I'm staying at a place tonight with no high-speed Internet and no WiFi close by, so I'm on dialup. <br><br>This is, in a word, excruciating.<br><br>Still, it is better than nothing, and it is educational to see how the little people surf the Internet. <br><br>
Oh really now - let me find a big honking photo to post in this thread.<br><br>Naahhh just kidding<br>I have cable at home from day one and I have to say at work the DSL pisses me off to no ends<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Still, it is better than nothing, and it is educational to see how the little people surf the Internet.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Ah, Grasshopper. It will teach you patience and perseverance. Plus, you don't have to view all those silly movies and flash foolishness.<br><br>
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