This cartoon should be watched by children and adults everywhere.
This is well worth the time to see the whole thing.
Adolf Hitler once said “It is so fortunate for rulers that men are fools”, and that statement is just as true today as it was then. The American people voted Obama into office just like the Germans voted for Hitler…. human nature never changes.
Nancy Pelosi is going around saying the same old crap, “Bush lied, I didn’t know, it’s all the republicans fault….” etc.
Well here she is, getting caught in her latest BOLD FACE LIES about not knowing about our interogation techniques.
Why won’t the mainstream media show this? Oh yeah, I forgot… it is against their religion.
Techniques which I should add have saved LOT’S of American lives!!
DeviceRemover is a Device manager on steroids!
You can view almost any data on a device, update or backup drivers, and pretty much control anything you want for the device.
This can be a great help when some device all of a sudden stops working – like after an update, or when re-installing/installing an operating system.:
Using this utility is very easy.
But this is one utility you’ll want to use with a great deal of caution unless you really know what you are doing!!
You will be dealing with device drivers and settings and could easily ‘brick’ your devices or even your entire Operating System!
So make sure you have everything backed up before tweaking.
To back up just the drivers first you can use the above mentioned ‘DeviceRemover’ application or try this one:
Better yet and more preferable is to have an ‘image’ available of your entire system.
I have previously gone on about the utter importance of having recent images of your entire system should you have to recover data [your hdd drive dies, you get a virus or trojan, you need larger drive, etc.] so I won’t prattle on too much.
A disk image is a giant file that saves the state of an entire disk.
Disk images can re-create an entire disk drive.
I recommend having an external drive or secondary hdd for images.
I you don’t have one of my favorites, and most important, tools – Acronis True Image or Norton Ghost, there are freeware applications available to create complete system [hard drive] images.
Good Description of the difference of image vs backup is here.
Here is one:
Here is the direct ISO download that can be ‘burned’ to CD:
Change your Login background Image with a single “Drag-and-Drop” with this tool
Or you can do it ‘manually’ by using the terminal:
Find a desktop wallpaper image, save it to your desktop as background.jpg, and in the Terminal enter:
sudo mv /System/Library/CoreServices/DefaultDesktop.jpg /System/Library/CoreServices/DefaultDesktop.jpg.old
You’ll have to enter your password to complete the operation. Then, in your Desktop directory in the Terminal, type:
sudo cp background.jpg /System/Library/CoreServices/DefaultDesktop.jpg
Now, next time you log off, your logon screen will have your new custom background. To undo the operation, in the Terminal, type:
sudo cp /System/Library/CoreServices/DefaultDesktop.jpg.old /System/Library/CoreServices/DefaultDesktop.jpg
Alternately, you can modify your logon background by changing a preference versus overwriting the file.
Here’s the command:
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow DesktopPicture “/Library/Desktop Pictures/Aqua Blue.jpg”Substitute “/Library/Desktop Pictures/Aqua Blue.jpg”
with the path to the picture you want to use.
This technique works in both Leopard and Tiger.