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Old 01-10-2008, 02:24 PM
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Default The reason the server migration thread was relevant.

The server migration thread was frozen because it was no longer relevant? Fishinghour, the thread was relevant because a few of us think it takes too long to post around here.

My suspicion is you get people to multiple click and bump up your numbers, but that's just a hunch.

BTW, when threads are no longer relevant, people quit posting on them. Otherwise, they are obviously relevant. Perhaps you should write "This thread is being frozen because I am all powerful and determine it to be detrimental to me keeping my job." Which would make you irrelevant.
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Old 01-10-2008, 02:36 PM
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BIGnUGLY - 1/10/2008 2:24 PM

when threads are no longer relevant, people quit posting on them. Otherwise, they are obviously relevant. Perhaps you should write "This thread is being frozen because I am all powerful and determine it to be detrimental to me keeping my job." Which would make you irrelevant.
It might be added that threads seem to get locked up pretty quick when it turns to be a bit critical of IB or the Mods also...
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Old 01-10-2008, 02:50 PM
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Stop complaining.
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:00 PM
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It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
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FishingHour - 1/10/2008 6:00 PM

It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Thanks so much for letting us know what to think.

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Old 01-10-2008, 03:10 PM
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No. Stop complaining.
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It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Thanks so much for letting us know what to think.

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Old 01-10-2008, 03:14 PM
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It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Thanks so much for letting us know what to think.

Can I go to the bathroom now?
Do you really need to?
Right about now a good dump would be more fun than this.
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It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Thanks so much for letting us know what to think.

Can I go to the bathroom now?
Do you really need to?
Right about now a good dump would be more fun than this.
Yet here you are.
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:19 PM
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FishingHour - 1/10/2008 6:16 PM

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It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Thanks so much for letting us know what to think.

Can I go to the bathroom now?
Do you really need to?
Right about now a good dump would be more fun than this.
Yet here you are.
Exchanging one liners with a 16 year old. Please, someone shoot me.
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:20 PM
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Yep, our good times are getting owned like this duck.............................................. ......................



Or could we be the first rat to the cheese............................................ ..........................................

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Old 01-10-2008, 03:21 PM
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There, now that was fun....So, it can be closed out and lets start some more fun..


See, interaction of management and we worker types....
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:27 PM
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Is that rat humping the dead rat?
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:33 PM
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FishingHour - 1/10/2008 6:27 PM

Is that rat humping the dead rat?
Talk about lobbing up a softball.

Anybody else want to take this one????
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FishingHour - 1/10/2008 6:00 PM

It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Could I get a large sweet tea to wash down that load of crap?
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CJS - 1/10/2008 3:33 PM

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Is that rat humping the dead rat?
Talk about lobbing up a softball.

Anybody else want to take this one????
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FishingHour - 1/10/2008 6:00 PM

It wasn't relevant. There is no server migration going on so it's misleading to have that thread continue.

The reason pages are taking so long to download and why messages take forever to post up is because of the software this site is using. We are going to run a test version of THT on a different software this weekend and see how that looks. If all goes well, we're going to transfer the site on that, and things will run smoothly.

And Cracker, the only time threads that are critical of IB or the Mods get locked up is when there are 10 threads, all saying the same thing, all made within 5 seconds of each other.
Could I get a large sweet tea to wash down that load of crap?


And that is why I usually don't respond to these threads. Because it's never taken seriously. So whatever guys, have some cheese with that whine.
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FH, just tell us you're gonna butcher the site again, we'll understand.
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Isn't "whatever" one of those "Valley Girl" thaaaangs?
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CJS - 1/10/2008 3:33 PM

FishingHour - 1/10/2008 6:27 PM

Is that rat humping the dead rat?


Anybody else want to take this one????
im gonna take one in abowt 5 minutes
i got a sereous monkey tale
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