Bob at the Beach

Bob at the Beach

Bob
Bob

April 27th, 2006, 10:38 pm #1


Bob liked to frequent the Newfoundland beaches but was never able to
attract the girls. He decided to ask his friend George the lifeguard
for advice.

"It's those big baggy swimming trunks that make you look like an old
bloke. They're years outta style. Your best bet is to grab yourself a
pair of Speedos - about two sizes too small, and drop a fist-sized
potato down inside them. I'm telling ya man...you'll have all the babes
you want!"

The following weekend, Bob hits the beach with his spanking new tight
Speedos, and his fist-sized potato. Everybody on the beach was
disgusted as he walked by, covering their faces, turning away, laughing,
looking sick!

Bob went back to George the lifeguard and and asked him, "What's wrong
now?"

"Lard-Tunderin Jeezus by!" said George, "the potato goes in the
front!"
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Nat
Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

April 28th, 2006, 12:28 am #2

This must be a very old joke considering that "big baggy swimming trunks" it just what young guys wear these days, to my continuing puzzelment.

But I must express my disappointment- when I saw the title- I thought we were finally going to see a picture of Bob in his swim trunks no less! Still waiting for that you know.

PS- did you get any help with your password problem?
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Bob
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April 28th, 2006, 2:28 am #3

Yes -- and No. Yes, I received responses to my question. The solution (per my limited knowledge) is to install the Linux OS and access the password=protected files via that. They recommended going to a site called knoppix and getting the free download. The problem is . . . while the site has some English contents, most of it is in German (I don't read it) and what English there is . . its so darn techical that I'm not sure I would know what to do. I checked out the FAQ (frequently asked questions), and some were of the sort: What happens if (name how your computer could screw up) results from booting from the knoppix disk?" Screw ups? Not something I want to rush into!

Unless I had a bonafide computer geek at the helm, I don't know that I want to try the offered solution . . . even if (as one suggester noted) it "works like a charm". They noted how "cool" it can be to have Linux and Windows installed on the same hard drtive -- yeah, that might be interesting, beyond the immediate desire to get to the afforementioned files. But, neither do I want a non-functional computer.

Another option might be to pull the hard drive back out and take it to the computer guy at work, who agreed to look at it and see what he could do. My own knowledge is just to limited . . . I have always subscribed to the Clint Eastwood character's motto: "A man's gotta know his limitations". Well, I do!
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Nat
Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

April 28th, 2006, 3:51 am #4

They could only give you a German site for Linux? That's ridiculous- there are oodles of Linux sites here in the US.

But I can't believe there is not a easier way to do this. I just did a Google and found a bunch of programs that are suppose to crack PW files- click- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=l ... tnG=Search

Now I can't vouch for any of these but they are something to consider.

Or if you have a guy who is willing to work on it that may be the best way.
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