rudy-Diiriye

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  1. silent sista! i was reading your comment...and i went into a deep dream! as i kept reading your words i found myself screaming Yes! Yes! that is my kinda of Women! i believe all the shiekhie dudes out here in the chat have a wide grin on their face!!lol... sista! where did u get this crab from! r u in college? or high school!! i am going to start a thread called educating silent sista!! any volunteers! plz
  2. you aint.. just keep hope alive! and one fine day we get to top of the mt. nice piece too! thx
  3. u so funny og-gal! or shall i say ISMARANIYA!! personal choice!lol...plz sista..dont dance like a chicken!!i know u wont even use the same cup that i use . and thats aight! feel free! could someone plz give a hand to this pretty sista to fill in the blanks correctly!! any volunteers!
  4. :eek: some one has polutted the superior mali genes! u r witness the outcome! lord have mercy!
  5. try not to open any emails with attachments that are not virus scanned or for that matter any email that u dont know who send it. be carefully yall!
  6. try not to open any emails with attachments that are not virus scanned or for that matter any email that u dont know who send it. be carefully yall!
  7. still german! lol...must hurt bad!
  8. NEW YORK (AP) - A new computer virus that offers hackers full control of infected PCs, giving them access to critical information such as passwords and credit-card numbers, was spreading on the Internet Thursday. The virus, dubbed "BugBear.B" by virus experts, follows two other quickly spreading e-mail viruses seen in recent weeks - "Sobig.B" and "Sobig.C" - but far exceeds them in its ability to do harm and in the aggressiveness of its spread. E-mail filtering services company MessageLabs Inc. had blocked 37,400 copies of BugBear.B from 125 countries by midday Thursday, after barely registering a blip on Wednesday, when the first copies were seen. Network Associates Inc. (NET) said it had received 100 infection reports from corporate and consumer customers as of Thursday morning. Its rival, Symantec Corp. (SYMC), said it received 180 infection reports from consumers and 51 from corporate customers. All it takes is one e-mailed copy of the virus entering a corporate network for havoc to ensue. Once inside, BugBear.B will spread throughout a network. Infected e-mails can carry various "from" addresses, which don't necessarily belong to the real sender. The subject lines and message texts also vary widely and in some cases are stolen from documents and files found on the victim's PC. The virus-laden attachment is compressed with a modified UPX format and shows up with multiple names. BugBear.B, which is a variant of the "BugBear" virus that struck in late September 2002, installs a hidden file that can allow hackers to access infected machines, where they could delete files or run programs of their choosing. Because the virus installs a keylogger program that collects a user's keystrokes, including passwords and credit-card numbers entered into Web sites, hackers could use their access to the PC to acquire such sensitive personal information.
  9. NEW YORK (AP) - A new computer virus that offers hackers full control of infected PCs, giving them access to critical information such as passwords and credit-card numbers, was spreading on the Internet Thursday. The virus, dubbed "BugBear.B" by virus experts, follows two other quickly spreading e-mail viruses seen in recent weeks - "Sobig.B" and "Sobig.C" - but far exceeds them in its ability to do harm and in the aggressiveness of its spread. E-mail filtering services company MessageLabs Inc. had blocked 37,400 copies of BugBear.B from 125 countries by midday Thursday, after barely registering a blip on Wednesday, when the first copies were seen. Network Associates Inc. (NET) said it had received 100 infection reports from corporate and consumer customers as of Thursday morning. Its rival, Symantec Corp. (SYMC), said it received 180 infection reports from consumers and 51 from corporate customers. All it takes is one e-mailed copy of the virus entering a corporate network for havoc to ensue. Once inside, BugBear.B will spread throughout a network. Infected e-mails can carry various "from" addresses, which don't necessarily belong to the real sender. The subject lines and message texts also vary widely and in some cases are stolen from documents and files found on the victim's PC. The virus-laden attachment is compressed with a modified UPX format and shows up with multiple names. BugBear.B, which is a variant of the "BugBear" virus that struck in late September 2002, installs a hidden file that can allow hackers to access infected machines, where they could delete files or run programs of their choosing. Because the virus installs a keylogger program that collects a user's keystrokes, including passwords and credit-card numbers entered into Web sites, hackers could use their access to the PC to acquire such sensitive personal information.
  10. hmmm! psssssss! i am still available! low mileage & in good condition!
  11. r u serious! i think u joking and looking for attention........>> cuz if this true! u is in serious trouble...! holla back if u aint bluffing
  12. this site is more on the holly side! bro
  13. i dont know pixie, i gotta a big small on my face! everything is outta controller!! )
  14. that i found love and its t-29 and counting!!!lol some 1 help! yo...this sh^%$ is freaking me out!
  15. yo og-gal! plz talk to your dad if you wanna meet someone! i had a crazy dream last nite that u ran away with Uday! stay away from that maniac!lol
  16. pixie, i been to katmandu before i went college thru a college trip. but seriously, i said opressed, so it covers the whole gamet! even we supprress our own! remember that!!! i know that i been there! and let me say this sista! u dont know how it feels until u really experienced it!!
  17. i have a women clown but not a women rudy!!
  18. i have a women clown but not a women rudy!!
  19. i take #5 since i am wonderer! clown plz take #1 and find someone soon! u need a trim!!!llol
  20. here is the thing! i always support whatever it takes to free suppressed ppl. no matter whether its saddam or taliban opression. ( i would love to see og-gal, pyro-pixie and jamaliah to have lived under taliban) u guys remember women were beaten like animals in public for no bloody reasons!!
  21. sorry bro! i was just teasing yah! welcome bro & break on the clown!!lol..