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Hi, y'all. Just a really silly thing so, sorry in advance. I followed up a post at Fileroad.com about SuperAntiSpyware and wanted to leave a comment as I have been pleased with SAS, by and large. Blow me down, I filled out the comment and typed 'human' into the box (Please enter "human" word below (anti-robot)) and was ignored for my pains. Have I missed something?

:)

Thanks FYI.

Ken

Edited by the chemist, 19 December 2009 - 08:43 PM.

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I'm guessing you did miss something - try it again and take a screenshot when you get there.

And you aren't a robot, are you? Just checking. :)
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Troy, thanks for your interest. Tried human and anti-robot with and without punctuation and no luck. Here's the screenshot, anyway.
Ken

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Not sure mate, I wonder if something is not loading properly? Do you have Java enabled? Try clearing your temp files and try again.

Have you actually clicked on the stars to make the vote?
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Yeah, it may not be. I have Java, temp files OK, clicked the stars, everything else seems to be OK on the PC.
So, there's nothing obvious apart from the stars? Cos I did them after a bit. And every time I found a new
thing to try it was "Now it's gonna work!" and it didn't, again. It's not really a big deal, and maybe the
resolution of the thread is, 'don't whittle about the little stuff.'

Tell you what! Below is a link to the page for reviews. See if you can get it to accept one.

http://freeware.file...ntispyware/1298

Happy Christmas/solstice/winterbreak/summerbreak(for Aussies).

Ken
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Malwarebytes' blocked the IP address as malicious and the page wouldn't load. I'd suggest perhaps not to worry about it. :)
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That's interesting, and perfect reason to not pursue it further.
Thanks and Happy Christmas.
Ken

PS I AM A ROBOT. YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED.
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PS I AM A ROBOT. YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED.

:)
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168Borg_Cube_003.jpg


Silicon is superior to carbon.
Carbon units will be superceded by silicon units.
YOU TOO CAN BE PERFECT AND IMMORTAL. All life is sacrosanct. Carbon units will fail. Watch out for our ships
crowding the night sky soon. Be ready.

Former carbon unit
Ken

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I think you watch a little too much sci-fi. :)
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Earthling! You try our patience.
'Science Fiction' is what you call an OXYMORON.
A built-in contradiction in terms, we think, from our analysis.
As a grammatical construction it has no reality therefore there
cannot be too much.
As I remarked earlier to Number One, 'That is illogical Captain.'

We are interested by your Carbon-dated thinking. Carbon lifeforms';.zs[pol]
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