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‘I Stand With Phil’ Petition Links Restored on Twitter

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See? We don’t have to take their shit. We can shove it right back at them. This could get to be “habit forming.” Ou rah! — jtl, 419

By Michael Mullins via NewsMax.com  

“I stand with Phil” petition links have been restored on Twitter after supporters of the “Duck Dynasty” patriarch, Phil Robertson, claimed the social media site purposely blocked the website for political reasons.

Earlier in the week, Twitter users attempting to post links to the “I stand with Phil” petition website were prevented from doing so, receiving messages that the content they were posting contained malware or that the site was spam.

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“Eastern Black Swallowtail Caterpillar” (By: Michele Babcock-Nice)

soon to be butterflies!

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In our garden this week, we noticed several Eastern Black Swallowtail caterpillars (Papilio polyxenes).  They are beautiful!  I counted one dozen of them feeding on the parsley plants in our garden.  And, with one dozen of them eating those plants, their food supply is diminishing quickly!

At first upon seeing these caterpillars, I thought they might be those of the Anise Swallowtail, however I have never seen that type of swallowtail in the eastern part of the United States.  The Eastern Black Swallowtail caterpillar, however, is quite similar to the Anise Swallowtail caterpillar (Papilio zelicaon), and can be easily deceiving in potentially confusing them with each other.

I am thrilled to have observed and photographed these caterpillars this week on our parsley plants, especially because birds, spiders, and/or wasps often prey on various caterpillars in our yard before they become adult butterflies or moths.  It was a…

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good day, I made it home with family…

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Spring has sprung, and Easter is again upon us!  There is much to be thankful for in celebrating another Easter – Christ’s ultimate sacrifice in giving his life for us, dying a horrible death beyond words and resurrecting his spirit for us.  Jesus is the God who continually forgives our sins and is our ultimate savior, unable to be replaced by anyone or anything.  And, though there are many things in our world by which we may attempt to replace our Creator, what it all comes down to in the end is that God is the ‘be all and the end all,’ the first and the last, the alpha and the omega. 

So, while many of us are spending additional time at church during this Easter season, reflecting, praying, and meditating on Jesus and his life, death, and resurrection, we must always remember that we are all His children.  With…

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great tips,I recently suffered from someone sending me malware and changed my antivirus program instead of windows 7 os. good idea to use UNIX if you can. I probably run too many browsers, IE, Firefox and Chrome, if Chrome doesn’t work, I use IE. Firefox had been hit hard. but hey we are survivors

Tablets vs Laptop Computers

Many personal computers are now connected to the Internet and to local area networks, facilitating the spread of malicious code. Today’s computer viruses may also take advantage of network services such as the World Wide Web, e-mail, and file sharing systems to spread, blurring the line between viruses and worms.

An e-mail virus travels as an attachment to e-mail messages, and usually replicates itself by automatically mailing itself to dozens of people in the victim’s e-mail address book.


Following are the Symptoms of a computer virus

*The computer restarts on its own
*The computer runs slower than usual
*Disks or disk drives are inaccessible
*Applications on the computer do not work correctly and You see unusual error messages
*The computer stops responding, or it locks up frequently
*The computer crashes, and then it restarts every few minutes

You can protect your computer against viruses with a few simple…

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