Tag Archives: Law

Busy, Busy, Busy 2

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. This is a new post, not a repeat of an old one. But, lately, I’ve just been too busy in my ministry to take the time to write any other new … Continue reading

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Wait To Wait To Wait To Wait

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. A few days ago, I turned 63 years old. And I’ve survived 2 strokes in the past 11 years. As I described in my “stroke updates” in the right column, the … Continue reading

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Mr. Peanut’s New Perspective

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Today, Mr. Peanut met the 22-pound U.S. legal standard for having his car seat face forward, instead of backward, in the back seat of my car. Even though he’s happy most … Continue reading

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Have We Lost The Privacy War? 160

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. I told you so, about six years ago. 😉 Time after time, his company has been caught with “its hand in the cookie jar.” Time after time, he’s basically said Oops, … Continue reading

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Time For A Time-Change Change? 6

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Every six months or so, we go through the same useless routine. I go throughout the house and reset a dozen or so clocks by one hour. Spring forward. Fall back. … Continue reading

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The Worst Roofing Job Ever

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Many years ago, my wife and I hired a company to replace the roof on our house and garage, up in the Frostbite State. The salesman who convinced me to hire … Continue reading

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Lesson Delivered

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. It seems like we’ve seen a new one every week or so. I’m talking about videos of thieves stealing delivered packages off of people’s front porches. Many of them brazenly walk … Continue reading

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When Are They Safe To Consume? 2

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Lately, I’ve been volunteering at a local megachurch’s foodbank every Saturday morning. Handing out free food to people in need. Specifically, I’m in charge of It is illegal to publish this … Continue reading

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Have We Lost The Privacy War? 159

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. I’ve been saying it for years. Facebook doesn’t care about your privacy — it only cares about making money by collecting and exploiting your data. And now I’ve been joined by … Continue reading

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Child Marriage In The United States?

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. When we got married, I was 19 years old; she was 20. We were both legal adult citizens of the United States. Yet, six months after we got married, we had … Continue reading

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Weird Stuff On A Terrorist’s Computer

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Osama bin Laden. We all know him as the infamous Islamic terrorist who masterminded deadly terror attacks all over the world. Including the It is illegal to publish this copyrighted ComputerBob.com … Continue reading

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Still A Mystery?

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. It happened 54 years ago. I was in second grade at the time. Literally sitting in one of those old steel school desks with the angled wooden flip-top, and the hole … Continue reading

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Floating Crosswalk

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. A town in Iceland has a lot of trouble with distracted drivers being a danger to pedestrians. So they installed something to grab drivers’ attention and make them slow down: A … Continue reading

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Police From The Future

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. They’re police from the future. But they’re here now. Actually, they’re not here so much as It is illegal to publish this copyrighted ComputerBob.com post anywhere else.

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Your Last List

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. For anyone who lives a busy life, a checklist can be a valuable organizational tool. Whether it’s a daily to-do list, a shopping list, an appointment list, or whatever, a list … Continue reading

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Cosby’s Replacement

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Are you old enough to remember that comedian Bill Cosby used to appear in TV commercials for Jell-O Instant Pudding? The now-controversial, multiply accused sexual predator rolled his eyes, mugged, and … Continue reading

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The Worst Thing You’ve Ever Done

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done? Petty Theft? Cheat on your taxes? Use illegal drugs? It is illegal to publish this copyrighted ComputerBob.com post anywhere else.

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By Reason Of Insanity

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. I’ve always gotten a bad feeling when a criminal has successfully pleaded “not guilty by reason of insanity.” It’s always seemed to me that such a plea didn’t really result in … Continue reading

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Instant Karma

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. Most people are content to be law-abiding citizens. Some people are not. They look for opportunities to take things that don’t belong to them, or otherwise cause all sorts of It … Continue reading

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Have We Lost The Privacy War? 158

This copyrighted ComputerBob.com post cannot legally appear anywhere else. You probably heard about the big security breach at Equifax a few days ago. You know — the one that may have exposed 143 million Americans’ private data. But do you … Continue reading

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