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#21 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 02:46 AM

I can't imagine why you would be banned.

You've always been so UNopinionated and kind, lol. Eh, we're dinosaurs.



I can now be banned in record time just by being true to my convictions.

As for being a dinosaur, speak for yourself ;)

I already have one foot in the next world order.

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#22 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 03:02 AM

Most electronic products will last about 12 to 20 years, depending on how often they're used.
If they are used more often, they last longer. The electrolytic capacitors on the printed circuit board require electric current to form a coating that allows them to function, but if not used for a few years, the coating slowly disappears and the capacitor then fails if not "burned in" properly. Eventually, electrolytic capacitors fail anyway but it usually takes at least 10 years for that to happen.

Oddly, it doesn't matter whether one pays $300 or $50,000 for an electronic instrument, they still fail in about the same length of time. Manufacturers in the US have to maintain spare parts for only 10 years, after that you are on your own.

With computers, the first problem occurs after about 5 years when the bios battery finally goes dead, the symptom of that is that the computer loses track of the date or time and eventually it won't even boot into the operating system. Replacing the button cell battery on the motherboard solves the problem.

The next problem is the hard drive, which usually fails sometime after about 8 to 10 years, but they can be replaced with USB thumb drives which have no mechanical parts to fail and will boot up a computer faster than a hard drive.



You seem well-versed. My old computer will be 15 years old in February...
and it's still ticking. I've used it just about everyday... but it will come to its end...
as will we all.

My first post in March 2000 was on the old Russia Today forum. I posted
that Vladimir Putin is Tsar... and was attacked and banned for doing so.
RT was my first... there have been hundreds of bans since then. I won't
repeat all the horrific abuse I received here on Pravda's forum. After 15 years,
I've become accustomed to the virtual abuse... and Vladimir Putin is still Tsar.

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Edited by Atossa, 31 January 2015 - 03:17 AM.

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#23 Zharkov

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 03:20 AM

15 years is about right to replace a computer.   The cost to keep it running isn't so much but the improvements to software usually require new hardware to take advantage of it.    A 15 year-old computer probably doesn't do youtube videos very well, if at all, or even USB, and for most people that is enough to move on to a newer model.   One can buy adapter boards to upgrade an old computer, but the problem is processor and pc board speed usually isn't high enough to handle the adapter board.   A new computer isn't terribly expensive anymore.  

 

Abuse is how sheep are kept inside the herd.  

It's human nature.

An extreme example:  George Soros, a jew, helped Nazis grab other jews property and valuables.   Imagine how his victims felt.

George seemed to enjoy his work.   He called it "the happiest time of my life".


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#24 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 03:36 AM

15 years is about right to replace a computer. The cost to keep it running isn't so much but the improvements to software usually require new hardware to take advantage of it. A 15 year-old computer probably doesn't do youtube videos very well, if at all, or even USB, and for most people that is enough to move on to a newer model. One can buy adapter boards to upgrade an old computer, but the problem is processor and pc board speed usually isn't high enough to handle the adapter board. A new computer isn't terribly expensive anymore.

Abuse is how sheep are kept inside the herd.
It's human nature.
An extreme example: George Soros, a jew, helped Nazis grab other jews property and valuables. Imagine how his victims felt.
George seemed to enjoy his work. He called it "the happiest time of my life".



I'm not replacing my old computer. I'll just go dark.

Too many memories... and tons of Vladimir Putin photos.

Uniqueness that can't be recaptured... or replaced.

After 15 years of virtual abuse, enemy attacks and friendly fire...
Vladimir Putin was the only one who could make me cry.

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#25 Zharkov

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 03:50 AM

I'm not replacing my old computer. I'll just go dark.

Too many memories... and tons of Vladimir Putin photos.

Uniqueness that can't be recaptured... or replaced.

After 15 years of virtual abuse, enemy attacks and friendly fire...
Vladimir Putin was the only one who could make me cry.

