Friday, December 31, 2010

No Agenda Thursday


Posted on Thursday 30 December 2010

#265 No Agenda Show for Thursday December 30th 2010
Moon Base on Mars


- NA-265-2010-12-30
    – Moon Base on Mars
    – This Episode's Executive Producers: Sir Sam Leung
    – Associate Executive Producer: Troy Rutter
    – Art By: Nick the Rat
    – Knighthood: Sir Sam Leung
    – PR
        – No Agenda Novels 
    – Shownotes in HTML na265html 
    – Shownotes in OPML na265opml


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Friday, December 24, 2010

No Agenda Thursday

No Agenda Thursday

#263 No Agenda Show for Thursday December 23d 2010 
Don't Ask, Don't Yell

    - This Episode's Executive Producer: Baron van Pelsmaekers 
    - This Episode's Executive Producer: Sir Greg Birch 
    - This Episode's Executive Producers and 263 Club Members: Allan 
      Bose, Steven Wilkinson, John Cosimano, Alex Kroke, Noel Plomarit, 
      Jonathan Jackson, Sheigh Obrien, 
    - Associate Executive Producers: Jon Terada, Niven Brooks, Ann 
      Nonymous, Adam Williams 
    - Knighthoods: Allan Bose, Greg Stone 
    - Art By: Nick the Rat 
    - PR 
        - Willow: In The Morning on xmas cards 
        - HAM in the Morning
    - Shownotes in HTML na263html
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Monday, December 20, 2010

TIP-Carbonite Optimizing

Now that you have Carbonite installed on your system, it should be set to 'set and forget' which essentially means it backs up everything all the time.  But if you are part of a home network, utilizing many laptops and devices on the same wired/wireless network, it can start to be quite noticeable.  A simple method is to change to the LOW PRIORITY mode, but if you know there are specific 'temp' folders, in my case, downloads from missed tv episodes for example, where I will watch it once and delete. No point in having it saved or attempts made at beginning to save it. Simply RIGHT CLICK on said folder and from the carbonite menu item choose DON'T BACKUP. If you don't have Carbonite installed then what are you waiting for? Disaster?!

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Sunday is a day for No Agenda


Posted on Sunday 19 December 2010

#262 No Agenda Show for Sunday December 19th 2010
Mothra Will Save Us!


- This Episode's Executive Producer: Geoff Crowther
    – Associate Executive Producers: Ann Nonymous
    – Art By: Nick the Rat
    – PR
        – In The Morning: Gx2: Music
    – Shownotes in HTML na262html
    – Shownotes in OPML na262opml 

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Thursdays No Agenda

No Agenda for a Thursday


Posted on Thursday 16 December 2010

#261 No Agenda Show for Thursday December 16th 2010


- This Episode's Executive Producer: Will Lisac
    – Associate Executive Producers: John Smith, Michael Hager
    – Art By: Dennis Cruise
    – PR
        – No Agenda Nation
        – No Agenda Novels
        – No Agenda News Network

    – Shownotes in HTML 
    – Shownotes in OPML 

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Connection Policy and Info

The method for which I connect to perform any maintenance on your computer is through the services of Logmein. This is a free service and anyone can install it to utilize the great product. In my case, I utilize many of their advanced services for which I do pay for. These services make my connection process that much simpler and allow me to service your computer from any means possible to me at the time, no matter where I am currently located. So long as you have an internet connection and your computer is connected to it, I should be able to help you out. This is important to remember since the computer must be able to be not only powered on but also connected to the network. If your computer will not power on then odds are your power supply (or worse), which will require HANDS ON. If this is the scenario, then I will consult on what is your best "next step", since many times you may be better of to simply buy a new computer.  Seriously, with the costs of a new laptop at about $400 and up and other devices such as tablets as low as $200.

