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    Re: Monkeypox Outbreak - Global Spread?

    I would be more concerned if the vector of transmission was airborne. It's a potential issue, but it isn't clear that it is sufficiently transmissible that it can't be readily contained. Of course,...
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    Riiiiight.
  3. Re: Installation problem again - unexpected error quitting

    Like it or not, Microsoft has never released VB6 to the public domain. Any version that you download for free is not a legal version. Any version that you download that is not free, if it is not from...
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    I saw a sports car today that had a logo on it which I didn't recognize. Perhaps somebody on here can identify it. The logo was a shield in black and silver with a diagonal line running down it and a...
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    Re: Foreign Aid???

    The numbers in the states give somewhat finer detail than just the colors (CA is 33 while VT is 21, for example), but I'd say you are right about that criticism. Breaking those numbers down by county...
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    No, the warning should not be ignored, and neither should this one: You've complained about some very valid criticism of the approach you are taking. I realize that you bought a legal copy a couple...
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    VS 2012 Re: Beginner - start help

    There are several approaches to working with Word, some are easier than others. I only have limited experience with trying to automate word through Visual Studio (is that the VC you are talking...
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    Re: Post Race!

    I remember Hot Fuzz. I guess I never saw Joe Dirt.
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    That almost describes a cow....except that they have a leather exterior, not interior. And just to be clear, they are the ones doing the dying for the leather.

    I chose the styling on my current...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Well, I made it, so I'm home.

    No idea what that picture is, though.
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    Re: Post Race!

    Hey...wait a minute...how did I get home yesterday???
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    Re: Post Race!

    I'm much refreshed today.

    I wouldn't have capitalized the S, except by mistake, and wouldn't have added a space between the s and the period, but otherwise that was right.
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    Re: Musk buys Twitter

    Well I didn't, so now I know....I see dead people!
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    I always heard that you needed two so that you have something to drive while the other is in the shop.
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    The steering wheel is on the wrong side.
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    Re: Can't use Option Explicit

    It sure looks like an enum. You may have done this already and I missed it, but I'd try assigning 0.
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    Well, that just means that you need to get the data to the new form. You have several different ways you can do that. You can add properties to the form and fill them in between creating the form and...
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    Re: Post Race!

    I'm too tired to finish thi
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    Don't you have to have two of those? Are you even ALLOWED to buy just one?
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    Re: Musk buys Twitter

    It's a no from me, as well.

    One thing that threads on here have shown pretty well is that everybody has an opinion, and nobody ever changes theirs.

    Another thing it shows me is that people use...
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    VS 2010 Re: BBC Computers

    I never knew that. I might have to play around with it...then forget it.
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    VS 2010 Re: BBC Computers

    That's not the way Windows does things, so even if you got it working, it would not be the way people have learned the OS. In Windows, the files have extensions. If the extension for your file is...
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    Re: Cars we had, and now have

    WHY? What's the point behind burying a car...well, unless it has a body in it...no, even then...why?
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    Re: Musk buys Twitter

    I feel that Tucker Carlson is the epitome of capitalism. If you look at a young Alex Jones, you see the old Alex Jones. From some documentaries, he was always as he is, at least as far back as HS....
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    Re: Musk buys Twitter

    I agree with Niya on this. These folks have always been there. Tucker Carlson is spreading it to a large group of people (who predominantly won't do anything...and I do mean anything...because they...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Weird Timer Behavior Issue

    Because we like to. After all, dead horses are easier to beat: They don't kick, they don't run away, etc.

    Still, I rather like the solution due to it's brevity. I'd still want to understand it...
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    Re: Organization of VB6 Source Code

    Better is in the eye of the beholder, but I'd suggest that there is also a worse way. I've always felt that the way header files worked in C/C++ was particularly awkward. It may be that this is no...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Weird Timer Behavior Issue

    Yeah, it's a checkbox, but it all works using the same model. I don't know that a checkbox is not implemented as a checkbox control that floats over the underlying cell. The underlying cell is not a...
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    Re: Cars we all had, or now have

    I prefer to do that when the tire is NOT spinning. Just seems safer that way.
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    Re: Find changes on sql database table

    Ah, let's just move it anyways. Might get some other answers, though these seem pretty good.
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    Re: Cars we all had, or now have

    A buddy of mine bought a Spitfire a couple years back. It was in great shape, but he did some work on it and is now selling it for a considerable profit.

    I'm a ways over 6ft, and found that I fit...
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    Re: Post Race!

    The neighbors objected.:cry:
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    Re: Gen X: The new punching bag?

    Are you even old enough to be a curmudgeon??? Don't go taking on the mantle of being a curmudgeon until you've got enough grey hairs to justify it.
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    Re: Foreign Aid???

    Not covert, and certainly not very covert. Sure, there isn't a lot of fanfare about it, but when you're the biggest arms dealer in the world, and you give somebody military aid based on kit you are...
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    Re: Foreign Aid???

    I do my taxes by hand each year. Nothing much changed that I was aware of. I'd have to go back a few years to see, but it sure doesn't feel like anything has changed since I paid off my house.
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Weird Timer Behavior Issue

    Back in VB6, the flex grid couldn't be edited. You could make it editable pretty easily by floating a textbox over the cell, sizing it to the same size as the cell, and moving the text from the cell...
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    Re: Post Race!

    I need to get out and work on the garden a bit, now that the weather is nice.
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    Re: Gen X: The new punching bag?

    The boomer generation is defined as those born between 46 and 64. Boomers were alive when men landed on the moon, but the oldest of them were in their early twenties, so it's a bit hard to say they...
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    Re: Cars we all had, or now have

    So...you wrecked the one car so bad that the police thought it was an Opel Kadett...and you decided that was your fate?
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    Re: Post Race!

    It's spring. New threads are sprouting all over the place, and the temperature is rising. Usually, the temperature causes the new sprouts, but this seems like the other way around.
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