Well this is different.
This is a quick fix for Google Chrome Users.
Ever get that annoying error message saying “Missing plug-in” when you try to watch a video, and you know you have the latest Flash version?
Well here is a quick little fix that helped me.
1. Open a new google-chrome browser window or tab.
2. In your address URL bar at the top of the page type in about:plugins
3. Find the “Flash” (Shockwave Flash) plugin, and click the “Disable” link.
4. Press Shift-Esc to open the Google Chrome Task Manager.
5. Find and select the “Plug-in: Shockwave Flash” in the Google Chrome Task Manager.
6. Click “End process” button in the Google Chrome Task Manager.
7. Close the Google Chrome Task Manager.
8. Click the “Enable” link of the “Flash” plugin in the about:plugins page.
9. Refresh the URL you used to view the video.
10. You should see the video now.
So I was thinking about how
I would survive a Zombie Apocolypse.
And I decided to ask Google
what it thought and this is what it told me.
Buy as many bad ass weapons as you can.
Yes were talking M16’s,
UZI’s, 45’s and 44’s.
Lot’s of ammo, you can
never have enough,trust me.
can openers,”hey it can gouge an eye out if need be”.
So stock up on Heavy Metal Objects!
Invest in good running shoes. Running is very important, your going to be doing a lot of it, so learn to love it!
Don’t be afraid to kill a recently infected loved one or friend. So prepare yourself mentally and emotionally.
I know, I know this is going to be hard but think of it this way, it’s either you or them, you or themmmmmm! yeah! remember go for the head and don’t be afraid to double tap that shit! Because they won’t hesitate to eat your Fu#$%#%ING brains man!
Secure your place by reinforcing all windows and doors and by stocking up on food, water and weed!
Yeah you heard me it might get boring waiting in your house because you can’t go wandering around you might get eaten! So pass the time and try to have a little fun.
Last but not least, Never give up!
Feel free to add to this list I may have forgotten something, you never know.
I can’t attribute this story to its source, but a number of years ago I read a story about Babe Ruth. At the end of his legendary baseball career, the Babe had become obviously overweight. During one of his final contests, he bungled several fly balls in the outfield and struck out weakly with every plate appearance.
Fans who had seen or heard about his once-proud exploits were now quick with catcalls, mocking this man who had hit twice as many home runs as anyone else in baseball.
But as the jeering got louder and louder, a little boy leaped over the railing and onto the playing field. With tears streaming down his face, he ran to the Babe and threw his arms around the legs of the fading athlete. Babe Ruth reached down, picked up the boy and hugged him tight. Then setting him down and patting him on the head, they walked hand in hand toward the dugout, while the jeers turned to cheers. Hardly an eye remained dry in the whole place.
The crowd had been correct in their assessment, of course. The Babe had let much of his athletic prowess go to seed. Yet a little boy had remembered him for who he was . . . and had covered over his errors with love.
This is not unlike what marriage was established to be—two people saying to each other, “I know you’ve failed me and disappointed me at times (as I have you), but I’m still going to put my arm around you and tell you, ‘I love you.’ I’m on this journey with you one way or the other.”
I believe the angels burst into praise when they hear that, because this is the visitation of God’s love on two imperfect people.
Above all, keep fervent in your love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins. 1 PETER 4:8