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In computing, the trash (also known as the recycle bin and by other names) is temporary storage for files that have been deleted in a file manager by the user, but not yet permanently erased from the physical media. Typically, a recycle bin is presented as a special file directory to the user (whether or not it is actually a single directory depends on the implementation), allowing the user to browse deleted files, undelete those that were deleted by mistake, or delete them permanently (either one by one, or by the "Empty Trash" function).

 

Within a trash folder, a record is kept of each file and/or directory's original location. On certain operating systems, files must be moved out of the trash before they can be accessed again.

 

Whether or not files deleted by a program go to the recycle bin depends on its level of integration with a particular desktop environment and its function. Low-level utilities usually bypass this layer entirely and delete files immediately. A program that includes file manager functionality may or may not send files to the recycle bin, or it may allow the user to choose between these options.

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Whether she said it with a wink, or a nod, she said what a lot of people feel about persons who prey on young children! I just had to go to a 2 hour course because I may become a coach for kids, and they showed a video of convicted pedophiles and their victims (portrayed by actors). Chilling stuff, and the pedophiles are not remorseful at all. If they ever get out, they will probably do the same thing again.

 

I say good for Sarah, and she would have said it if she was running (my opinion).

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Oh, I get it now, Ben Graham!  ;D 

 

You want to suck me into this Sarah Palin squabble with "assumptions," as though I might agree with her.  Well, that's a hard thing to do because there are so many issues even within this terrible act of a degenerate man exploiting young people. As I have told some recently, thus far, they seem to be handling the matter intelligently, by leaving no stones unturned. Due to the severity of the incident, it may be true that the Head Coach should have gone much further than he did, even after first reporting it many years ago. 

 

As my wife said with a tear in her eye, if there is no longer compassion for our children, what do we have left in our society? 

 

Personally, I would prefer that Sarah would have said, like I do from time to time, "Hang the greatest Wall Street, or connected Perpetrators in the middle of Times Square!" according to their continuous, perpetual CRIMES against HUMANITY! It may be that some of their crimes--money for the sake of money--contributes to creating degenerates like this Sandusky character over time. Although that's no excuse, nor am I excusing him. I'd prefer to equip him with the necessary tools, and energy to go after the real people who are creating the stresses and breaking points on human psychology in our society. 

 

There is no doubt that our system is failing in many regards, and it's not a stretch to say that, "Commercialism" and the Banking Dynasties tied to Wall Street, have not been the main actors contributing to denigrating our nation as well as the Globe over many decades if focusing on The Modern Era alone. 

 

As for hanging this man, I think he is going to experience his hell on earth before this over, assuming you or Sarah or anyone else doesn't think his hell has already begun!

 

All that being said, I love the spunk which women like Sarah bring to the game, because if REAL CHANGE in America is to be established, vastly different than the "status quo," it will require a REVOLUTION, one which men and women are not fearful of losing their lives over.  :(     

 

 

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Oh, I get it now, Ben Graham!  ;D 

 

You want to suck me into this Sarah Palin squabble with "assumptions," as though I might agree with her.  Well, that's a hard thing to do because there are so many issues even within this terrible act of a degenerate man exploiting young people. As I have told some recently, thus far, they seem to be handling the matter intelligently, by leaving no stones unturned. Due to the severity of the incident, it may be true that the Head Coach should have gone much further than he did, even after first reporting it many years ago. 

 

As my wife said with a tear in her eye, if there is no longer compassion for our children, what do we have left in our society? 

 

Personally, I would prefer that Sarah would have said, like I do from time to time, "Hang the greatest Wall Street, or connected Perpetrators in the middle of Times Square!" according to their continuous, perpetual CRIMES against HUMANITY! It may be that some of their crimes--money for the sake of money--contributes to creating degenerates like this Sandusky character over time. Although that's no excuse, nor am I excusing him. I'd prefer to equip him with the necessary tools, and energy to go after the real people who are creating the stresses and breaking points on human psychology in our society. 

 

There is no doubt that our system is failing in many regards, and it's not a stretch to say that, "Commercialism" and the Banking Dynasties tied to Wall Street, have not been the main actors contributing to denigrating our nation as well as the Globe over many decades if focusing on The Modern Era alone. 

 

As for hanging this man, I think he is going to experience his hell on earth before this over, assuming you or Sarah or anyone else doesn't think his hell has already begun!

 

All that being said, I love the spunk which women like Sarah bring to the game, because if REAL CHANGE in America is to be established, vastly different than the "status quo," it will require a REVOLUTION, one which men and women are not fearful of losing their lives over.  :(     

 

Wait.  What does any of that have to do with LVLT?

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