Video of VBA stop program is hilarious
A video of a VBA programmer making fun of a stop program that was meant to prevent the execution of a malicious program has gone viral.
The video shows the programmer using a stop-button on his desktop computer to turn off the program, only to have it start up again when the button is released.
The program appears to have been designed to prevent a computer from executing an illegal program.
However, it appears to run again when pressed again.
The video was uploaded to the VBA Stop Program YouTube channel by the VBScript team.
The VBA Script team also posted the video to the channel on Monday.
So, I have a problem, and it’s not really a problem.
I have no idea how to solve it, but I know this: I can’t tell you how to stop this.
So I am going to try this.
I am gonna try this, I am fucking gonna try it,” the programmer said.
The stop button was first introduced in the early 1980s to stop software programs that could take up too much disk space.
However it was later used by Microsoft Windows to disable programs that were actively being used.
The idea was that if someone could get a computer to stop using a program, they could steal the computer and install malicious software on it.
However, it has been difficult to stop the use of the stop button on computer systems.
Computer users have often used the stop-program feature to prevent programs that they know are malicious from running.
The stop-app feature was added in Windows 7.
Users have also turned to software programs like VirusTotal, Kaspersky, Malwarebytes, Maltego, Norton and McAfee.
In addition to stopping malicious software, many of these programs have developed their own security mechanisms that can block malware and viruses.
However some users have taken the idea of stopping a program to a new level by using stop-apps as a form of self-protection.
For example, an anonymous hacker in the UK, who goes by the name “The Hacker”, has created an online forum called “The Hacking Forum” to help people stop malware and malware-infected software from running on their computers.