Memories from this day is yet another super annoying thing from OneDrive. Remember it making hundreds of albums you did not ask it to do or wanted? Well this is like that - yet another feature almost no one will want. Go to your phones settings, then apps then click OneDrive. Last, click "Memories from this day" to turn it the hell off and make it leave you alone. Honest to GOD if this pile of storage space did not come with my Office 365 subscription I'd uninstall OneDrive and never use the dang thing. But since I want the storage space - I use it. BTW I'd kind of LOVE it to have a dark theme, but then again I been wanting that on Facebook for Android for a very long time.
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308 pieces and 34 minutes. About average for me. This was a fun one to do. I see in the same folder there is a couple other puzzles with boats. I like boats, but have rarely been on one. A photo from a building that had been renovated quite a lot since this photo was taken. I was amazed how much money they put into it, but was told there was a change in the bylaw to make it imposable to tare it down and build a new one.
First off, do you like my graphic? I spent 5 minutes on it. I recently got the Shaw Cable internet add-on "McAfee Internet Security". It's $6 a month and for what you get, it's a great deal. However, McAfee sucked a great deal of resourced. I had it on an older PC and got rid of it quickly for that reason. I thought this PC would be fast enough at 3.4GHZ, but I guess not. I also only have 8GB of ram and the video memory takes some of that as it's an onboard card. I ran it for a couple of days and man did it bog down my system, to an almost unusable degree. Not only did it dramatically hog resources, but it increased the boot time noticeably. It's a great tool if you have the resources to run it, but my PC is older and lacking in memory, so I guess I'm going to have to pass on this. By the way, you get up to ten devices on the software and the modem has more protection as well. It works on Windows, iOS and Android devices. My phone and tablet had no problem
The Creeping Flesh (1973) 9/10 A scientist discovers a giant skeleton and finds the flesh will grow back if water is spilled on it. He then becomes convinced that it’s the origin of evil and that evil is a disease of the blood. At the end of the movie there is a rather large plot twist, and you are left wondering if any of it is real or not. Deranged: Confessions of Necrophilia (1974) 9/10 After the death of his mother a farmer becomes a grave robber and murderer. He keeps the bodies in his house as well as the body of his mother. Summer of Fear (1978) 8/10 After her cousin moves in the house, a woman starts to think she is a witch using dark magic. Sisters (1972) 7/10 Struggles ensue after a woman tries to convince the police she saw a murder across the street in another apartment. This is like Rear Window but with the twist of the woman getting involved. Willard (1971) 7/10 A man discovers he can control rats and uses them for revenge. In the end it did not go so well for him. Vampy