I've consulted with my colleagues, and, I have to tell you 2 things.
The first one is: those permissions (VAR,USR and others) can be done by some kind of a malware,or virus and it means,that you can get rid of those issues with the help of a Mackeeper.
But, on the other hand, those permissions, which are modified, (SUID) cannot be reset to default without a help of a human technician. That's because those changes were done before the installation of MK, and, probably, they are deeply hide in your system now.
So, I strongly recommend you to have your computer serviced.
(question about local service)
(transfer the session in next 10 minutes)
Losing is part of life it is how you deal with a loss that can either desolate you,
or amend as an individual. The easy part is losing, accepting a loss is hard.
Throughout my life, I have won several competitions, from a basketball tournament to
a chess match, and even a spelling bee, yet I have lost twice as many. Every time I go
into a competition, I am focused on winning, an feeling victory and admiration, and not
even for a second do defeats cross my mind. My father, a well built man with the voice
of a lion and a face to match, beat into me the idea that winning is everything, at the
age of six. At that age, I absorbed everything that came out of my fatherâ€™s mouth like a
sponge. My father was very competitive, since he grew up without a father figure; he
felt the need to prove himself capable of accomplishing anything. He would enter me
in a two â€œonâ€ two basketball tournaments, sponsored by Nike, every summer. I was
scared to know what he tell if I loss, since in the past he would taunt me by calling me
loser. After losing a chess match, a game he loved to play, he raised his hand in the
air, and would have brought it down to smack me if it wasnâ€™t for people around us. My
teammate and I won the basketball tournament two consecutive years. Just before any...