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In early May I had several people tell me I need to retire and do more stuff. When I asked them to clarify they told me that if retired then I would have time to travel more. Not sure what they mean … more
Zzzzzzzzzzz! Snort! Snort! Smack! Zzzzzzzzzzz! “Donald. Donald. Please wake up, Donald! I need to talk to you!” “Snort! Umpff! What? Hey, who are you and how did you get into Mar-a-Largo? … more
Old sayings are great. They come down through the ages born of wisdom and experience. The amazing thing is how true they always are. For most of my professional life, I have been in the car business. … more
I had not yet learned about the date of July 4, 1776, Thomas Jefferson or the Decoration of Independence. This came later from my teachers at Swainsboro Grammar School. At the first of summer in my … more

As I was reading a post. Something caught my attention. It read, "Life is short, make the best of it. Eternity is forever, prepare for it." So, the choices we make while we are here on earth will … more
If you think the political scene in this country is a little unstable now, you should have been around in the summer of 1776. The protesters out in the streets this week are light weights compared to … more
You can tell from the way the telephone rings who is on the other end of line. It is Skeeter Skates. When Skeeter calls, the phone doesn’t just ring. It jumps off the hook. He has that kind of … more
We all know the story of how to boil a frog to death (Frog lovers: I’m not suggesting you do so, I’m just trying to make a point here.) The premise is that if you suddenly plopped a frog into … more
Answer: When Windows 10 starts normally it is considered in normal mode and all parts of Window starts along with any applications you have set up to start when Windows starts (usually you were … more

Schools were out. Our feet were bare, and we were ready for the return of a little beetle who gave us a short visit. June bugs were both a joy and a nuisance. They buzzed around you with noise made … more
OK, let’s do a little planning. 11 more days ‘til July 4th, 39 days ‘til school starts, 72 days ‘til the first game of the Georgia Bulldogs 2022 season and 74 days ‘til Labor Day. So, the … more
Dear Editor, Dick Yarbrough’s “OBSESSION WITH TRUMP” seems to have no limits. His column from June 15, 2022, is insulting and degrading to every working-class voter who supported Trump. … more
Just in case you need a friendly reminder, Father’s Day is this coming Sunday. Some fathers barely notice the special day while others celebrate it all week long ,and go the extra mile to make sure … more
The Wiregrass Chapter, Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution held its monthly meeting, Thursday night, June 9, at the New China Restaurant at 6:30 p.m. With President Wilder Smith, Jr. … more

Okay, RITOOs (Republicans in Trump’s Orbit Only), what’s next? Planning on sitting out November’s general election in a funk so that Democrats can elect Stacey Abrams governor and give Georgia … more
Answer: Although your IP address is really open information (it can be hidden to a degree) cyber threat agents can use it to hack in your machine. The address has to be available on packets as … more
Everyone called her Mama Maybell. She was a big-boned woman who had a warm, inviting lap that small children would often crawl up onto to take a nap. She had raised ten children by herself because … more
I happened to be watching one of the network news shows recently. I was halfway paying attention to a park director in Washington state who was desperately pleading for help in finding lifeguards to … more
As you are reading this column, Memorial Day will have passed, but it is never too late to honor and thank the men and women of Emanuel County who have served and continue to serve to keep our … more

Answer: You will see articles in the press about new zero-day exploits that are a type of cyber threat. The term zero-day exploit is not telling us what type of threat it is but how long known and … more
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