The Safest Way to Have an Affair Without Getting Caught

There seems to be an ever growing number of married people having affairs these days. Maybe it is because more of us are buying into the concept that monogamy is unnatural. Maybe it is because more of us want happiness at all times no matter what we have to do to get it. Maybe we’re just all more connected and hear about it more often.

Whatever the reason, the perception is that more people than ever are cheating. Whether it is more than before remains to be seen. What isn’t different is the fact that just about no one who cheats wants to get caught. We all want to get away with it. I’m sure there are ways to romanticize the whole thing so that it seems like something more, but the bare fact is if we are cheating, we don’t want to get caught.

There are lots of little tips and tricks to help you achieve this double life successfully. Just making sure you don’t do any of the telltale things most cheaters do will help you out a lot. Don’t bring your affair to your own home. Don’t pay for any affair related expenses with credit cards. Don’t shower as soon as you get home. Don’t send texts and emails if you don’t have to. Don’t be taking off at strange hours and for strange reasons. The list goes on, and all of these little tips will help.

But perhaps the safest way to have an affair without getting caught lies in who you choose to have the affair with. It is imperative that this person can be trusted to respect your marriage and home life. It is imperative that they realize they are second and your home life is first. It is imperative that they have just as much to lose as you do by getting caught.

You may already know the affair from earlier in your life and know their situation, which is good. But if there isn’t someone at the ready that you can trust, you may want to think about trying one of the married dating services that are becoming so popular. They will literally let you choose someone to have an affair with, from your area, who you find attractive, and who has as much to lose as you.

Having an affair can be dangerous business if not done properly. Stay safe, and be sure you pick the right person to share yourself with.

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WorldWide Telescope (WWT) enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope, bringing together imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes in the world. Experience narrated guided tours from astronomers and educators featuring interesting places in the sky.
A web-based version of WorldWide Telescope is also now available. This version enables seamless, guided explorations of the universe from within a web browser on PC and Intel Mac OS X by using the power of Microsoft Silverlight 3.0.

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I Love Stars

Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

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Ramadan2009

In Muslim nations and regions around the globe, this is the first week of the holy month of Ramadan, a time for followers to abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and sexual activity during the day, breaking their fast each sunset, with traditional meals and sweets. During this time, Muslims are also encouraged to read the entire Quran, to give freely to those in need, and strengthen their ties to God through prayer. The goal of the fast is to teach humility, patience and sacrifice, and to ask forgiveness, practice self-restraint, and pray for guidance in the future. This year, Ramadan will continue until Saturday, September 19th. (39 photos total)

Tracking down uptime in Windows XP

Have you ever wondered how long your Windows XP system has been running since the last reboot? If so, this handy Windows XP tip will show you how to find out your system’s uptime.
Here’s how:
  1. Open a Command Prompt window.
  2. Type the following command:
    Systeminfo | Find “Up Time”
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Easy WiFi Radar

Some things in life should be free. Easy WiFi Radar helps you find and connect to open wireless access points with a single mouseclick. It’s WiFi for Dummies. And we’re giving it away for your PC.

If you have ever tried to use Windows XP’s built-in connection manager, you know what a hassle it can be to quickly check your mail or browse the web on the go. You need to browse through a list of access points, find one that you can connect to, manually try to connect to it, confirm the connection and then wait. Even if it says that’s it connected, often it doesn’t open a webpage or you mail will stall. Easy WiFi Radar automates all of this. It’s main goal is to let you get your mail or surf the web without having to go through all of the connection trouble, and without having to pull your creditcard. Just run it and it’ll connect you for FREE to the internet. It doesn’t get easier than this.

Get your mail and browse the web without being charged. The ideal WiFi-tool for frequent travellers and mobile professionals. Easy WiFi Radar will connect to open hotspots automatically and shows you exactly what it is doing in a cool animated radar screen. Access points are represented as green, yellow or red dots. It plays a sound and opens your webbrowser as soons as it succesfully finds a free connection. Works on Windows XP and Windows Mobile, not on Vista.

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Free Virtual Computer

G.ho.st offers every person in the world a free Virtual Computer (VC).G.ho.st is simply pronounced “ghost”, an acronym of Global hosted operating system (written G.ho.st with two dots because a URL (web address) must have dots!). The G.ho.st Virtual Computer includes almost everything you would have in a physical computer – a desktop, file storage (like a disk drive) and applications (apps).

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