and i'm not sure AVG is up to the job as a standalone checker.

zonealarm is also supposed to be superb
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Postby Neilyman » 12 Oct 2005, 17:01

NAV 2005, Adaware, Zone alarm & Firefox/Thunderbird used here......never have a problem 8)
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Postby Shellysowner » 12 Oct 2005, 17:17

shuvit-tim wrote:i use AVG free and norton internet security (which is w***). also i use spybot S&D and adaware. 'hijack this' is also a wonderful little tool for getting rid of any stubborn viruses embedded in your registry, but only if you know what you're doing with it! and the occasional scan with CWshredder never does any harm. [not that i'm paranoid you understand :wink: ]

possibly going to be using McAfee on my laptop at some point soon as I have zero faith in norton and i'm not sure AVG is up to the job as a standalone checker.

zonealarm is also supposed to be superb


Exactly what I have Tim, all the progs you have mentioned are the ones I use but I've not got Norton. Had 2005 but I deleted it cos it was rubbish! Got ZA pro too!
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Postby wilsonc001 » 12 Oct 2005, 18:37

Sorry to drag it back on topic ( :P ) but whats your kittys name? We got another one a few weeks back and called her Badger, have a look...

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Postby Miss Icey » 12 Oct 2005, 21:00

Wow thats a cute little kitty Neily!

Here is a better picture of Badger :)

http://www.aujd75.dsl.pipex.com/Badgerbig.jpg
(Big picture so easier in a link)

Oh and here is our Persian (who is very ick at the moment :( )

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Postby Neilyman » 12 Oct 2005, 21:27

Here`s another of `Sally`, she`s 13 weeks old :)

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Postby Miss Icey » 12 Oct 2005, 21:30

Owww I think I'm in love! Shes so cute!

I bought 'Badger' a pink mini t-shirt the other day :oops:
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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 12 Oct 2005, 23:00

i hate cats.....
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Postby shuvit-tim » 13 Oct 2005, 16:51

hehe hurrah for herbs!

cats are evil! :evil:

they're devious. dogs are better, you know where you are with a dog, a cat constantly tries to manipulate you!
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Postby Miss Icey » 13 Oct 2005, 17:05

I have to say I'm more of a doggy person - but I don't have much choice when I live with people who own cats!

Max and Badger grow on you - you know where your at with each of them.....

But dogs are totally much better!
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Postby Neilyman » 13 Oct 2005, 17:10

Cats are OK, you let `em out on a morning & let them in at night, I don`t see the other 2 I`ve got `till hunger calls @ bedtime! :lol:
The only reason the kittens about is cos it`s too young to let out yet.
I`ve always had a dog myself, my last `un died last year at 17yrs old, just never got another.

Cats are less trouble than `bloody Students`...... :twisted:
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Postby Shellysowner » 13 Oct 2005, 17:12

Neilyman wrote:Cats are less trouble than `bloody Students`...... :twisted:


Are you saying that you've had pet Students Neily? :shock: You know thats illegal don't you!
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Postby Miss Icey » 13 Oct 2005, 17:15

Neilyman wrote:Cats are OK, you let `em out on a morning & let them in at night, I don`t see the other 2 I`ve got `till hunger calls @ bedtime! :lol:
The only reason the kittens about is cos it`s too young to let out yet.
I`ve always had a dog myself, my last `un died last year at 17yrs old, just never got another.

Cats are less trouble than `bloody Students`...... :twisted:


Ours NEVER go out - always around the house ready to pounce at any second! :lol:

My Dog died at the same age - was very sad as I'd have him since I was about 5y/o
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