In response to a question as to whether a person who was having a 30v
generator installed has a big house, the electrician said, "No, he has
a mailbox house."
What is a "mailbox house"? Is it simply a small house?
How about a house that IS a mailbox? I've seen one of those around
here. The mail carrier pushes letters through a hole in the front
door. The mail arrives as a pile on the floor (and you learn that it
isn't ALL trash).
Its more likely a small business where another person or business can
maintain a proxy mailing address that is not the person's residence or
his place of employ. Thus you can live in a dump or in your car. But
you will have a street address in some posh district of town to
receive your snailmail and parcels.
I missed part of your first reply. I take it you now know what it means
for the the rest, a rough translation is "God be with you" or "God is with
you" It is a multipurpose greeting. It can substitute for either hello or
One is unexpected Java (and ActiveX if you use IE) scripts that
install malware on your computer.
Also, someone could be collecting your IP for spam purposes. There
seems to be no limit to unethical behavior.
If the thing is an executable, and your web-browser is something
smart enough to execute it but too stupid not to, then clicking
on any link gives control of your computer to whoever's on the
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