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Read in the latest NRA journal Norton Internet Security blocked access to NRA and other pro-gun sites. Of course the anti-gun sites were just fine. This ends my association with Norton, any new virus software will be McAfee. NO NORTON! Goober
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Well... this has to be corroborated.

AVG is an excellent free av program, FWIW...
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Not being a computer expert ( elementary school drop out), I'll have to work on it. Goob
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Please help if you can. I don't know if this works but here goes. This is a link to a copy of the article. See if you can read it. It is a large file for some reason, 1.3MB, may take a minute or so to download it for reading. Sorry, I'm not adept enough to make it easier. Goober

http://briefcase.yahoo.com/elineback
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when i stop my pointer on the article, a block comes up in the corner, letting me pull it up to actual size
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For whatever reason it won't show for me.
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I have a cable modem and it takes a few seconds for me to download the article from YAHOO. The file is named NRA and Norton. It is supposed to be available to the public for viewing. Once it appears after you have hit the NRA and Norton link, rest your cursor on the article, the box will appear in the corner, hit it, it enlarges. If you still can't get it, just forget I said anything. Thanks, Ed aka Goober

http://briefcase.yahoo.com/elineback
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i went back and checked it for public viewing.
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