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    hmmm... i thought it was probably cuz itil was down again, but checking at home now i can get on fine...

    at school, when i try to open itil, it just takes me to a page telling me that this site is running on apache, and that i probably shouldn't be seeing that page and should contact the webmaster.

    i'd copy the page over, but it's a touch difficult copying it when school and home give different results.

    errrm... any idea why?

    it's not a firewall or anything...
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    Ugh i was just about to post that same issue! it doesn't work at school but it works at home, just the last couple of days, just as you said.

    It's been forcing me to read BD all day and that tends to be frustrating because of it's contstant crashing.

    I guess I could just do some work between periods and at lunch time but you know ...
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    bd is blocked.

    it has forced me to study japanese for about 6 hours a day though. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacqui
    bd is blocked.

    it has forced me to study japanese for about 6 hours a day though. :P
    Yea i've been studying a bit too! maybe it's for the best.

    Probably not though.
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    or you could leave it and we would be free of mongos constant whining about AJET.
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    updeet: she's still not wekking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeCarter
    or you could leave it and we would be free of mongos constant whining about AJET.
    And where were YOU the last couple of weeks Mr Ini?

    Pig farming?
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    doing the things all 3rd year ALTs should be doing at this time of year. Fighting with immigration, getting back in contact with slutty ex students who are just turning 18, watching the 3rd grade have their PE lessons in the pool then running to the lavs for a tug. You know how it is, grass roots internationalisation.
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    Any progress on this?

    I've been studying and teaching English instead of sitting at my BOE computer doing nothing producitve and it hurts my brain.
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    oh yes. she's wekking now. :P
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    Hmmmm... I could view ITIL at work today but couldn't post for some reason. Anyone else have that problem? First time it's happened.
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    thats just divine intervention.

    Who would have thought ritually beating myself with reeds would actually pay off?
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    Iniiiiiiiiiii bend oauveeerrrrrr
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeCarter

    Who would have thought ritually beating myself off to Reeds would actually pay off?
    Oliver AND Christoper?!?!

    Sorry, George, I'm baaaaaack.
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    I have to ask, who pray tell is Christoper Reed?

    The dyslexic superman?
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    Christopher Reed is a British journalist who lives and works in Japan. You've probably read something he's written.
    http://www.counterpunch.org/reed06202006.html

    Now that I think of it, Oliver spelt it Reid, anyway.
    So, you could have had me, but you picked the wrong one.

    But I like the idea of a dyslexic superman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wicket
    Christopher Reed is a British journalist who lives and works in Japan. You've probably read something he's written.
    What have I said or done over the last year that makes you think I read anything, let alone something written by some roundeye living in Japan?
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    Um, that post. I'm a round-eye living in Japan, and you read what I wrote.
    Seriously, you're a mean bastard and you need to get your head out of your arse, but at least you're vaguely edumacated. Just occasionally it shows.
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