By: DavidEwing | Mar 26, 2011 The never-funny George Lopez took a stab at fat jokes on his TV show Wednesday, insinuating that Kirstie Alley's cha cha cha on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" was a bit hammy. Actually, according to Hollywood Gossip, he just blatantly refers to her as a pig: "Before the show she went to the market, and then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home (cut to GEICO commercial with the pig going "WEEEEEEEEEEE!" in the back of a sedan)."
By: Shaheen Tabbassum | Mar 21, 2011 According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics in 2002, Out of every ten Americans, one became a victim of fraud. This may have increased by now. These data were derived from the survey and did not fully reflect the real situation. The same survey showed that cases of fraud to the police were reported by only 49% of the victims. The typical victim of swindlers was usually an elderly man with a low educational level and income.
By: Barry | Feb 10, 2011 In the globe of electronic mail, spam is the biggest and most significant problem. Though it was once not a danger in the least, currently it's becoming one. Currently, in every 10 e-mails in the planet, seven are actually spam, that congest inboxes with rubbish content. E-mail has been abused by many people in the internet through both worm programs and spam. Businesses and establishments that depend upon computers and net recognize how spam affects their performance.
By: Barry | Feb 10, 2011 Even being as careful as doable with my email address, I still used to receive more than a hundred email messages every day, which is not any exaggeration. Solely regarding 10% of these emails were from individuals that I knew and the rest of the messages were unwanted email..."spam". And I'm sure you can relate to my frustration. It is estimated that over seventy-six billion unwanted email messages were delivered in 2003, costing companies additional than $ten billion every year.
By: Kimberly | Feb 2, 2011 As most folks are aware nearly all email accounts come back with some kind of email filter setting that you'll amendment to strive and block spam email. Sure it works ok however spam still gets through and if somebody emails you who is not already on your contact list well its goodbye to them as they're treated to the same courtesy as junk mail.
By: Kimberly | Feb 2, 2011 Spam is almost a mounted accessory to the internet. If you're operating online, it is a given truth that you can conjointly be at risk of spams. Within the recent years, it's been plaguing many net users and has been present on the World Wide Net since time immemorial. There are various ways in which for this nuisance sort of mail to be posted on the net. Mostly they are posted through emails and there are regarding legion it sent everyday.
By: Kimberly | Feb 2, 2011 Each employer is at least partially aware that their staff use company computers to do personal things, no matter whether there is a written company policy on acceptable Internet usage. Spam blockers can be a nice corporate asset in reducing the amount of damage done by employee carelessness.