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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    What!? So you can't put x's in posts now? Ridiculous. I know dozens of people who end their text messages, emails, tweets etc with X. It doesn't mean anything.
    thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    What!? So you can't put x's in posts now? Ridiculous. I know dozens of people who end their text messages, emails, tweets etc with X. It doesn't mean anything.
    Totally agree... nothing wrong with that at all!

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    Erm... ok... just a thought but that whole thread was a bit of fun so talk of professionalism, etc... does seem just a teensy bit moot really.

    Can I just note that as per the other discussion re: "the line"... If I'd been in any of my primaries it'd have been a bit embarrassing if something we know to be a bit of fun was on screen when a loud voiced child asked "Why is he writing about getting wet and car bodies Miss?! " because you didn't notice them looking over your shoulder.

    BUT, before anyone jumps on my back and starts stabbing frantically away... It is also our responsibility not to be reading anything in the Red door forum out in the open anyway... Really the professionalism thing could be pointed more in our direction (the reader/user) at this point...


    Anyway, just a thought or three and perhaps let James rethink and retract a little. Besides that, let's not take things toooo personally.. Now big hug... that's it... Oi! stop groping, that's my a*se!

    Besides I missed the ruddy picture so why should you lot have all the fun... *grumble* *fart* *mutter*...


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    lol... i say i have not denied i overstepped the mark myself so i appoligise for that. i was whipped back into shape by the other mod's lol who made me re-think about what i was agreeing with lol!

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    Right server load, can you post next time you notice it Synack as there is nothing in the logs so far but if I get an idea when I will manually monitor the server.
    I have tweaked it again as I was meaning to increase the limits anyway as the server is under taxed right now.

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    Cool thanks, will do. It is usually for quite short periods comparitivly - 30minutes to an hour. I'll record when it happens again and try to get in contact.

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    Server appeared to drop out completely for about 5 minutes at 0405 GMT+12 27/01/2010.



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