When connection is attempted to your computer, a current activity status is made at my end for which I will never connect to an active computer or one that has been active for a minimum of 15 minutes. Of course in the case of an emergency whereas I have already been in contact with you, or in the case where LIVE INSTRUCTION as in any training or one-on-one instruction/repair. 
Since the cost of this service is free, please do not hesitate to contact me if you wish to have this service installed. Repair costs can be sent to you if you should wish to inquire for any remote services.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Sundays No Agenda


Posted on Sunday 12 December 2010

#260 No Agenda Show for Sunday December 12th 2010
Madoff has left the building


- This Episode's Executive Producers and 260 Club Members: Sir Steven
  Pelsmaekers, Sir Sean Connelly, Aaron Ramroth
    – Knighthoods: Dame Ruby von Pelsmaekers
    – Art By: Nick the Rat
    – Shownotes in HTML na260html
    – Shownotes in OPML na260opml 

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Friday, December 10, 2010

No Agenda Thursday

Join Adam and John for the real truth:


Posted on Thursday 9 December 2010

#259 No Agenda Show for Thursday December 9th 2010
Lucy Napolitano in Yemen
- This Episode’s Executive Producer and Sole member of the 259 Club:
  Sir Larry Lee
    – Art By: PAY
    – PR
        – No Agenda Figures
    – Shownotes in HTML na259bhtml
    – Shownotes in OPML na259opml 
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Wednesday, December 08, 2010

The Emma Maersk, Part of the Danish Shipping Line

The Emma Maersk, part of a Danish shipping line,                is shown in the photos below. 
What a wonder 'Made in China ' is displacing North American made goods big time. This monster transports goods across the Pacific in just 5 days!! This is one of three ships presently in service, with another two ships commissioned to be completed in 2012. 

These ships were Commissioned by Wal-Mart to get all their goods and stuff from China . They hold an incredible 15,000 cartons and have a 207 foot deck beam!!  The full crew is just 13 people on a ship longer than a US Aircraft Carrier (which has a crew of 5,000). With it's 207' beam it is too big to fit through the Panama or Suez Canals .

                   It is strictly transpacific. Cruise speed: 31 knots. 

The goods arrive 4 days before the typical container ship (18-20 knots) on a China -to- California  run.  
91% of Walmart products are made in China . So this behemoth is hugely competitive even when carrying perishable goods.   
The ship was built in five sections. The sections floated together and then welded.   The command bridge is higher than a 10-story building and has 11 cargo crane rigs   that can operate simultaneously unloading the entire ship in less than two hours. 

Additional info:

              Country of origin - Denmark
                   Length - 1,302 ft
                   Width - 207 ft
                   Net cargo - 123,200 tons 
                   Engine - 14 cylinders in-line diesel engine (110,000 BHP) 
                   Cruise Speed - 31 knots
                   Cargo capacity - 15,000 TEU (1 TEU = 20 cubic feet)
                   Crew - 13 people !
                   First Trip - Sept. 08, 2006 
                   Construction cost - US $145,000,000+

Silicone painting applied to the ship bottom reduces water resistance and saves 317,000 gallons of diesel per year.

Editorial Comment!

A recent documentary in late March, 2010 on the History Channel noted that           all of these containers are shipped back to China , EMPTY. Yep, that's right.          We send nothing back on these ships. What does that tell you about the current financial state of this country? Just keep buying those imported goods (mostly gadgets) until you run out of money. 

Then you may wonder what the cause of unemployment (maybe even your job) 
in the U.S. and Canada  might be????

Monday, December 06, 2010

Gmail and the Avant Browser

It seems as of late, those that use the Avant browser are getting an error when they sign in to their GMAIL account, stating the following:

It looks like you have enabled Internet Explorer Compatibility View.
Gmail works best if you turn this off.  

Even though this is followed by two links, "find out how to do this" and "dismiss", I am of course getting numerous calls/email stating they can't do what it is asking of them from the instructions and this would be because you are not actually using the Internet Explorer but a web browser that emulates the Internet Explorer.  

