Found in the Spam Filter


I found this in Spammy’s room:

It’s perfect time to make a few plans for the longer term and it’s time
to be happy. I have read this put up and if I could I want
to suggest you few interesting issues or suggestions.
Maybe you could write subsequent articles regarding this article.
I desire to read more things approximately it!

Last night I spent several hours attempting to rip three CD’s my sister loaned me. They were from a Time Life music collection titled “Singers and Songwriters”. At least that is what the CD case said. The CD’s themselves were labeled slightly different titles, but all the correct songs were listed in the right order. If you played them they worked fine.

The problem was the digital labeling was all messed up. I had never seen this before. When I ripped them the computer recorded them with the wrong names and artists for the tracks. I finally got it straightened out, but Windows Media Players sucks. I miss Nero.

I miss Ulead Photo Explorer too.

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168 Responses to Found in the Spam Filter

  1. votermom says:

    I, too, desire to read more things approximately it.

  2. Microsoft forces you to buy more of their products, then forces you to pay for upgrades too.

    It’s a big scam.

    • Somebody says:

      Rebel and switch to Linux.

      By the way, if the software you miss is still on your old computer why not slap a hard drive in it and use it as a back up and a media server?

      • I still haven’t found out if my son will be able to recover anything off my old hard drive. It might be completely Lernered.

        • Somebody says:

          There are several tricks like putting it in the freezer, but that is a last resort and can only be done once.
          Somehow installing Linux will help in recovering stuff……don’t ask me how, my geek husband can tell you though. He’s yet to find a hard drive he can’t recover stuff from. People are always asking him for help.

    • I really miss the good old days when you didn’t have to buy software, you just had to find someone who had a copy and install it on your computer.

      • Somebody says:

        If you switch to Linux there is an entire world of open source software out there. There are also some commercial software products, but you’ll find the cost significantly less than similar windows compatible software.

        However, don’t switch to Linux until your warranty runs out because it will void your warranty thanks to the Bill Gates mafia. You can put it on your old computer, bonus your old computer will run faster.

  3. DandyTIger says:

    I’m going to make plans for the longer term, and it’s time to be happy. 🙂

  4. Dora says:

    Last night I watched part 2 of the CBS investigation of the Jon Benet Ramsey case. Did anyone else watch it?

    The case shows how money can corrupt just about anything. The District Attorney Alex Hunter was bought and paid for from the start. I realized this a few years ago when I read a book by Steve Thomas, one of the police officers in the case who had to leave out of anger and frustration. Several FBI agents left the case too. Mr. Thomas was interviewed on the show. Alex Hunter was invited, but refused.

    After reading that book and being so disappointed about all the corruption, I was interested to see what this new investigation would find. Well, after several great minds studied the 20 year old evidence using the latest technology, they came to the same conclusion that I had come to years ago. Mine was just a guess though. I didn’t really want to believe it. But it does seem the only answer.

    I’m not going to mention it, in case anyone plans to watch the replay. I wouldn’t want to spoil it.

    • mothy67 says:

      daily Mail has it as a headline.

      • Dora says:

        I am almost sorry they did the show now. I saw Burke interviewed by Dr. Phil and it wasn’t difficult to realize that he is not a normal 30 year old man. I don’t know how he will take all this pressure now. I’m afraid he might become depressed.

        Mr. Ramsey will be effected by this too. He was actually just trying to protect his son and pacify his wife. The whole situation is very sad.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Tinfoil Tuesday entry: Was sorry mom Patsy died and didn’t leave a deathbed confession. I mean come on, she was putting her kid on the baby beauty queen circuit, I don’t think she was right in the head to begin with.

    • ginainmo says:

      I recorded it last night but I haven’t watched it yet. Part one was pretty good but didn’t really bring up anything new.

    • dm says:

      I watched the 3 part ID series…basically, no conclusive evidence one way or the other…lots of potential suspects, none they could definitively convict.

  5. DandyTIger says:

    We laugh now at the non english speaker comment, but it’s probably the Russians. They’re coming for us. Hilary was right all along!!!!

  6. My old Ulead Photo Explorer was 15 years old, and it worked better than the photo software that came with Windows 10. Nero was only about 10 years old, but it was better.

    I HATE Office. Luckily I don’t write pleadings anymore.

    • ginainmo says:

      I don’t need Office for work anymore, so when I do need to use a word processor or spreadsheet, I just just Google Docs/Google Sheets. Free and work well enough for what I need.

      • Lulu says:

        I have used Open Office for several years. It is very good too.

