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You might say that my musical interests are, let’s go with, eclectic.

I listen to Pandora in the background while I’m working and whenever I hear a new song that I like, I click the little thumbs-up button. The drum solo in this song his daughter Judy’s penned, Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah (that means I Love You), was performed on the show, , and was legend–wait for it–dary!

I watched her walk down the street in the blazing sunshine feeling proud at yet another conquest, bemused that I was letting such an amazing woman walk away and fully committed to the next encounter.

I'm sensitive; to people, places, sounds, everything.

current versions work on windows and linux systems. while it is too early to see exactly how phoenix will stack up against other browsers, the release notes give some insight into the project's ultimate goals.

current browser bloat is to be trimmed, with an emphasis on increasing the speed and decreasing the size of the browser.

Discovering how to use this sensitivity to my advantage was key to getting what I wanted with women.

I'd walk up to the best-looking woman in the street and nervously start talking.redmond seems intent on worming the browser into every facet of your computing experience.ironically, this seems an awful lot like the old netscape mantra of “the browser is the computer.” my, how times have changed.esab=a&as=aaq When I open Control Panel -- Default Programs, and try to associate Mailto with Firefox, the only options it gives me are "Mail" (the Metro app I'm trying to ditch) and "Look for an app in the Store". How do I get Firefox to appear in the list of apps that can be associated with Mailto? * maybe consider downloading, installing and using Mozilla Thunderbird ** https:// **https://support.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/kb/switching-thunderbird Not all of our Knowledge Base articles have specific instructions for Windows 8 yet.* the general link to the mailto article is Change the program used to open email links#os=win8&browser=fx19#os=win8&browser=fx19 * note the articles have file selector buttons at the top near to the Firefox icon that allow you to choose document versions for different OS & fx versions.user customization also appears to be big, with a new bookmark manager and a completely customizable toolbar.

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I'd walk up to the best-looking woman in the street and nervously start talking.

redmond seems intent on worming the browser into every facet of your computing experience.

ironically, this seems an awful lot like the old netscape mantra of “the browser is the computer.” my, how times have changed.

esab=a&as=aaq When I open Control Panel -- Default Programs, and try to associate Mailto with Firefox, the only options it gives me are "Mail" (the Metro app I'm trying to ditch) and "Look for an app in the Store". How do I get Firefox to appear in the list of apps that can be associated with Mailto? * maybe consider downloading, installing and using Mozilla Thunderbird ** https:// **https://support.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/kb/switching-thunderbird Not all of our Knowledge Base articles have specific instructions for Windows 8 yet.

* the general link to the mailto article is Change the program used to open email links and it should redirect to the most suitable version of the article * any specific Windows 8 information if/when it exists will be at Change the program used to open email links#os=win8&browser=fx19#os=win8&browser=fx19 * note the articles have file selector buttons at the top near to the Firefox icon that allow you to choose document versions for different OS & fx versions.

user customization also appears to be big, with a new bookmark manager and a completely customizable toolbar.

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I'd walk up to the best-looking woman in the street and nervously start talking.

redmond seems intent on worming the browser into every facet of your computing experience.

ironically, this seems an awful lot like the old netscape mantra of “the browser is the computer.” my, how times have changed.

esab=a&as=aaq When I open Control Panel -- Default Programs, and try to associate Mailto with Firefox, the only options it gives me are "Mail" (the Metro app I'm trying to ditch) and "Look for an app in the Store". How do I get Firefox to appear in the list of apps that can be associated with Mailto? * maybe consider downloading, installing and using Mozilla Thunderbird ** https:// **https://support.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/kb/switching-thunderbird Not all of our Knowledge Base articles have specific instructions for Windows 8 yet.

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