So what's the solution?  Click on DISMISS and ignore it for starters, that's if you really want to use the Avant browser but what I suggest and have been suggesting for some time is to start using the Google Chrome browser as your main "default" browser and keeping the Avant browser as the backup for those occasions a website doesn't appear quite right within Chrome and/or the website states you must be using the Internet Explorer.  Since the Avant Browser is 100% compatible to the Internet Explorer, you DO NOT need to use the Internet Explorer but simply use Avant and all should appear fine.

It is always good to have a backup browser installed on your system and since the Internet Explorer can be disabled within Windows 7 (I typically do this), you should have a browser that does emulate this IE browser.

If you aren't sure how to make Chrome the default browser, you can follow these simple instructions.

Sunday's No Agenda

Sunday's No Agenda:


Posted on Monday 6 December 2010

#258 No Agenda Show for December 5th 2010
Persistent Jet Contrails


- This Episode's Executive Producer: Sir Steven Pelsmaekers
- This Episode's Executive Producer: Taylor Stewart
    – Associate Executive Producers & Exclusive members of the 258
      Club: Mark Keulen, Sir Charles Jordan, Cap'n Underpants
    – Art By: Jesse Anderson

    – PR
        – No Agenda makes podcasting relevant and profitable – Reno
          Gadgets |
        – sigmavirus24/No_Agenda_Bat_Sig at v0.2 – GitHub
    – Shownotes in HTML na259html 
    – Shownotes in OPML na258opml  

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Thursday, December 02, 2010

Thursday is the moment of truth on No Agenda

The Moment of Truth
Posted on Thursday 2 December 2010
#257 No Agenda Show for Thursday December 2nd 2010
The Moment of Truth

- This Episode’s Executive Producer: Sir Mike Menzies
– Associate Executive Producers: Paul Palcsek,,
Hans HafnerMatthew Lacey
– Art By: Nick the Rat
– PR
– No Agenda IP

– Shownotes in HTML na257html
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Monday, November 29, 2010

NO AGENDA weekend edition


Posted on Sunday 28 November 2010

#256 No Agenda Show for Sunday November 28th 2010
Cheerleaders for Science


- This Episode's Executive Producer: Matthew Schauer, John Grumling
    – Associate Executive Producers: Sir Kelly Spongberg, Noah Kuttler
    – Art By: Nick the Rat
    – PR
    – Shownotes in HTML na256htm
    – Shownotes in OPML na256opml

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TIP-Printing material from a website

I get this question a lot....  

"each time I try to print something from a website it comes out too small or I get more than I wanted"


It sounds like you are simply pressing the PRINT icon from the toolbar menu within the browser and so what you will get is the entire page and frame.  Typically when you are on a website and you want to print, you should be looking for the button within the website that says 'printer friendly version' or 'print' and then it will produce a page that is set for printing. Once you have done that you can usually press the print button from the browser menu, or better still, the print button within the web page itself.

This is a very common problem that most people have and once you are aware to look for the 'print' button or 'printer friendly version' button that the website will provide you will start to look for it and know not to just press the print button. 

in fact if you were to use the google chrome web browser you will notice there is no PRINT button on the top toolbar, although some people already know you can always press the control print (ctrl-p) buttons on the keyboard and this will launch the printer menu, it will still produce the small print since it will simply print the entire web page.

Another way around this problem, if you have material on a website that you do want to print is to drag your mouse along the text/material you want printed so that it is highlighted. Then RIGHT CLICK anywhere within the material you have highlighted and choose the PRINT option, this will launch the print menu and you can choose highlighted material from the print option.. then when you print, you will only get the material you have printed.

Finally, another way would be to do the highlight trick but when you RIGHT CLICK on the material, from the menu, choose COPY (or ctrl-c) and simply copy this material, open up word (for example) and PASTE (ctrl-v) and this will copy that material to a blank word document which you can then print normally.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

No Agenda time


Posted on Thursday 25 November 2010

#255 No Agenda for Thursday November 25th 2010

 - Radioactive Butts

- This Episode's Executive Producer: Norman Mcdonough
    – Associate Executive Producers: Christopher Skalenda, Simon
      Bennet, Jonas Astrom, Phillip Smith
    – Art By: Jesse Anderson
    – Shownotes in HTML na255html   
    – Shownotes in OPML na255opm


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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Thinking of buying a new printer?

