Dr.Web - Wallpaper Available

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Miyagi, Feb 9, 2006.

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  1. Miyagi

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    Seems as though my ISP has that version of the good Dr.'s website blocked.
    Does anyone know if it is available on the .com version? Or maybe someone can upload it... Thanks.
     
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    I don't know, but i'm the only one who finds these wallpapers "ugly" ?
     
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    Thanks Gent's.
     
  8. Technodrome

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    It’s a bug thing. You gotta love it to understand it...:shifty: :D :D


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    What! Arachnaphobia? :eek:

    @H.B. -- why not come JOIN US?

    @Technodrome- a spider is an arachnid. NOT in the bug family...
    # Spiders have two main body parts, eight walking legs, simple eyes and piercing jaws (fangs), abdominal silk spinning organs, anterior abdominal genital opening.
    # Bugs have three main body parts, six walking legs, compound eyes, antennae, chewing jaws (mandibles - often secondarily modified), posterior abdominal genital opening.
     
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    Spiders are an acquired taste. It's said that 3 to 4 spidey's per day are an aphrodisiac. More than 4 and you will be Virus free...:eek: :D
     
  11. Technodrome

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    I don't know guys...It looks like a bug to me. :D



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  12. Serge Popov

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    Well, check this: http://mbs.spb.ru/clara/. Her name is Clara, she's the pet of one of our guys :) As of bugs, she likes bugs :)
     
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    Lovely :eek: Where's the green one? ;) Thanks for sharing Serge! Glad to see you registering here at Wilders!
     
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