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Copyrighted Pictures on the Internet & the Oil Spill in Lousiana how to fix in in my opinion

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Last Edited: June 3, 2010, 4:33 am

                                             i dont know a lot about computers and i am not going to claim i do infact i know very little...Sometimes i´ll be surfing minding my bussiness and i come up to a picture and i copy it with my mouse...

i have a couple of pictures that i have collected through out the years...Kind of like an Art collector...

This is my thing i am now hearing that some celebrities pictures on the net are copyrighted...My thing is...I have tried to copy some pictures and i could not my computer mouse cant do it is like a block on the image...I think if you want to copyright a picture PLACE A BLOCK ON IT, so that people cant copy them with their mouse...I thought about this since 8 years ago i just didnt made a statement about it....

Again you want to copyright your pictures on the internet place a block on it....

Oil Spill in Louisiana: You know now and whenever something just like that happens that another pipe burst a very good thing to do is to tie a not like with some heavy cloths for a moment and wrapp it up over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over as MANY TIMES AS YOU CAN AS TO CREATE VERY LITTLE SEEPAGE/LEAKAGE AS POSSIBLE...OR A LONG RUBBER BAND WRAP IT OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER ´TIL INFINITY....Like wrapping a LONG STRING bandage OVER IT ´TIL INFINITY.....THAT´S FOR THE MEAN TIME...

I am talking  A HUGE RUBBER BAND WITH HOOKS on each end wrap it over and over place 1 hook, the initial hook on the first inches of the slit/cut of the pipe, wrap it up hundreds of times and place the end hook on the last inches of the slit/rupture as to leave small seepage/leakage as possible....

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four4meComment by four4me - June 3, 2010, 2:27 am
It's a programing code placed on the space the picture is inside the web page so it cant be copied.

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