It should come as no surprise when you hit the nearest electronics store for your next printer purchase that you are bombarded with options. Now with inkjet printers that sell 'all-in-one' including wireless, sell for under $100, it would seem a no-brainer to buy one.  But this is where I would ask that you think before you pull out that wad of twenties to pay for it!  First of all, wireless is great but are you tech savy enough to be able to install it yourself or are you going to be calling your local tech person (me?) to help with that install, and if you are, do you think it should be for free?  I say this because I have personally dealt with 4 this week alone and in all instances it took over 30 minutes and just under 60 minutes per call, to talk them through the procedure. So what is that worth?  Personally I'm doing it as a favour to my clients but that certainly does chew in to my day when there are only 24 of those hours to play with.  Of course the printer makers are providing you with instructions and of course the dreaded CD that most state you "must install" BEFORE plugging the printer in to your computer. But what about that, if you are going to be using it wirelessly, why should you be plugging it in to the computer?  Fact is you shouldn't because if you do, especially with windows 7, it will automatically install the printer driver for you but then when you unplug the USB cable you aren't going to be very happy, because you haven't set up the wireless yet. In fact even with the USB cable in, you can't set up the wireless mode as this is usually done by using the menu options on the small display on the printer itself.   This is, of course, why the instructions state you must first install the CD because on that will be software that helps the computer 'find the printer' in its wireless state.  Oh sure, this works on some systems but if you have just purchased an HP printer, my odds are a major FAIL!  Personally I would never suggest purchasing an HP printer, not that the printer itself may be of poor quality but the software/drivers most certainly are.  In all 4 recent instances of recent installs, my clients had first gone through the steps provided by the instructions and two of these spent over an hour on the phone with the printer tech support people which ended in a FAIL as well and were told they would have to contact their local computer tech to help them out.  Of course this is when I would get notified of the problems which always makes me cringe as I am only learning of their recent purchase and problems, including their frustrations of dealing with tech support for over an hour only to have had to contact me in the end anyway. I cringe because in all instances I would have either suggested a different printer (certainly not an HP due to their piss poor software/drivers) and most likely not a wireless system unless they were absolutely in need of this option. In fact in all cases, I would be suggesting LASER over INKJET for the simple fact that you would not be tossing your printer once you go through a set of ink cartridges, since you would be paying about the same amount to replace the inkjet cartridges as it would cost to simply buy a new unit, over the laser printer that would give you at least 5 times as long before replacing the toner cartridge and at that point you might still find it difficult to replace the toner cartridge for less than what it would cost to simply replace the laser printer, since you can now purchase a colour laser printer for just over $100 and an 'all-in-one' colour laser for just over $200.  I personally got in on the colour laser purchase about 3 years ago, when they dropped below $500, paying $479 but I have yet to replace the toner cartridges in this unit. Albeit I got the business model that has a very hefty printer load cycle and since I don't print a lot of pictures, I will probably not be replacing it this year either but when I do, I will be recycling the unit and buy a new printer simply because the newer model is half the size for one thing, and in my case, the cost of toner for this unit for the three colours and black will be almost double what it would cost to buy a new printer altogether.  As well, even if I did decide to purchase new toner, odds are the drum unit would give in before the next round of toner was out and that alone would set me back $150. 

It is truly unbelievable that you would be tossing out a perfectly good working printer just because you have no ink/toner for it but that is the reality these days.  Oh sure, you are going to 'recycle' it but to think this old unit will end up in some third world country that 'can't afford a new unit' is simply not the case these days. So if you are going to purchase a new printer and you are going to go cheap, purchasing the all-in-one inkjet with wireless and all the bells and whistles for under $100, remember you do get what you pay for and unless you know what you are doing when it comes to the installation, be prepared to spend anywhere from $20-$100 depending on what your local computer tech is going to charge you to make that house call to set it up.

