You’re getting this a day early as my wife and I are taking a long weekend to visit our kids and a brand new granddaughter. It’s Veterans Day on Sunday and as a vet, I will be visiting my son, who’s a serviceman. It’s a special day as we think of those we served with and for me, wonder how they’re doing after all the years past. If you are a vet, I hope your family and friends tell you they’re proud of you and realize it was a sacrifice that you served.
This week, something for PC owners, for website account owners, and for children to learn about controlling their money.
If you own a PC, and most people do, you will at some time hit a site with a malicious code that will infect your computer. Since the virus tries to enter through your browser, you need something to repair it … Anvi browser repair tool fits the bill. http://www.anvisoft.com/product/browserrepairtool.html
Here’s a site you will want to bookmark and keep handy if you’re like me and sign up for accounts to try them out or, like Skype, use for a short period and find something else to use instead. Many places don’t want you to delete your account after you decide you’ve had enough. If a site won’t let you delete your account, AccountKiller will tell you how to hide your personal data, or provide you with the contact information needed to take additional steps. http://www.accountkiller.com/en/
I wish websites like RoosterBank were around when we were giving our kids an allowance. RoosterBank is a free to use web service that helps children better manage their allowance. Parents first create an account on the website and add children to his account. You can specify how much allowance each child receives and on which day of the week. Children can log into their account and log how much money they have saved up; on allowance day, their balance is automatically updated. And if they feel they deserve it or need it, children can ask you for a boost in their allowance – all through the site’s interface. Children can save up money for specific items which they can browse and select from the website’s online shop. https://www.roosterbank.com/
Two officers pulled their police cruiser up behind a car stopped on the shoulder of the highway. They got out and asked the driver if they could help. No, he replied, there was no trouble; he had just stopped to look at a map. When we turned back, they noticed that his German Shepherd had jumped in the open passenger-side front window of the police car.
“You may think there’s no trouble,” the first officer smiled, “but your dog obviously thinks he’s done something wrong. He’s in our patrol car.”
The motorist laughed. “He probably thinks you’ve come to take him to work,” he replied. “He’s a retired police dog.”
A friend of ours from another city was on her way to our house when suddenly she realized she had made a wrong turn.
She stopped and asked a lady for directions.
“Go back down this road through a couple of traffic lights,” she was instructed, “then stop and ask someone else.”
Have a great weekend friends, and until next weekend, may God bless you and keep you safe.
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