As far as I know they lost.<br><br>There is something strange going on with the internet routing. I've searched online to see if there is any comment about it. No luck so far. I suspect the MC problem is something different. No one is accessing that. <br><br>MM is a different issue. That's been freaky. Max and I had a couple of days last week where we couldn't get in here yet Alec could. Where as Max and I live in the city, Alec lives in the boonies. A couple of days go by then yoyo and bird have problems but I'm fine. Who's next?<br><br>
No thanks needed, just doing my job. <br><br>Try it occasionally without the proxy. The stuck router will unstick eventually. You may notice that they may slow you up a little, a second or two on page loading is all.<br><br>
LOL. Stuff happens. With the recent weather, my first guess would be storms blow through, power goes out, lines go down. Or the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of routers out there, sometimes they break.<br><br>No conspiracy.<br>
Ummm... the stuff about corporations concerns a bill that was submitted to Congress, not a conspiracy. I don't know how they voted. Do you? Oh... obviously you don't know. You thought it was a conspiracy! Geez, reboot. Why is everything a conspiracy with you? <br><br><br>Shooshie<br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:green]Pictures and things</font color=green>
I have the reverse happening to me at MC. I can't post at MC from my work machine. I can post from home OK just not from work. I thought it had something to do with the Watchguard firewall software we use here. I rarely post at MC anyway so it wasn't a big loss so I just accepted it and moved on. I wonder if a proxy server would work for that? Like I need to spend work time posting at MC...wait I'm on the clock now...back to work.<br><br>
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