        • I used WordPerfect for years. It is a lot better than Word. But I don’t need either one anymore.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            I still have Word Perfect and Corel Draw/Photo. There are just some things it does so much better than any Microsoft or Adobe product and if no one else has to edit my work and I can just print to PDF or export into a compatible graphics format, no one is the wiser. And I prefer Paradox to Access. But then I still use Lotus Suite just for Approach.

            Open Office is also a nice alternative and there are other open source programs for drawing etc.. I am old fashioned. I prefer software loaded on my computer and not dependent upon an internet connection.

    • swanspirit says:

      I love Ulead, used it for years!!!

  7. votermom says:

    So Anthony had this in the earlier thread – company’s response to the twatter thing

    “Skittles are candy. Refugees are people. We don’t feel it’s an appropriate analogy,” Skittles parent company Wrigley Americas Vice President of Corporate Affairs Denise Young said in the statement. “We will respectfully refrain from further commentary as anything we say could be misinterpreted as marketing.”

    Imo they should have just played dumb and said something like “We wish to assure the public that Skittles are always safe to eat.”

  8. votermom says:

  9. Venus says:

    No one’s talking about Hillary’s pathetic performance on Fallon last night.
    In this clip, she mocks the homeless:

    • Somebody says:

      Perhaps we could assist so Hillary could have that experience. She could make history perhaps as the only female presidential candidate to become homeless……think of all those trivial pursuit question possibilities!

      • DeniseVB says:

        Back in 2008, Hillary did a Walk In Their Shoes kabuki for the cameras, by spending a day as a minimum wage worker or something. For her, that would be like homeless? 😉

    • Homeless people don’t use paper bags.

      • DeniseVB says:

        In the nice neighborhoods of NYC, I’ve spotted many homeless with Gucci and Louis Vuitton “bags”. True story, they’re also very picky about the leftovers you bring them from a nice restaurant. 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      She taped that days ago, so am wondering if they used canned laughter and welcoming cheers for her segment ? Unless you get lucky on the stand by line, most audience members have had their tickets for months. I know they usually tape late afternoon, Trump is usually there same day for those guest appearances. Nothing’s left to chance for Team Hillary. 😉

  10. The SFGiants blew another 9th inning lead last night.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Here’s that James O’Keefe “infomercial” Milo ran during his Houston talk last night. Video at the link and DC explains it.

  12. taw46 says:

    Ooh boy, the MN governor will not be happy. (Comments are good).

  13. Dora says:

    I bet Hillary wishes she could get rid of these old articles as easily as she got rid of her e-mails.


    ‘Hillary Clinton’s a monster’: Obama aide blurts out attack in Scotsman interview

    HILLARY Clinton has been branded a “monster” by one of Barack Obama’s top advisers, as the gloves come off in the race to win the Democrat nomination. In an unguarded moment during an interview with The Scotsman in London, Samantha Power, Mr Obama’s key foreign policy aide, let slip the camp’s true feelings about the former first lady.

  14. DeniseVB says:

    I spotted a rare media Truthy-bird on Twitter. 😉

  15. KAC enters the lion’s den:

    • Somebody says:

      Definitely the lion’s den. Maher is as odious as ever. He’s as nasty and sneering off camera as on, all around an A number one asshole. I’m willing to bet some of his audience is on the Trump train, perhaps after he insisted multiple times they are deplorable and also called them stupid…..maybe just maybe they’ll pull the plug on this self righteous gasbag.

      • mcnorman says:

        She did a good job and left him in his safe space alongside his followers.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I don’t understand how Maher evolved into such an asshole. Afterall, he did get fired by ABC for being politically incorrect on a show called Politically Incorrect. His stuff used to be good when he pounded the establishment, now he is part of them. Only on HBO now so he can say f**k.

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Scott Adams is taking a hit on this tweet. Deflecting from the insertion of “racial” on the screen ? People have no clue what’s involved with profiling. You betcha the IDF suspects every brown person, since they seem to be the only people trying to wipe them off the face of the map. The other 98% is behavior and body language profiling. The IDF trains airport security world wide. They’re the experts for knowing the difference between a nervous flyer and one with a bomb in his underpants.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I know members of the Virginia and Maryland legislature that went to Israel a few years back. Even the D’s were impressed and amazed at how efficient and accurate Israel is with their screening. They then admitted to put forth such ideas here would likely be political suicide because it is not viewed as being PC.

      • DeniseVB says:

        When my son went through Air Marshal training in 2002, they were given the IDF course, but told not to tell anyone. Dear Lord, PC goes back to GWB.

  17. votermom says:

    OMG Ivanka just called me!!!

