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    Strange?

    What the heck happened to this place while I was away...........
    I feel like a black man in a KKK meeting here now?
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    Leppy and JM couldn't post boobies anymore so they left it would seem.

    And this place has been around as long as I've been using the internet. I'm amazed that it's held out as it has this long.

    As long as people keep posting activity could pick up someday.
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    Check my bio date, JM, Leppy, Lando and many others are well known by me.
    Been here a long time but absent recently and the place looks like a Ghost Town, especially this forum? Looks like someone at the POST OFFICE with a gun?
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    Yeah I noticed that prior to making my post. I didn't even join when this place was in it's prime and it was still way more active than this.

    Kinda sad since this was the first forum I ever joined. Sucks to see it die down as it is.
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    Bill - in theory, you're a perfect example..where you been for the last year

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    yeah, this place definitely isn't as buys as it once was

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    Well keep posting thenůMaybe we could have a class on how to correctly spell things and proper use of punctuation when posting on the internet

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    I still post as much as I can, yes a little dead but I think it will pick back up, they should make it so people can link sysopt to there facebook or myspace even bebo I know a few tech sites that did this and traffic picked up allot.
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    Maybe they could start doing reviews or news of some kind again. The last article that was written was done ages ago. I see articles about cpu prices but it's not nearly as interesting. Of coure that doesn't necessarily have anything to do with the forum but seeing an aging article about a case each visit definately wouldn't help promote traffic IMO.

    And yeah, I'd definitely link my Facebook to here if they had that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve R Jones View Post
    Bill - in theory, you're a perfect example..where you been for the last year

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    In your sister (Megapixel) and other photo forums. Since I closed my Computer store I spend little time with PC's.
    No disrespect, just have very few problems with PC's relative to before. Now I only work on mine, relatives and friends PC's.
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    We don't have the Manpower we once had. The whole world has downsized.

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    I still check back every now and again

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    Back in the old days Windows Millenium kept everything on a roll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baddog View Post
    Back in the old days Windows Millenium kept everything on a roll.
    "Most users ever online was 1,569, 01-15-2004 at 12:40 PM."
    Well I never really considered that, not to mention it wasn't til about then that XP became somewhat secure and not-buggy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baddog View Post
    Back in the old days Windows Millenium kept everything on a roll.
    "Most users ever online was 1,569, 01-15-2004 at 12:40 PM."
    Wasn't that about the same time that the port 135 vulnerability was first exposed?

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