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    "The logo appears on my electronic brain"

    March 11, 2013  |  


    From my vantage point perched atop my people pedestal that some label a chair in front of my nifty new monitor that weighs a couple tons less than the immense, bulky CRT of yore It appears that the Spyware Blaster (SB) contraption consisting of combined binary digits one and zero that nothing negative is occurring.

    Conversely, I am unable to determine if anything positive is the result of having the Spyware Blaster contraption embedded within those components inside the pieces and parts that, together as a whole, comprise the thinking part of my electronic brain device.


    The brain functions. I haven't seen the dreaded BSOD (blue screen of death) rear its evil and ugly head for a very lengthy time so SB obviously does not cause that dreaded ailment.

    If I am unable to ascertain anything negative happening with SB doing its SB thing inside the brain I suppose Vulcan logic would proclaim that no cons exist.

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