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Old 01-08-2004, 09:58 PM   #1
itsjustme
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hehehe.. giggle... blink.. zoom....


Man... I'm back to DSL!! And I have wireless G....

It's only a 512K connection... but, hey, winamp 5.0 streaming radio is cool... (oops, sorry, that's on my w2k machine... and, no, I didn't watch the porn tv... )

Ok, the thread title comes from the bitburger, I reckon.

All I need now is a smoothwall router with more than 48M memory!
The 486-100Mhz, 48M, 240MB HD seems to be overtaxed now...
I almost sacrificed my slackware machine to smoothwall so I could 'super' webcam and voice on yahoo messenger to a friend in pennsylvania!!

I came to my senses before I committed that sin... thank goodness..
 
  


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