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Old 10-05-2017, 01:37 PM   #21
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Which half wit you give to much choice here
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Old 10-05-2017, 05:18 PM   #22
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That guy who had all the ideas to "Improve" the forum, but only came up with worthless thing . . Event Viewer was his favorite diagnostic tool as I recall.

Turned out he was a nutcase that every other forum had already banned

Can't recall the name
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That describes too many, Rich! :0
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Old 10-05-2017, 06:55 PM   #24
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"Half wit" in Oklahoma? What am I missing?
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Oh Gary he went by a lot of names Holdum333, Garybear, and Donetao I think here but he lived in a senior community in Oklahoma and ran around fixing computers for nothing, he didn't have a real business he didn't charge anyone and I doubt he fixed much either.
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Gotcha. LOL.
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I'm not in OK (I'm not even OK), I like Event Viewer even though I don't understand it much, I can't hardly fix nothin' and I'm not in a senior place yet, though I do increasingly have senior moments. Now what was the question again?
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Oh Gary he went by a lot of names Holdum333, Garybear, and Donetao I think here but he lived in a senior community in Oklahoma and ran around fixing computers for nothing, he didn't have a real business he didn't charge anyone and I doubt he fixed much either.
That’s the guy!
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But you have great sense of humor! Thanks for comic relief early in AM here.
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I'm not in OK (I'm not even OK), I like Event Viewer even though I don't understand it much, I can't hardly fix nothin' and I'm not in a senior place yet, though I do increasingly have senior moments. Now what was the question again?
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Actually he does really fix things and I have seen him on other forums using still other names, he just has a really bad temper with short fuse...he was on several Microsoft forums but always manages to aggravate someone with less patience than he has sooner or later, in all fairness.
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Event Viewer was his favorite diagnostic tool as I recall.
I thought Event Viewer was his only tool.
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I remember him by Donetao. Good Lord. Heart in the right place for sure, but I don't think a forum format is right for him.

Come to think about it, he's a lot like me when I started out here lol. That guy, Dai, never liked me, but he had his own way of doing things as well.
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Y’all realize we just did what that halfwit in Oklahoma was pushing for?
Hope you aren't talking about me...

I'm not a "halfwit", and I'm definitely not from Oklahoma!
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Nope, read through the thread bud if we are going to do something like that we do it direct
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Nope, read through the thread bud if we are going to do something like that we do it direct
Sorry, I didn't notice there was a page 2, so it sounded like maybe it was about me.

Direct is good.
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we all miss a beat from time to time, it's all good.
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