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Faithful husband to his
Note: Some of these jokes and songs refer to his getting caught trying to sneak back into
the USA with a V agra prescription in someone else's name. This happened in June of 2006. The month
before this, his legal consul had just worked out a plea deal with prosecutors on a charge of
"Doctor Shopping". According
to an AP story posted 2006, June 27:
Limbaugh joked about the search on his radio show Tuesday, saying Customs officials didn't believe
him when he said he got the pills at the Clinton Library and he was told they were blue M&Ms.
He later added, chuckling: "I had a great time in the Dominican Republic.
Wish I could tell you about it."
Glad to see you were living your "Judeo-Christian Morality" with help from V agra, Rush!
Especially since the Dominican Republic is rumored to offer "good clean fun" with
VERY YOUNG people, for those with money and the right connections, if you get my drift.
Perhaps that's another reason he can't tell us about it.
All of the above is just my opinion, of course.
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oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht the
frist and lsat ltteers be at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a toatl mses
and you can sitll raed it wouthit porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lterer by istelf, but the wrod as a wlohe.
Password Proliferation Help for Windows Users
For you Windows users, there is an equivalent of the Macintosh "Keychain" utility, which
allows you to keep all of your passwords cryptographically secure using one master
password, so that you only need to remember one password instead of dozens of them.
The program is called "
Password Safe" and is available on
where the price is always right [;-)
A number of my friends use "Password Safe", and they seem happy with it.
The latest version (as I write) is 2.07. The executable is: pwsafe-2.07.exe
and the file size is a slim 481194 bytes.
Advice from the National Security Agency on
Securing Your Computer
The US National Security agency publishes "Security Configuration Guides" to help users to secure their computers.
These may be accessed through the NSA web site via:
Particularly interesting for Mac users is the use of "Keychain" to contain passwords, certificates, and secure notes. This is a really user-friendly way to store such items so that you don't forget them, and they are safe from prying eyes.
This material is definitely worth reading, although it is pretty detailed for most people. School computer administrators should probably read the whole thing.
- Thanks to Jim Stanco of Siemens in Boca Raton, FL for this item.
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