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LandzDown Lounge / Re: Congratulations, Corrine!
« on: January 20, 2022, 02:55:28 PM »
Well done, Corrine. 8) ;)

Meet & Greet! / Re: Happy New Year 2022!
« on: January 01, 2022, 05:05:06 PM »

The forum's advice is to try the so-called repair tool. I did disable all uprating items on Malwarebytes--automatic and otherwise. Maybe that's the problem. The repair tool reinstalled Malwarebytes. Let's see if these things help. :-\

I've set my Malwarebytes to default and it still show network error even when I'm not online. This is very frustrating and I wonder if I my time with Malwarebytes may be coming to an end.  ::) :-\ ???

Okay, plodr:

I set everything back to default and I'll see if the network failure error box pops up. Funny thing is, this error box didn't show up until the last three of four updates. Before that nothing. I'll let you know if that helps. Oh yeah, I tried the Support tool and that just simply reinstalled the same Malwarebytes free which I am using but the error still showed up. ::)

I am using the free version and I do not have any detections and I don't
have an export section to download. My problem is withe constant network failure popup which I thought Malwarebytes had fixed but apparently not--at least for me.

This problem with this network failure has been a problem for at least the last three updates of their program. ::)

And I have the latest version

I',\m still getting network error popup even after the last update, so it still isn't fixed. Anyone else having this problem, still? >:( ::)

LandzDown Lounge / Re: 21st of June: Happy Music Day
« on: June 21, 2021, 02:03:35 PM »
Happy 1st Full Day of Summer :) ;) ;D 8)

I still use little Scottie but I have other security stuff as well. But I still hear its cute little bark when a program gets updated or added and I might not be sure what it is.

After all these years, it may be time for an end eventually of this fine program, I use the free one, by the way. I have checked other programs on the net and have yet to find any quite like Win Patrol. the only one I can think of is Autoruns but it just isn't the same.

Like this forum, I liked Freedomlist but all things, even our lives, must come to an end.

I'm not ready to give an RIP to Win Patrol--not yet.  ;D

Belarc Advisor is excellent, A good detailed report about my computers. I highly recommend it and this is for the free version. 8)

I find that ignoring this COVID-19 is all but impossible. Looking for a la-la land just isn't in the cards now. Once the vaccine or serum is found and distributed, maybe the world can go back into a "back to business as usual" world (which I hope we don't). There are issues about the future of this planet which must be resolved--i.e. climate crisis, nuclear war, poverty, starvation, bigotry, etc. Or at least try to find solutions to these problems. ::)

In the midst of pandemics and plagues, there is nothing more than the corporate media wants than go back Hollywood, scandals, terrorism. The good old standbys--remember Harvey Weinstein, Me too, etc. etc.  :o

Once this COVID-19 is resolved, and it will, like September 11th "goodwill," things will go back to "normal."  Forget "new normal." People will be in the bars, restaurants, stadiums, festivals, parades, New Year's celebrations, state fairs, etc.they'll be hugging and kissing,  family gatherings, all sorts of socializing around the earth. How wonderful, how magical, how necessary.

Right now, people have got to patient (what a concept) and vigilant. Money assistance to the millions of workers who still can't go back will definitely be needed.  :'(

I guess we gotta keep hope alive, in the words of Jesse Jackson.

Some interesting and disturbing things are being revealed by the onset of COVID-19. One, three in ten Americans believe that this virus was created in a lab.
Nearly three-in-ten Americans believe COVID-19 was made in a lab | Pew Research Center

Besides the gluttonous toilet paper purchases, a whole lot of misinformation is coming not only from social media, but from the corporate media, about this pandemic. As fear comes down like mighty waters, any little fake factoid about "cures" and "remedies" come from everywhere. Or so it seems.

Another unfortunate result of this COVID-19 is the fact that more African-Americans are falling victim to this disease. I am not really surprised by this.  ::) :(
If COVID-19 Doesn’t Discriminate, Then Why Are Black People Dying at Higher Rates?

There will have to be many issues addressed after the "cure," meaning vaccine for this disease, and things get back to "normal." Not any more hand wringing, and pretending that this won't happen again because it will--and it will be much worse. I am not speaking doomsday. although the clock has moved closer to midnight. >:(
How Will the Coronavirus End? - The Atlantic

I hear on the big media machine that we are all one in this "war" against COVID-19. Sounds faintly like post September 11th words, almost 19 years ago. And look what happened since then. Standing together--can that be said of the poor, homeless, those in jails and prisons, the children in cages at the Mexican border, and other unfortunate folk. Am I being controversial for saying what I see, and not living in some Peter Cottontail fantasy world?

How do I feel--calm on one minute, watchful on the next, wondering what situation will happen next.

Links edited by Corrine to use BBCode.

Well, it looks like the economy takes another hit in the USA with another 6.6 million people aded to the unemployment rolls (now this is the official numbers, not counting those who stopped looking, ineligible for unemployment for a while, etc.), so the estimated count of unemployed in actuality could be  20 to 30 million.

If this isn't a recession heading into a depression, I cannot say, at bottom, what one is. :( >:( :o :'(

I, along with others, predicted a recession, in spite of rosy forecasts of Wall Street from the corporate media but this pandemic has pushed everything over.

I want to be positive but I must be in reality, and I don't know if Tiger King will solve America's doldrums and anxiety. :-[ ::)

Does this Tiger King or anything else answer all your COVID-19 fears and uncertainties--or is just something to keep up busy while we're indoors trying not to get bored and angrier and more anxious.

However this goes, it is important that we continue our vigilance and try to find some pleasure in our daily lives. Inconveniences are everywhere.

I'm not necessarily a praying religious person but some spiritual guidance might help. Take care of tasks that have been ignored. And use the internet. After all, we are One under the Internet sun. Scientists, researchers and many others are working like heck for a vaccine that will end this nightmare, worldwide. ;)

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LandzDown Lounge / COVID-19--how you you doing during this Pandemic
« on: April 07, 2020, 01:29:07 PM »
I big thing going on in the world today is, alas, the Coronavirus, COVID-19, which is affecting everybody, whether we admit it or not.

I am doing my due diligence--mask, gloves, distancing, staying at home as much as possible, etc. It is my understanding that Washington officials--White House, government folk, etc.--knew that this disease was and could be a problem as early as last November. I guess since it apparently started in China , it would be contained there. Well, that didn't happen. It spread and now, as of today, the 7th of April, there are over 11,000 dead in the US, with over     infected, those on record.

The world wide count is even more daunting and growing, each day.

This dashboard from the World  Health Organization, along with information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, has much of the necessary information for those that are interested which imagine is just about everyone.

I wish everyone here at Landzdown and everywhere else life, health and strength through these perilous times. With no official vaccines available yet and only possible medicines that might work, not yet confirmed and tested thoroughly, this pandemic could be, and most likely,  a long and painful ride.

Contrary to some, this is not the end of the world. The solutions will be found and life will be back to "normal." until the next crisis comes along.

I am doing alright, so far.  ;)

How are you doing? :-\

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