Mailing List:2001-01-25 02, Re: ALASKA, by Steven Wallace

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From: "Steven Wallace" <stevenwallace7 -at- hotmail.com> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] ALASKA Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 01:36:54 -0500 References: <005901c086ae$2cbd2a40$548d90c6@oemcomputer> Maureen - seriously, your computer got nailed with a virus? Do you have McAfee or some virus-buster? If so, use the "emergency diskette" to boot. If not, don't wait another day -- just get it! Unless the virus was super wicked (they rarely are though you do tend to hear the exaggerated horror stories), you can probably recover everything. I would not assume that you've lost anything .... you might be surprised at how easy it is to recover files after a "crash" ... been there. Don't give up on it ... and keep it away from the bears. Steven ----- Original Message ----- From: "Maureen" <abc -at- empire.net> To: <WHITNEY-L -at- rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 4:06 AM Subject: [WHITNEY-L] ALASKA > I have to laugh, > It's not funny. I have an anti-virus scanner. I know it works. Today my computor crashed and I have lost everything. Some things are written down, others not. > I do have this funny story my father use to tell about Alaska. > One time there was a very large black bear.(You can't hear the sound effects)Now this very large black bear loved honey. THe big black bear always found the honey in the hives in the trees.Sometimes the big black bear got stung by the bees, but it always went back for more because it loved the honey so much. > Anyway this big black bear always found the honey and ate it but this one day all the bees came out of the hive and started stinging the big black bear and the big black bear ran and ran. It ran so fast and so far that it ran all the way to Alaska and became the FIRST polar bear!! > Well thats the story my father told me. > (They took my daughter into captivity) I don't know what to do. > Maureen > >


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