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Sorry but that isn't true. Science has uncovered many reasons why our bodies need to shut down and sleep for awhile.
Bada** lions are bada**!
replies: 15Looking for the Fastest Browser? Then go to this thread. go to this post
Man... I always see these browser threads hoping to find the golden answer to the question posed in this thread's title. It seems that the general consensus on best browser is that there is no general consensus. C'mon nerd-pirates!
Hey everyone, AhrimanThorn drinks poop for breakfast!
(Having fun of course.)
I like my coffee coffee flavored.
Family filter in settings will keep any porn from showing up. Do recommend.
Lot of serious posters here. I use and swear by MSE and have had no issues or virus/malware since I've started using it a few years back.
replies: 13help connecting Xbox360 to computer over wifi to share movie files go to this post
Okay, there's a ton of suggestions on here, and let me say that I once went through this same thing trying to stream to my xbox. I'll offer you this advice:
You don't need to link the media center thing. It has failed every single time I've tried that media center linkup thing with the code you have to put in etc. My PC is wired to my router and my xbox is wireless. I simply shared my external hard drive folder. Once it (your folder of whatever you want to stream) is shared you can access your music, videos, and pictures through their respective players on the xbox system (not media center).
This is the easiest way. The most technical thing you really need to do is share your folder(s). I streamed to xbox for almost 2 years before finally running hdmi from pc to tv. You don't need complicated media servers and to sync that stupid media center thing with the code. I will literally video record my xbox streaming a file from my PC's external hd without said xbox being hardwired to the router OR the use of the media center application if anyone says I'm wrong.
Thank you everyone for your kind words and thoughts today. *bump* ;)
My respects from the U.S.!
In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words:
"To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…"
Happy Veterans Day to my American brothers and sisters, and my sincere respects to those throughout the globe who celebrate this day under a separate name.