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#6
<--- On AOL (sheepishly) :(

Someday will switch, but I got it when I first got into computers. The wife liked it so I kept it. I simply do all my downloading at work where we have a T1.
 

rushm001

In the beginning......
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#7
I don't know whats worse, AOL or being on BT Openworld broadband!! At least every time I connect it doesn't say "Welcome to AOL, you have email" in a cheesy voice.
 

rushm001

In the beginning......
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#8
Talking about AOL, my firewall just prevented an attack from the AOL netwok. OMG they are on to me!! Trinity Help.
 
#11
Originally posted by rushm001
I don't know whats worse, AOL or being on BT Openworld broadband!! At least every time I connect it doesn't say "Welcome to AOL, you have email" in a cheesy voice.
Ya know, you can change that voice. Mine says "Welcome Master" in a seductive female voice. :)
 

rushm001

In the beginning......
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#12
When I was on AOL a year or two ago, I reversed the connecting and disconnecting sound files.

It caused problems for some people who used my computer who got a bit confused when logging on and the software saying goodbye, and visa-versa.:D
 
#17
I have used AOL a lot, they used to supply me with endless floppy disks which were welcome. Now I use their own brand coasters, a bit big really if you ask me, but they do the job
 

SPeedY_B

I may actually be insane.
#19
Geffy, do they supply you with free DVD cases now. I've had a few off 'em, great for VCD's :D

adek, they can change the number all they want.. It's still AOL :p
 

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