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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
does your phone have a memory card?
if yes, do these..
>>if the pictures is stored in your phone memory, then copy the pictures from your phone memory to your memory card. once copied, switch off your phone, remove your memory card, get your memory card adapter, insert memory card and insert it to your laptop sd reader slot and copy the files from your memory card to your laptop. if you use desktop and has no sd memory card reader slot, borrow memory card reader from a friend, connect it your computer, insert the your memory card from there and once read, copy the files to your computer. this also is applicable if you want to copy files from your computer to your phone.
>>if it doesn't have, then, borrow a bluetooth dongle from a friend, pair it with your phone, and send the file from your phone, one after the other...
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
This is a chain email that is going around. There is some basis in fact with regard to the claims in the email, but the truth is that the National Day of Prayer has NOT been cancelled, nor has the President declared that we are not a Christian Nation. Truth be told, there is nothing that "officially" declares the US a Christian nation. Our roots may be steeped in Christianity, but the Founding Fathers made sure to state "officially" that the government would not recognize any religion as the "state" religion. This was to prevent the type of persecution that many religions faced in Europe. This is what guarantees us religious freedom in this country. It is also what the misinformed use to quote as "separation of church and state". They mistakenly believe that the meaning of those words that guarantee us religious freedom somehow means that anything or anyone that has ties to the government cannot openly practice their religion (ie: prayer in school).
Posted on Jan 09, 2015
False, he could do this, but I would go ballistic, like so many other Americans. Only his Liberal fools would follow him.
Posted on Feb 01, 2015
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