    (pre-recorded but her voice is on my answering machine now mmmm)

  18. votermom says:

    I put in an anecdote that one of the writers told me so read the post too

  19. DeniseVB says:

    Mark Dice nails it …. again 😀

  20. lyn says:

  21. foxyladi14 says:

    Preezy is addressing the UN. Bashing the US. AGAIN!!! 👿

  22. mothy67 says:

    Drudge has an article every day about self driving cars. I don’t drive, but it seems to me people like driving. Are automated cars something people even want?

    • elliesmom says:

      I don’t even use the cruise control on my car.

    • blowme0bama says:

      No. I enjoy driving. I could see a self-driving vehicle being a good thing with large transportation cargo vehicles – except for the fact that they will likely cause ungodly numbers of deaths on the highway. But if they ever could get that little problem worked out (sarcasm off), it would be pretty efficient and obviously save on shipping costs.

    • 49erDweet says:

      I’d be surprised if more than 10% of car owners would want one. The market for them is people with permanently revoked licenses. /shudder/

    • Ann says:

      I cannot wait to buy a self driving car! Our new vehicle will park for us, has adaptive cruise control (slows down based on the person ahead of you slowing down, up to and including a stop), cameras all over the place and a whole bunch of safety features not available in the vehicle we purchased 4 years prior to this one (which will be a year old next month).

      I think a self driving car (a REAL self driving car) will be liberating for older people who can’t drive (or cannot drive at night), people living in the boonies (won’t have to live close to their doctor, the car can take them there if they don’t have a current license), the blind (they now will have the freedom everyone else enjoys), etc.

      We are a ways away from this, but I think it will be fabulous when/if it does happen.

  23. taw46 says:

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  26. taw46 says:

    Glad people watched the speech, I just can’t.

  27. taw46 says:

    Huh? White people are shooting police?

    “Maybe I can by speaking directly to white people say, ‘Look this is not who we are,’” she said. “We’ve got to do everything possible to improve policing, to go right at implicit bias.”

  28. Dora says:

  29. blowme0bama says:

    Hey, aren’t you folks SF Giants fans?

    • blowme0bama says:

      OR Klown and Dandy?

    • blowme0bama says:

      Oh well, guess you don’t want to admit it today for some reason.

      Anyway, my new next door neighbor is apparently a long time and very successful scout for the Giants. Wife met his wife in the back yard yesterday. She couldn’t remember what his first name was, so I just googled SF Giants and his last name and there he was. Think it said he was with the Yankees from 1990 to 2000, and since then with the Giants. I’d never heard of him because I don’t keep up with baseball. He’s from here originally and always wanted to move back. He considers himself semi-retired but his wife said he still spends two weeks on the road at a time.

      • Somebody says:

        Cool, bet he has some stories to tell! Hopefully he’ll be a good neighbor.

        • blowme0bama says:

          Nah, I detest baseball so I’m not interested, but they’ll prolly be pretty good neighbors. Wifey said she liked the wife a lot. The ones in the house before were privileged little yuppies that mommie & daddy must have helped buy the house in a big way.

          • Somebody says:

            I have two houses on my street and I’m pretty sure a 3rd where mommy and daddy bought them a house.
            Boy did my kids pick the wrong parents, LOL!

          • blowme0bama says:

            This subdivision is full of them. Kids in their late 30s early 40s with children and jobs (insurance agent, loan officers, nurses) that in no way could support the notes, taxes & insurance on these houses. No way.

  30. votermom says:

    • lateblum says:

      7/5/2016 FBI Director James Comey declares Clinton was “extremely careless” but finds “no intent” to violate any law governing the handling of confidential information.

  31. Smells Like Victory:

    Year after year and generation after generation, the establishment media has shed even the slightest pretense of caring about average working white Americans in flyover country who’ve been screwed up the yin-yang by corporate outsourcing, globalist trade deals, and lax to nonexistent enforcement of immigration laws. For working-class white males in particular, a Democratic Party who once esteemed them as their core constituency has now targeted them as the source of All Things Evil. Yea, they have shat and shat and shat yet again upon the heads of what were once known as average blue-collar Americans, and yet these sheltered coastal nincompoops still appear clueless about why so many of their Designated Cultural Enemies are enthused about the only candidate in decades who understands and directly addresses what fuels their bitterness.

    There’s a huge brooding swath of Americans out there who know that the media despises their very existence. Feeling shut out and ignored, these people have plodded along with a sense of learned helplessness and inevitable doom. These people also realize that the media’s relentlessly desperate attacks on Trump also reflect a near-sadistic disdain for all the alleged rubes and yahoos and throwbacks and inbred hillbillies who support him. What an increasingly disconnected and clueless media fails to realize is that they’ve flaunted their disdain of these people to the point where the blowback will be withering.