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You could easily copy your existing files onto a new computer, using floppy disks or a cd disk if necessary, as even the old Pentium 75's will burn a cd disk if you have a cd read-write drive.   Free software for that is easy to find on the internet, if you specify "old version" cd burner.   I know because my Windows95 Micron computer was 18 years old before the motherboard died and I managed to move the files that mattered onto a cd disk before that happened.   Putin will be forever young if you keep him on a cd.


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#26 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 04:03 AM

You could easily copy your existing files onto a new computer, using floppy disks or a cd disk if necessary, as even the old Pentium 75's will burn a cd disk if you have a cd read-write drive. Free software for that is easy to find on the internet, if you specify "old version" cd burner. I know because my Windows95 Micron computer was 18 years old before the motherboard died and I managed to move the files that mattered onto a cd disk before that happened. Putin will be forever young if you keep him on a cd.



Ahhh... you are speaking from the material, rational, logical side of the brain...
while I am referring to something more intangible, magical, mystical.

Vladimir Putin will always be Great Prince Michael, God's Anointed Orthodox Autocratic Tsar of my dreams...
even when harsh cold democratic/bolshevik jew/nwo reality tells me differently.

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#27 Shura

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 04:06 AM

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Here's interesting historic symbolism.

Yalta, Crimea

Stalin, FDR and Churchill met at Livadia Palace in Crimea,
a palace that once belonged to Tsar Nicholas II.


http://en.wikipedia....alta_Conference

http://en.wikipedia..../Livadia_Palace


So... the big three... Stalin, FDR and Churchill met Feb 4-11 1945
to plan their democrat/bolshevik future for a post-Hitler Europe...
and the rest of the world. They met in a palace that belonged to
Tsar Nicholas who was deposed by democrats & murdered by bolsheviks.

.Correction" Nicholas II was murdered BY JEWS, his children were bayonetted through their eyes by four Jewish assassins


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#28 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 04:18 AM


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Here's interesting historic symbolism.

Yalta, Crimea

Stalin, FDR and Churchill met at Livadia Palace in Crimea,
a palace that once belonged to Tsar Nicholas II.


http://en.wikipedia....alta_Conference

http://en.wikipedia..../Livadia_Palace


So... the big three... Stalin, FDR and Churchill met Feb 4-11 1945
to plan their democrat/bolshevik future for a post-Hitler Europe...
and the rest of the world. They met in a palace that belonged to
Tsar Nicholas who was deposed by democrats & murdered by bolsheviks.


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.Correction" Nicholas II was murdered BY JEWS, his children were bayonetted through their eyes by four Jewish assassins




Please... you don't have to shout.

I'm not the one who needs to be reminded of REAL Russian history.

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Edited by Atossa, 31 January 2015 - 04:19 AM.

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#29 Radio1

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 05:20 AM

Prophecy says... the end of the age comes when the power
of the holy people is completely broken. We are there.

I can't count all the forums I have been banned from
since I left here because my posts kept being deleted.

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There exist no prophecies referring to these times, Atossa. Biblical prophecies were written post-facto concerning events happening at the time they were recorded, specifically regarding Rome and the war being waged against it by radical nationalists from Galilee.

 

Fear not. No matter what happens between this age's struggling powers, humanity shall endure for as long as nature shall permit it to endure.


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#30 Mandrake

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 05:29 AM

I've got several old machines kicking about in my attic, Atossa. I've got a 95, a 98 an XP and will probably toss this Win 7 up there as well when I go all Iphone. You are welcome to one if you want.
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#31 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 05:47 AM

There exist no prophecies referring to these times, Atossa. Biblical prophecies were written post-facto concerning events happening at the time they were recorded, specifically regarding Rome and the war being waged against it by radical nationalists from Galilee.

Fear not. No matter what happens between this age's struggling powers, humanity shall endure for as long as nature shall permit it to endure.


The OT prophecy that refers to the power of the holy people being broken
also has a time period... "time, times, half-time"... which I interpret as 70 years.
That OT prophecy is repeated in the book of Revelation... same time period.

70 years is an important and symbolic Biblical time period.

There were two 70 year periods when a world empire allied with Edom to destroy
God's people.