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Posted on Thursday 18 November 2010

#253 No Agenda Show for November 18th 2010

- NA-253-2010-11-18
    – Love Pats
- This Episode's Executive Producer: Brendon Matheson
- This Episode's Executive Producer: Snorre Steen
    – Associate Executive Producers: Michael Tanga, Sir Larry Lee, Guy
      Boazy, Sir Shane Brady, Arthur Kessler, Roger Harrington
    – Art By: Jesse Anderson
    – PR
        – TSA Agent on FreeTalk Live

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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sunday's No Agenda


Posted on Sunday 14 November 2010

#252 No Agenda Show for Sunday November 14th 2010
Debriefing Flameless Fire


This Episode's Executive Producer: Gavin Warren

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Sean Connelly, Arthur Kesler

Art By: Jesse Anderson: Iowans For Accountability | Scott County IFA


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Thursday, November 11, 2010

No Agenda is here

No Agenda for Thursday


Posted on Thursday 11 November 2010

#251 No Agenda for Thursday November 11th 2010
Banned by NASA


- This Episode's Executive Producer: Carrie Schön

    – Art By: Jesse Anderson

    – PR
    – Low Bandwidth No Agenda 

    – Shownotes in HTML

    – Shownotes in OPML

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Sunday, November 07, 2010

Sunday's No Agenda


Posted on Sunday 7 November 2010

#250 No Agenda Show for Sunday November 7th 2010
Transportation Sexual Assault (TSA)


– This Episode's Executive Producer: Craig Peters of
    – Associate Executive Producer: Steven Pelsmaekers, Scott
    – Art By: Nick the Rat
    – Knighthoods: Sir Tristan Lennon, Sir Peter (god-son of Baron Von

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Thursday, November 04, 2010

Still using Avant/IE?

As I am still a fan of the Avant browser, it is/was always because it was the best browser to emulate the Internet Explorer, which we all should know how I feel about that. Even though I still suggest you have the Avant Browser installed, I would personally suggest using the Google Chrome browser as your 'default' number one browser. I say this not only because it (chrome) is the fastest, but the fact that it now supports extensions, can save passwords and settings, it really should be a no brained.

What I am noticing as of late, is the fact on many websites, the Avant browser seems broken or way too slow and without blaming the browser as much as the fact the website would seem broken until you visit the site using Chrome and it works. This is only going to happen more and more as the Internet explorer browser loses more of it domination within the Internet world. It is always good to have two browsers installed (and up to date) in the instance you do witness that appeared broken web page.

Thursday's No Agenda

#NA-249-2010-11-04 No Agenda Show for Thursday November 4th 2010

Multidimensional Poverty Index
- This Episode’s Executive Producer: Scott Schoenberger

- Associate Executive Producer: Craig Lennox, Allan Bose

- Art By: Nick the Rat

- PR

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Monday, November 01, 2010

New and improved Default Mail Client

I recently posted a wonderful application that would help make gmail your default MAPI client within windows, however now there is an even better way.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Scared you version of the No Agenda

Trick or Treat No Agenda is here:

Posted on Sunday 31 October 2010

#248 No Agenda Show for Sunday October 31st 2010
Stop Albedo Now!


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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Note to self-Your phone likes a reboot too!

Murphy's law stuck again, just now, as I was heading out the door, grabbing my iphone from the cradle, as I recognized it was still syncing. I noticed Itunes had hung so I closed that and unplugged my phone only to find there was nothing on it. Obviously the hang happened during the sync. Regardless, here I am writing about it because I can't go anywhere until my phone is finished restoring.  So, the next time you are asked just how tethered are you to your phone....
it made me realize I had no reason to get frustrated other then the fact it happened right when I was heading out the door, but there is always some reason because we always hate to have to wait for technology.  Fact is, you may be able to 'live without it', truth is, you really just take it for granted, even the smallest form of technology. In any case I realized I hadn't even restarted or powered off my phone for--months?  
So-note to self... perform a routine power down and restart of your phone maybe once a week. It can't hurt since that is also when you would reconnect to your network and quite possibly receive new updates as well.

