Electrifying Performance By Kucinich

Ron,

You've experienced why having all that security leaves me feeling insecure. So I try to have as little as possible.

Best, Michael

Dear Dr. Mike;

Unlike youself I do have all of that because for my articles research
I have to go out on the web a lot. With all the various ways means
and methods used for spyware and malware and bots and viruses you
can't be too careful. So Norton and all its various virus fighters
and Spybot and all of its various virus fighters and Windows Defender
and all of its various virus fighters are actually not enough.

This is why I have shifted over to firefox as it is not as vulnerable
to hackers and crackers and malignant bot networks and so on.

I know as an example attempts are continously made of port attacks to
try to slip in through an open port.

I always have a deep scan done daily each night when I am offline.

So if you are not webbing a lot then maybe you are safe - but do not
bet on it a malignanat worm malware bot could be infecting your
computer even as we now talk.

Ron Getty
SF-Libertarian
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Ron,

You've experienced why having all that security leaves me feeling

insecure. So I try to have as little as possible.

Best, Michael

From: Ron Getty
To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 9:35 PM
Subject: Re: [lpsf-discuss] Fw: Electrifying Performance By Kucinich

Dear Dr.Mike;

Apparently there is an anomaly with my yahoo browser and youtube

and the various security software I have from norton to spybot and so
on and it apparently blocks the necessary feed back signal to open
youtube so it shows as unavailable.

However on Firefox no problemo - why the differece between the two

browsers when it comes to youtube - who knows?

Any software techie types out there who know?

Ron Getty - SF Libertarian
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Morte ai Tiranni

From: "dredelstein@..." <dredelstein@...>
To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 8:43:30 PM
Subject: Re: [lpsf-discuss] Fw: Electrifying Performance By Kucinich

Dear Ron,

Your advice makes good sense.

However, I did check it before I sent it and checked it again now.

I had no problem viewing it.

Try again.

Best, Michael

From: Ron Getty
To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 7:55 PM
Subject: Re: [lpsf-discuss] Fw: Electrifying Performance By Kucinich

Dear Dr. Mike and Everyone Else;

When you forward or ask someone to look at a video whether on you

tube or wherever please make certain the video is still available to
view. The Kucinich video was pulled and is no longer available on
youtube or any where else. It was apparently only available on
youtube and a google video search for all came up blank on the
Kucinich video which could be viewed.

This has happened before with hot must watch videos and they are no

longer available to view.

As you all know Kucinich was basically the lone Democrat willing to

step forward and based on charges and specifications ask for the
impeachment of Bush. And as expected Pelosi bailed out on that one as
she has done so repeatedly since being elected with all those
democrats who were goint to stop the war.

At one time when there was a lively presidential candidates dem and

rep and online matchup surveys were taken on how you stood on the
issues to see which presidential candidate you were aligned with
Kucinich came up right after Ron Paul. Although some of his views
were waaaaay to the left he still had enough to closely follow Ron
Paul on a number of issues. Which was surprising.

And as noteworthy both Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich has to pull out

of the races for their respective parties presidential races because
at the last minute challengers "stepped forward " for their
congressional district primaries.

If anyone was able to view the video and saved the video somewhere

eles than on youtube it would be nice to hear what he had to say to
the point Lew Rockwell had the video on his blog site.

While Firefox is without question a safer browser than Internet Explorer,
your best defense against malware and spyware is to fortify your underlying
operating system, not just your web browser. Vista is certainly safer than
XP or earlier versions of Microsoft Windows, but you can sleep much easier
if you try using an OS that isn't the prime target of criminals and thieves.
The Macintosh OS is simple and easy to use, and is rarely ever plagued by
such annoyances. Of course, that means having to purchase a Macintosh
computer. If you use a PC and don't want to replace your current computer,
you can always install any one of dozens of distributions of the free open
source operating systems (Gnu/Linux/BSD). These can install into the free
space on your current hard drive, or you can simply add another separate
hard disk and install the new OS there, permitting you to boot into either
*nix or your current version of Windows.

I'm personally very happy with Ubuntu Linux right now, but I've also enjoyed
working with SuSE, Fedora, Knoppix and Mandriva. Most of the latest
releases of these products permit you to try them out before making a
commitment to installing them. Just boot your computer from the Linux CD of
your choice and play around with the "LiveCD" version to get comfortable
with how it works. Then, if you like what you see, you can install it or
throw it away and try something else without modifying your current Windows
partition.

Many of the new "ultramobile" laptop computers like the Asus EEE PC and the
new Dell mini-Inspiron, can be purchased with Linux or XP pre-installed (and
getting the Linux option saves you over $100 by avoiding the Microsoft Tax).

Freedom of choice, Freedom of Speech and Free Software all seem to go play
well with my Libertarian philosophy.

Terry Floyd

For a comprehensive overview of the Gnu/Linux/BSD offerings, check out
http://distrowatch.com. I also picked up lots of disks at the LinuxWorld
conference in San Francisco earlier this month, so if anyone on the list
would like me to send them a Linux disk to play with, I'm happy to do so.

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