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As Count Dracula says, 'Good evening'.


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#1 brett1968

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 03:39 AM

Hi!

I have been using R-kill for a long time now after a friend of mine gave me a copy of it and since it mentions bleepingcomputer as the copyright holder I assume that the advice here is first rate.

Being by nature a freeloader of the highest calibre (taking large storage vessels to Pizza Hut and surrepticiously slipping dozens of pizza slices into the container and etc.) I expect the best.

I haven't had a virus or malware of which i am aware for over 12 years, even though I actively run no anti viral software. This probably means I'm loaded with them!

Hopefully this will be an enriching experience for all concerned, (except for my kids), who are currently screaming for their dinner!

C'mon! Get your priorities straight, kids!

Well, as previously mentioned,

"Good evening".



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#2 NickAu

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Posted 10 November 2015 - 03:45 AM

:welcome: to Bleeping Computer
 

Being by nature a freeloader of the highest calibre (taking large storage vessels to Pizza Hut and surrepticiously slipping dozens of pizza slices into the container and etc.)

Interesting,  Back in the mid 90's KFC trailed all you can eat buffet, and we did much the same thing, Wives and girlfriends had big handbags with plastic bags in them, $12.99 for all you can eat and usually 20 bits of chicken to take home, All you can eat failed.

 

 

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