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WITandWISDOM(tm) - February 20, 2001
We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are. - Anais Nin
Submitted by Braxton Hagele
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
WINNERS VERSUS LOSERS
1. A winner says, "Let's find out." A loser says, "Nobody knows."
2. When a winner makes a mistake, he says, "I was wrong." When a loser makes a mistake, he says, "It wasn't my fault."
3. A winner goes through a problem. A loser goes around it, and never gets past it.
4. A winner makes commitments. A loser makes promises.
5. A winner says, "I'm good, but not as good as I ought to be." A loser says, "I'm not as bad as a lot of other people are."
6. A winner tries to learn from those who are superior to him. A loser tries to tear down those who are superior to him."
7. A winner says, "There ought to be a better way to do it." A loser says, "That's the way it's always been done here."
From: Mile-Hi Evangelism
Source: Weekend Encounter, by Dick Innes, Copyright 2000, www.actsweb.org/subscribe.htm
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
MORE CHURCH BULLETIN BLOOPERS
Part 1 of 3 [2-20, 3-2, 3-12 ]
Irving Benson and Jessie Carter were married on October 24 in the church. So ends a friendship that began in their school days.
Please place your donation in the envelope along with the deceased person(s) you want remembered.
The third verse of "Blessed Assurance" will be sung without musical accomplishment.
Attend our banquet and you will hear an excellent speaker and heave a healthy lunch.
The church will host an evening of fine dining, superb entertainment, and gracious hostility.
The pastor will preach his farewell message, after which the choir will sing, "Break Forth Into Joy."
22 members were present at the church meeting held at the home of Mrs. Marsha Crutchfield last evening. Mrs. Crutchfield and Mrs. Rankin sang a duet, The Lord Knows Why.
Source: Sermon Fodder, Sermon_Fodder- firstname.lastname@example.org
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
Sal, a pilot for a major airline, carries his running clothes in a backpack, freeing his hands for his luggage. On one trip, he told me, he noticed passers-by grinning at him in the terminal. Sal smiled back. Maybe some of them were on my last flight, he thought.
His ego was brimming until he got to the cockpit and stowed his bags. That's when he saw the "Parachute" sign his co-workers had stuck to his backpack.
From: J. Gary Kuntz in Catholic Digest
Source: Keith's Mostly Clean Humor, McHawList- email@example.com
CONTROL THE "FLY-OUT" START MENU FOR WINDOWS(R)
(If you feel uncomfortable editing the registry, don't do this.)
Usually, after clicking on the Windows(R) "Start" button and moving your mouse over the menu items, there will be an automatic cascade of the submenus. Here's how you can keep the submenus from opening until you click on them:
1. Click on the "Start" button. Click on the "Run" menu item. Type "regedit" in the dialogue box, not including the quotation marks. Click the "OK" button.
2. The "Registry Editor" window will open. The left hand pane of the window shows a directory of the registry contents. Click the "+" in front of "HKEY_CURRENT_USER" Click the "+" in front of "Control Panel" Click on the "Desktop" folder. The Desktop folder contents will display in the right window pane.
3. Right click on the "Desktop" folder. In the pop up menu, click on "New" and then click on "String Value." Name it "MenuShowDelay" Enter a value of 65534 and click "OK" If you are not presented with a value field, right click on the newly created "MenuShowDelay" file and select "Modify" Enter 65534 in the "Value data:" dialogue box. Click the "OK" button. Close the "Registry Editor" window.
4. Click on the Windows(R) "Start" menu button. Click on "Log Off" The computer will restart and you are done.
Source: Maximum PC, Copyright (c) February, 01, 2001 www.maximumpc.com