    • Somebody says:

      The media has disdain for more than just blue collar white males. They exist in a bubble and they sneer at all aspects of middle America. They have disdain for people that didn’t attend the “right” schools, no matter how smart and/or successful they are. They sneer at people who hold traditional family values or exhibit patriotism, on and on the list goes. Bottom line unless you’re part of the elite, preferably ivy league educated then the media holds you in disdain.

  32. mothy67 says:

    A friend, who knows I like Ann Coulter, weeks ago sent me this hardcore porn fiction about Ms Coulter. Very crude. I retaliated with a crude picture of illary. Get this I am a misogynist for it. Only fair when they do it. The friendcwho sent me the filth about Coulter is a woman.

    • lateblum says:

      The friend who sent you the filth about Coulter is a hypocrite. FIFY

      • Cisc says:

        Democratic playbook.
        They tried to smear Ivanka by saying she worked for an escort service .
        She sued the shit out of them.
        Got a retraction and apology.

  33. SMH:

    @NYTimes Journalists fail critical thinking skills test.
    Posted on September 20, 2016 by riverdaughter

    The Campaign Stops column in the Op/Ed section of the New York Times today asked voters what they think of each candidate.
    For Donald, voters generally report on the last thing they heard about him, like where he was when he gave a speech. For Clinton, go ahead, guess.
    If you said EMAILS, you are right! Ding! Ding! Ding! And for some reason, that seems to be maniacally important to voters.
    The New York Times journalists can not imagine how these voters came to that conclusion. It is a complete mystery to them.

    Nobody in their right minds could possibly care about EMAILS, amirite?

  34. mcnorman says:

    According to the Huffpoo, these are the reasons that Mrs Benghazi would have to use if she loses the election.

  35. lateblum says:

    I just saw this prediction – that a Trump presidency would likely be more like an Eisenhower presidency. I like it….

  36. lateblum says:

    Each time I see anything related to hre email scandals I have to remind myself of this —->

  37. Dora says:

  38. Dora says:

    I can really notice it in this still picture.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Small thought.
      At the debate, if two chairs are on stage, which I believe there will be, because Hillary doesn’t have the stamina to stand, Trump should stand and remain standing thru debate.
      I don’t know what protocol is on debates, but since all the “moderator’s” are Democrats and the media is in the bag for Hillary , everything will be orchestrated to make Hillary look healthy and wise…we already know she’s wealthy.

    • DeniseVB says:

      That almost looks photoshopped. The white of the crossed eye is whiter than the other eye’s.

  39. Some guy came to the door claiming to be from PG&E but he wasn’t wearing a uniform and his ID badge didn’t look authentic. He said they were doing free air conditioner maintenance and said some techs would be by in about half an hour.

    PG&E doesn’t do A/C maintenance so I called the cops.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Any door to door solicitors are turned away, I don’t even have to answer the door.
      I bought a all weather surveillance camera from Home Depot a few years ago, paid $80/$90. Cheap but worth it.
      I mounted it on an inside wall that faces directly to the glass door.
      It uses batteries ,but I was to cheap to buy the more expensive electricial unit.
      But it’s given me faithful service and saved me a lot of needless door-answering .
      Besides, with few, very few exceptions , nothing is free.

  40. Dora says:

    Oh, how I despise this man!


    Obama Administration thumbs nose at Senate Judiciary Committee, refuses to testify tomorrow

    Sessions: Obama Administration Subordinates Concerns Of The American People To Advance Agenda Of The United Nations

  41. DeniseVB says:

    Playing on Gab, I saw this and cracked up. Not sure if the photo will show nor if the link will work if that only shows up …. made me think of our TCH boyz 😀

  42. Lulu says:

    The “Chicken Shack” terrorist’s brother and sister liked posting jihadi crap online too. His brother (the one he stabbed?) went with him to Pakistan hanging around for months at a time. No wonder their old Pops came out and said he didn’t know ‘nuthin’.
    I guess the family that radicalizes together stabs each other.

  43. CiscoKid says:

    This is why I depend on a few blogs to find the real deal NEWS.
    First let me thank all you deplorable THC’ers for your work on posting links to the juicy tidbits that the propaganda corps would never tell.
    I hand no idea that there was a national LatinosForTrump organization.
    I thought maybe small local groups, but national? WOW.
    “Clinton is the new “C” word” read one sign.

  44. CiscoKid says:

    TCH! TCH!
    Die autocorrect

  45. votermom says:

    It’s exactly 4 months until the next President is sworn into in.

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