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03-11-2006 12:13 AM
97Z28 lol... if you want to spend $10,000/ month, you can get T3 which is what the universities use and its FAST!

i went through the same thing with my DSL, and after being on it for a few months and wished it was faster i went to my buddies house which has dial up, and just wished i was back at my computer, it was SLOW as all heck.

I think its in our minds....
03-10-2006 11:38 PM
crazy larry never fast enough.

it's a curse dammit.
03-10-2006 08:08 PM
DSL upgrade

Just got DSL up and running today..after using dial-up for 8 yrs...
The 1st 20 minutes ,or so, I was stoked...
After 30 minutes I was wishing it was faster...
I guess I must be normal?

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