Log cabin living????????

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On Wed, 16 Dec 2015 16:40:41 -0600, "Dean Hoffman"

Just my 2 cents, but in my opinion, Opera is rubbish! Based on personal experience. Some people will probably disagree.....
Keeping Java Script disabled will help avoid SOME hijackers and online annoyances, but not all (regardless what browser you use). But with JS disabled, some sites wont work properly, especially sites where you have to fill out forms or shop.
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snipped-for-privacy@unlisted.moc wrote:

You're entitled to your opopinion , but IMO Opera is worlds better than Firefox (bloated and slow to load) IE (sucks and is difficult to configure) , and Chrome (spyware like everything else google) . It's not perfect , but it beats the competition IMO . I also tried pale moon and aviator , neither did what I want .
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We all have our preferences. I never liked Opera at all. I didn't like it in the 1990's and didn't like it the last time I tried it a few years ago. I normally run an OLDER version of Firefox (less bloated), or K-Meleon, which is similar to the OLDER Firefox. I would not touch Chrome spyware. IE always sucked. Pale Moon crashed repeatedly for me while installing it on XP Pro SP3, so I never got to use it. K-Meleon is my favorite. Seamonkey is fair and my 3rd choice. (All versions of Firefox since version 21, SUCK ASS. They ruined a once great browser).
When it comes to browser software, there is no browser that really works flawlessly. But a lot of that is due to poorly designed websites with all their worthless scripts.
I never heard of aviator????
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snipped-for-privacy@unlisted.moc wrote:

They call it a "lite" browser , it doesn't work with my adblockers etc . Same problem with pale moon , it doesn't support adblock and I ain't buying bandwidth to see ads on every web page .
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Uncle Monster wrote:

Thanks Unc , that wasn't out when I was testing PM .
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snipped-for-privacy@unlisted.moc writes:

Next time it's in town, go see _The Barber of Seville_ and you may just change your mind.
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On 12/15/2015 8:48 PM, Dean Hoffman wrote:

My family rented a large log vacation home in Wisconsin for many years back in the 2000s. We thought the log walls and wood-everywhere interiors were very attractive, but it had a major problem with settling, resulting in some of the logs moving and doors and windows popping out of their frames. It was such a costly fix, the owner instead just put notes on the affected doors and windows telling renters not to try using them. I have no idea if that's a potential drawback of log homes or if the builder was at fault in this particular case. At any rate, I loved staying there but I had no interest in buying it. After the economy cratered, other log homes in the area ended up being sold at auction for a fraction of their assessed value.
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