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  1. This is a CIA created weapon that they need to be held accountable for. I wonder how long it will take for the lawsuits to start,it will be interesting to see them try to defend themselves in foreign courts,maybe try to disappear some judges.

  2. Pocahontas County West Virginia has no building codes and no zoning. I’d like to see more folks move here who appreciate this join us here. 60% National Forest, climate like New England

  3. DROPBOX informed me that any lost files can be retrieved from them for up to 90 days(?) after having been deleted. This didn’t help however as I didn’t find out until after having been infected with ransomware, and I did not routinely back up my files. I was not able to repair the locked files, but oddly I could still access them through Quicken. I was able to remove the infection by doing search & destroy in the registry using the words that the ransomware used and deleting the key string. Everything I do now in the Windows operating system is offline, everything online is non-Windows. I think it is ironic that Microsofts’ OS is called “Windows’, appropriately and unfortunately.

    1. Though I cannot speak for all counties in Texas, I do know Grayson and Collin Counties in North Texas have county inspectors, require building permits, and enforce the U.B.C. outside of city limits.

  4. A Bible verse suggestion for you, don’t know if you have already used it.
    I Corinthians 16:13,14 “Be on the alert, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love. “. New American Standard version.

  5. As an electrician of many decades, I do make one suggestion: Get the current NEC (National Electrical Code) book and the current building code book as a rational guide for doing any construction around you home or homestead. The key point is safety for you and your family. Even in areas with no codes it is still a good idea. Work safe, stay safe.

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