Friday, October 29, 2010

New CCleaner out

With the recent release of CCleaner's version 3.x, this continues to be a very useful utility for all windows machines. You can always get the latest version here.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

No Agenda Thursday

Thursday's No Agenda is here:


Posted on Thursday 28 October 2010

#247 No Agenda Show For Thursday October 28th 2010
Obama Insane?

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Sunday's No Agenda

No Agenda from Sunday


Posted on Sunday 24 October 2010

#246 No Agenda Show for Sunday October 24th 2010
Code for Biodiversity!

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Notice Anything Different?

Yes, I have finally managed to find make some time to get a fresh coat of paint to the blog site.. now if only I could make find some time to get to the rest of the site!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Default Email Mapi Client

If you are using web based email like Gmail and have Windows 7 which doesn't ship with an email program within the operating system, you will get an error that you do not have a MAPI client installed. This is where Affixa comes to your rescue. 

Thursday's No Agenda


Posted on Thursday 21 October 2010

#245 No Agenda Show for Thursday October 21st 2010
Bow to the Aqua Buddha

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Windows Live Essentials update

Patch Tuesday and Microsoft doesn't disappoint with a 160MB Windows Live Essentials update.  Noting it is in the category of "critical" which means those that have their automatic updates on are going to get the full pull. That is, until you go to install at which point you are prompted whether you want the entire thing or just the updates for the components installed. Of course everything is installed by default if you click through.. just one more thing to be aware of, especially considering the Windows Live Essentials was an optional update to begin with, it is no wonder so many people have so many problems with their computers, if they were to leave everything in automatic mode.  My old rule of thumb was a computer could manage to go 16 months from the time it was purchased to the point when it would just slow down to a halt and/or crash if nothing was done to it other then the original 'default factory' configuration. This number is sure to drop to less than 12 months as more Windows 7 machines set for automatic mode start having problems. Considering an OEM install of Windows 7 with as little as 512mb of memory is a pretty speedy unit until you start plugging it up with crap and unless you are a true Microsoft fan whereas you are using the Windows Messenger, Movie Maker and Photo manager then odds are you would be quite safe to remove the entire Windows Live Essentials.

Don't worry however, I am sure it will find its way back on to your hard drive, given Microsoft's track record for pushing out the crapware. It's truly too bad they can't just leave a good thing alone.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

No Agenda Sundays!

Sunday should be a day to make no agenda so that you can listen to No Agenda!


Posted on Sunday 17 October 2010

#244 No Agenda Show for Sunday October 17th 2010
Form 990

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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Thursday's No Agenda


Posted on Thursday 14 October 2010

#243 No Agenda Show for Thursday October 14th 2010
Big Soda

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Monday, October 11, 2010

Clear the Cache solved the problem

Of course I posted my last note prior to clearing the cache of the Google Chrome browser and that solved the crash problem on the igoogle page. This is something CCleaner does automatically when you run this in the case you haven't utilized this valuable malware cleaning tool.

Igoogle page crashes Chrome Browser

It seems all of a sudden Google's own "igoogle" page crashes my Chrome browser with the "aw snap" page. This is running Chrome on my MacBook Pro.  I also tried it on my desktop, also using Chrome and it crashed the first time but on refreshing the page it corrected it.  My Chrome for Mac is up to date so I am hopeful this will be remedied rather quickly with the amount of updates the Chrome browser is issued automatically.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

10-10-10 No Agenda


Posted on Sunday 10 October 2010

#242 No Agenda Show for 10-10-10
Squalid Nullification

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