The cat I had years ago was aptly named “Pandora”.
Or, The Clash – “Rock The Casbah”
♪ The Shareef don’t like it, you know he really hates it
Rock the Casbah, rock the Casbah
The Shareef don’t like it, really, really hates it… ♫
Indeed he does! Was typing mine below while you were posting yours. Oh, well, great minds think alike.
Because Punk loves you, Les…
Like the new ’do, by the way.
Gunther, in his ongoing effort to try to please Les, plays “Cat Scratch Fever”. With the volume control set at 11. Doesn’t everyone’s amp controls go to 11?
LOL, I thought he called his “car” a twerp. He’d be right if it was a ’57 Trabant…
Your secret is safe with me…
I mentioned that years ago when Leslie first showed up. Interestingly, Bob Hope’s real name was Leslie Townes Hope. Coincidence?
For a less expensive alternative to some of the enterprise alternatives I use for some clients, Panda Dome (formerly Panda Internet Security) is not a system resource hog, runs nicely in the background, and Panda has a very fast response time to new threat signatures compared to many others in the same price range.
On the free side, Avast seems to be having it’s problems lately.
He was probably using Norton or McAfee. When it comes to threat signatures*, there are others that are far better and not system resources hogs. Evidently, what he was using was not able to protect him from Greg’s signature threat…
*Ideally, we’d stop using the word signature to refer to any entry in the antivirus database, but it’s so commonly used — and a more accurate term doesn’t yet exist — so the practice persists.
The cat has chameleon behavior adaptation abilities. Around the cool and calm, he is cool and calm. Around the wild, he is wild. I am afraid to see how Punk would be around someone who is dead.