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11 posts • joined 6 Jul 2009
I may finally be able to get the three letter domain that I have always wanted for myself that has previoulsy been camped on all the other TLDs.
Then I'm going to use it to write to my MP ... and then call him the fool for effectively blocking me as a constituent if he by default blocak everything and anything to do with the .xxx tld.
Imagine all the things you can do and prove to have sent, to your tax office, your doctor, your PM, your kids teachers etc etc ... that will never get there ... through no fault of your own.
You did remember to purchase the 32GB iPhone, didn't you? You then have room for all your mail that you signed away to belong to Google, as well as all the music that belongs to someone else that you never paid for, and all the pr0n that doesn't belong in a device you can secretly take to the toilet...
Mines the one with the iPhone in the pocket, ready to go to the toilet.
Oh please dear god bring back Videotron... I had that back in the day before it got Mercury'd and then NTL'd and now Virgin'd ... You could dial all your mates in town for free and link through to the real internet for nowt... and yes they culled forests the size of Scandinavia to produce their bills that charged me nothing for al lthe free calls I made within their network.
The Lusers and sysadmins having all the nightmares are the ones running an old engine. So old that it's actually 2 versions too old. That's like compalining when your seatbelt pre-tensioners and airbag fail to work when you've ignored both recall notices saying that they must be replaced or you're going to go through the windscreen when you have an accident.
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