Out of the Blue

Well I'm glad I mentioned that unsolicited pop-up dealie yesterday, because a forum comment made it clear that what I was suffering from was not a scumware situation, but rather a method for exploiting an internal Windows service. Thankfully indiv posted a link to the Stop Messenger Spam website, which clearly explained the problem, and how to solve it. Whew!

Wild Science: Japanese scientist invents 'invisibility cloak'. Thanks Christine Albers.
Tadpoles take blame for human hiccups. Thanks shafty.
Weird Science: Nuke Plants Aging Disgracefully. Thanks Mike Martinez.
Corn-Based Duds Future of Chic. Thanks Mike Martinez.
Auction of the Day: Cray Mainframe (S-MP). Thanks W.Sean Harrison. How the mighty have fallen.
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Re: Aging Nuclear Plants...
Feb 8, 2003, 13:29
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Re: Aging Nuclear Plants... Feb 8, 2003, 13:29
Feb 8, 2003, 13:29
 Bronco
 
If it does kill you right away, it'll be a slow, agonizing death; if it doesn't, you'll probably develop all kinds of painful cancers that will kill you in a few years.

I'm guessing that based on our proximity that we would have maybe 45 minutes.

I am aware of the events that you describe. It's hard to be so close to one of these things and not research it at least a little bit.

The people in the outer ring would really suffer.

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