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Unread post by bannination » Fri Nov 09, 2012 7:43 am

Updated first post with info

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Unread post by Stinger » Fri Nov 09, 2012 7:57 am

bannination wrote:Updated first post with info
Wow. I was thanking you for your extra efforts, but I had no idea.

I am now genuflecting in a northerly direction.

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Unread post by Guest » Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:16 am

bannination wrote:.000webhost.com and hosting24.com Review Suspended or blocked account without warning.

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What you get for dealing with someone named 'Peter'.

You should have known he'd be a real dick.

He violated your Rule #1.

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Unread post by neoplacebo » Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:20 am

Bungalow Bill wrote:Talk about bad timing. I though maybe one of the nutters went wild and got the site
shut down. I've been to a lot of the right wing sites and they are foaming, and you
just know that one of the reasons given for Mittman's loss was He wasn't conservative
enough!!!! I have yet to get over to free republic. Can't wait to see the bloodshed.
Four more long years. :lol:
Me, too. My initial thought was that a rabid wingnutter with tech savvy sabotaged our site just for spite. Sorry to be so suspicious....and kudos as always to Banni.

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Unread post by Colonel Taylor » Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:25 am

What a pain in the rump! I have been having a hard time even getting here. I have been redirected to the above address whenever I try log in, if I get this far. Twice mid signing in I was directed to the error page.

Banni if you need some $ for a pay sight let us know and some of us may be able to hook you up if that would be easier or more reliable.

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Unread post by bannination » Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:54 am

Colonel Taylor wrote:What a pain in the rump! I have been having a hard time even getting here. I have been redirected to the above address whenever I try log in, if I get this far. Twice mid signing in I was directed to the error page.

Banni if you need some $ for a pay sight let us know and some of us may be able to hook you up if that would be easier or more reliable.

We're on paid hosting now, we're good. Thanks for the offer though. Any remaining problems should clear up with time. Clearing your cookies, cache, etc may help. Whatever ISP you're using is probably taking it's sweet time updating it's DNS.

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Unread post by k9nanny » Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:19 am

Most of the techno talk is way over my head, and that only increases my gratitude for your efforts, banni. Many thanks.
Looking forward to free time today to check out the right-wing weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth.
Se Non Ora, Quando?

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Unread post by rstrong » Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:53 am

k9nanny wrote:Looking forward to free time today to check out the right-wing weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth.
I'm sure that Limbaugh, Beck and the rest are happy as pigs in.... Fox News. They dodged a bullet.

Their business is based on impotent right-wing rage at the gub'mint, and they have to pipe down when the Republicans ARE the gub'mint. Which is why Fox News came down hard on any candidate in the Republican primaries that sounded reasonable or sane. An Obama win is good for their pocket books.

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Unread post by Guest » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:44 pm

bannination wrote:Definitely don't use hville.hostzi.com anymore as it won't redirect. Try clearing your cookies, or maybe just "clearing board cookies".
I have no problem using hville.hostzi.com or blueridgedebate.com to get in. Typing either address gets me right in.
I've even created a shortcut on my desktop using both addresses.

Maybe y'all need to clean out some of the bulls**t that piled up in your computers during the break; you all seem to have a vast supply to sling around. The momentary break didn't help, back to business; as usual.

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Unread post by Guest » Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:30 pm

Update at 2:30PM. I can no longer log in at hville.hostzi.com.

Banni, you need to set the correct time from DST.

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Unread post by Bungalow Bill » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:45 pm

Yeah, the way some of the nutjobs were going on about Obama, I was a little suspicious.

Good job, Banni. I mean it man. I still find myself typing in blueridgenow quite often.
Habits are hard to break.

I think we can set the correct time from our user control panel.

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Unread post by rstrong » Fri Nov 09, 2012 4:21 pm

Bungalow Bill wrote:Yeah, the way some of the nutjobs were going on about Obama, I was a little suspicious.

Good job, Banni. I mean it man. I still find myself typing in blueridgenow quite often.
Hands up, whoever here used their BlueRidgeNow password for BlueRidgeDebate!

It would mean that the demonstrably Republican-leaning folks running BlueRidgeNow, also have your passwords for this site.

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Unread post by k9nanny » Fri Nov 09, 2012 5:55 pm

rstrong wrote:
k9nanny wrote:Looking forward to free time today to check out the right-wing weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth.
I'm sure that Limbaugh, Beck and the rest are happy as pigs in.... Fox News. They dodged a bullet.

Their business is based on impotent right-wing rage at the gub'mint, and they have to pipe down when the Republicans ARE the gub'mint. Which is why Fox News came down hard on any candidate in the Republican primaries that sounded reasonable or sane. An Obama win is good for their pocket books.
You are correct, as usual. Had Romney won, the Grand Impotentate would have had to work harder for his material.
However, I was referring to run-of-the-mill nutters, like my nephew, who has said nothing as of yet. (His silence is quite telling.)
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Unread post by mike » Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:36 pm

Guest wrote:Banni, you need to set the correct time from DST.
You should set that yourself in the User Control Panel under Board Preferences.
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Unread post by JTA » Fri Nov 09, 2012 9:58 pm

I use 000webhost for several websites :(
You aren't doing it wrong if no one knows what you are doing.

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Unread post by mike » Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:27 am

JTA wrote:I use 000webhost for several websites :(
Ouch. Any issues?

Which ones?

Put up or shut up, JTA.
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Unread post by JTA » Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:30 am

mike wrote:
JTA wrote:I use 000webhost for several websites :(
Ouch. Any issues?

Which ones?

Put up or shut up, JTA.
Nope no issues thus far.

What would you like me to put up?
You aren't doing it wrong if no one knows what you are doing.

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Unread post by mike » Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:32 am

JTA wrote:What would you like me to put up?
JTA wrote:I use 000webhost for several websites :(
The sites ... should be interesting. Image
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Unread post by Guest » Sat Nov 10, 2012 7:54 am

mike wrote:
Guest wrote:Banni, you need to set the correct time from DST.
Bungalow Bill wrote:I think we can set the correct time from our user control panel.
You should set that yourself in the User Control Panel under Board Preferences.
Thanks guys, but I was aware of that and have done so.

When you first bring up this site and you've not logged in yet, the time shown on posts is still in DST, hence my suggestion to Bannination.

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Unread post by JTA » Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:31 am

Vrede wrote:I'm in using Tor right now. With Firefox I get:

"Welcome to blueridgedebate.com This domain was recently registered at namecheap.com. Following is a message from the owner of this domain.
We're coming back! Host is holding data hostage, but I do have a fairly recent backup.More info as I get it..."

I've cleared cookies and cache and even reset Firefox. Ideas?
Caching issue.
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