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    You were in charge of refreshments, MadDoctor. You don't remember?



    Happy Birthday, Speedguide. Another 19 years sounds reasonable.

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    I came here for cable modem uncapping lol. here I am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarahnn View Post
    You were in charge of refreshments, MadDoctor. You don't remember?
    Then it's true! I was drugged!!!!
    People will forget what you said... and people will forget what you did... but people will never forget how you made them feel.

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    happy birthday [SG]

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    Happy Birthday! Let`s have a party!

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    Hi Immy!

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    How could you YOSC.
    I still have nightmares of driving BMEDs Big Ass Van, with a bunch of drunk SGers.

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    I needed help setting up my new Netgear RT314 on my first broadband connection and found this place via search engine. I got some really good help in the networking forums and started hanging out on the forums a lot afterwards just soaking up the knowledge that was being shared here. I was early in my IT career, working ridiculous hours deep in the IT trenches that blessed me with diverse exposure to lots of fun toys and applications, etc.. so combining my growing work experience with things I picked up here on the forums along the way, I was eventually able to return the favor and help others here just like those who helped me before.

    Then I started posting on the general forum more... got to meet some SGers in person. Somewhere in there the Battlefield 1942 days came and a fairly sizable group of us became a close family of gaming warriors on an almost nightly basis. Those BF/DC nights were some of the most fun nights ever spent at home drinking beer and yelling at my monitor with headphones on until my wife would come beat on (or throw a shoe at) my home-office door at 2am to tell me to STFU and come to bed.
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    Wow 19 years! Doesn't seem that long ago. Amazing! Congrats Philip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaLa View Post
    How could you YOSC.
    I still have nightmares of driving BMEDs Big Ass Van, with a bunch of drunk SGers.
    Ahh yes....and..there was 1x more, he was a skinny dude.
    You still driving OTR?
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    Forgot earlier..
    Happy Birthday SG!!
    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    Ahh yes....and..there was 1x more, he was a skinny dude.
    You still driving OTR?
    Yep for now, will likely do something local within a year or so.

    Wanted to say AAFStriker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaLa View Post
    Forgot earlier..
    Wanted to say AAFStriker?
    Bingo!
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    This site was THE PLATFORM for internet speed and anything computer related.
    I lived here
    It was awesome!

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    And to think I joined 1 year after and am still coming along, happy birthday ME?? haha
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    Just started my colllege computer deploma at 19 years old when this site went live.....
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    We're legal to drink in most countries outside of the US now

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    Happy belated Birthday Speedguide.net !
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    Yes, Happy belated Birthday Speedguide. I finally found this thread - long story but I managed to log in under my original profile but it would not let me post. It said I was restricted under my old name reeo. I knew it had been a few years
    since my last visit. What I did not realize my join date was 6 or 7th month of 2001. I remember many of you, got rid of dial up and finally those junk floppy's lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RodE View Post
    Yes, Happy belated Birthday Speedguide. I finally found this thread - long story but I managed to log in under my original profile but it would not let me post. It said I was restricted under my old name reeo. I knew it had been a few years
    since my last visit. What I did not realize my join date was 6 or 7th month of 2001. I remember many of you, got rid of dial up and finally those junk floppy's lol
    Welcome back..

    Updated the email on your old username, you should be able to reset your password and login.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    Cheers, thanks for the reference

    Speaking of security, we get quite a bit of traffic for the TCP/UDP ports database, we may have the most extensive one online.
    No problem Philip.. I just referenced this link: https://www.speedguide.net/faq/what-...idered-good-78
    On a very large firearms forum that I belong to, because cable ISP's came up in conversation... so I posted the link in regards to that article on the site here, in relation to SNR and Dbv levels. It's good to keep track to make sure there are normal levels DS / US. Happy New Year. - Tom
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