In the OT, 70 years was the time of Babylonian rule... which began with the death
in battle of righteous King Josiah and ended 70 years later when God's anointed king,
Cyrus, conquered Babylon.

When Babylon destroyed Jerusalem, Edom destroyed the temple. While Israel was in
Babylonian captivity, Edom occupied the holy land.

In the NT, there was another important 70 year period beginning with Herod's siege
of Jerusalem in 37BC when Rome declared Herod [an Edomite] "king of Judea" and
ended with the crucifixion, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ [33AD ?]

During Edomite-jew Herod's reign he exterminated the last of the Israelite kings.
Herod destroyed the temple, rebuilt and expanded it... just like the traditions of
the elders had destroyed and replaced God's Law. Herod tried to murder God's Temple
made without hands, Israel's Messiah, Jesus Christ.

I believe we have been in a similar 70 year time period since the end of WW2.

Babylon = Rome = NWO

Edom = Edomite-jews = jews

Or as I usually write it = jew/nwo

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Edited by Atossa, 31 January 2015 - 05:51 AM.

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#32 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 06:02 AM

I've got several old machines kicking about in my attic, Atossa. I've got a 95, a 98 an XP and will probably toss this Win 7 up there as well when I go all Iphone. You are welcome to one if you want.



I appreciate your kind offer :)

However, my going dark is not because of lack of funds to buy whatever I want.
It is rather my lack of need and desire to continue to participate in a demented
satanic world order now hurling quickly towards total destruction.

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#33 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 06:23 AM

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Russian Orthodox Christians should be familiar with Psalm 137 [136 Greek]
which is chanted often at the time of Great Lent.

Here are verses 7 & 8 [NIV] which refer to my previous post.

" Remember, Lord, what the Edomites did
on the day Jerusalem fell.

Tear it down, they cried,
tear it down to its foundations!

Daughter Babylon, doomed to destruction,
happy is the one who repays you
according to what you have done to us. "

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#34 Baton Rouge

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 12:14 PM

Well, I'll be.... Atossa, it certainly brings back memories...

 

Baton Rouge


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#35 Atossa

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 05:23 PM

Well, I'll be.... Atossa, it certainly brings back memories...

Baton Rouge


I'm basically back where I started.

I have visited many internet cities, towns and villages...
dusted off my sandals... and continued to move on to the next.
It's an amazing virtual world out there... most of it destined for destruction.

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#36 vladzo

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Posted 31 January 2015 - 10:45 PM

hey everyone :::::::::::::::

 

does this present a future problem to those who want to tear down statues of stalin.

they may find that the statues of churchill and roosevelt are in the way.

 

i may add that i feel there should also be statues of togliatti and ulbricht.

 

vlad


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#37 Zharkov

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Posted 01 February 2015 - 02:29 AM

Think of the joy of watching the statue heads turn white from bird droppings.

 

I wish elephants could fly.


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#38 Shura

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Posted 01 February 2015 - 03:15 AM

According to Tass, a new statue is supposed to be " installed in front of the Livadia Palace "
for the 70th anniversary, which is less than a week away.

My question is... has it been erected in front yet ??


Speaking of museums... here's one what's-his-name built

http://en.wikipedia....olerance_Center

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Shit on your tolerance after murdering 2,298 people most of them kids in Gaza,  I do not mind Jews as people but Zionists are no different than Nazis were


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#39 Atossa

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Posted 02 February 2015 - 08:21 AM

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Here is new info:

" The monument to the heads of the allies by Zurab Tsereteli
will be opened on 5 February at the Livadia Palace in
the Crimea, said Last news on Sunday... "

http://news.rin.ru/eng/news///86817/


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#40 Shura

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Posted 03 February 2015 - 05:03 AM

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Here is new info:

" The monument to the heads of the allies by Zurab Tsereteli
will be opened on 5 February at the Livadia Palace in
the Crimea, said Last news on Sunday... "

http://news.rin.ru/eng/news///86817/


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The only Jew there was Josef Visarionovich Djugashvili


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