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I just received notice from IP Board that the site will be down 1-2 hours tonight at 11 PM Eastern/8 PM Pacific. Sorry for the short notice.

 

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I'm beginning to have withdraws already!

 

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You aren't the only one. :(

 

 

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Now what will I do with the rest of my Friday night? Well, I guess there's always the DirecTV Cutting Edge (HD-DVR Test software) download to keep me occupied. All kidding aside, thanks for the notice.

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For now or they lied. I remember when I use to play an mmo it would say on the log in screen about maintenance at x time. Well close to x time either the system would say the server is restarting or the system would not say anything and the server would still be up

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In somewhat related news, any bets on if/when our member count will go back to being above the NV Sites Complete count? I mean, being able to call a site my very own is nice, but we obviously need more members :P

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In somewhat related news, any bets on if/when our member count will go back to being above the NV Sites Complete count? I mean, being able to call a site my very own is nice, but we obviously need more members :P

 

We all are on the same site. Thats why are speeds are so slow

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