Monthly Archives: January 2021

Toyota Tyke

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.Mr. Peanut LOVES to play in the back of my Toyota Highlander! At first, several days ago, he was wary of me lifting him into that rear cargo area. It took some coaxing … Continue reading

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Bird Is The Word

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.After moving to Florida, way back at the end of 2003, it took my wife and me several years to get used to many differences between living up north, and living down here, … Continue reading

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My New (Used) Car! 3

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.I have my 2010 Toyota Highlander back!!! At 2:30pm this afternoon, Jesse, a very pleasant, polite, and respectful man at the body shop, called to tell me that my car was all done … Continue reading

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Accountability

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.Do you remember President Richard M. Nixon? I do. Very clearly. Whether or not you remember him, history will forever remember that © 2021, ComputerBob. All Rights Reserved. It is prohibited to republish … Continue reading

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Jogging My Memory 3

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.Yesterday’s jog, was so successful, and I was so “pumped” about it, that I decided to jog around the block again, today. But, this morning, after my first ten steps or so, I … Continue reading

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Jogging My Memory 2

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.I’ve had several days of rest, following my recent attempt to jog. So, a little while ago, I decided to give it another try. Walking out to the sidewalk, © 2021, ComputerBob. All … Continue reading

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Jogging My Memory

Older ComputerBob.com posts may contain outdated technical information.A little more than a week ago — a couple of days before Christmas — was the three-year anniversary of my second stroke. I’ve said it before, but I think it’s worth repeating: … Continue reading

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