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Thread Problems on connect to www.elevatesoft.com
Mon, Jul 23 2007 11:06 AMPermanent Link

"Stefano Monterisi"
Hi Tim,
I have problems on connect to www.elevatesoft.com from Italy
It is very very slow.....
Have you problems on web server?

Thanks,
Stefano Monterisi

Mon, Jul 23 2007 2:34 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Stefano,

<< I have problems on connect to www.elevatesoft.com from Italy It is very
very slow.....
Have you problems on web server? >>

Not that I can see.  Everything seems to be in order.

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Mon, Jul 23 2007 3:27 PMPermanent Link

Eryk Bottomley
Stefano,

> I have problems on connect to www.elevatesoft.com from Italy
> It is very very slow.....
> Have you problems on web server?


Seems to be working fine from here (London).

Eryk
Mon, Jul 23 2007 4:19 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Eryk,

<< Seems to be working fine from here (London). >>

Thanks.

That (London) reminds me of a comment I made the other day to Sam regarding
a mellow temperament and those from the UK.   I said that actually having
bombs dropped on you for long periods of time, or personally knowing those
that did, probably tends to make other negative aspects of life seem pretty
trivial. Smiley

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Mon, Jul 23 2007 5:51 PMPermanent Link

Eryk Bottomley
Tim,

> That (London) reminds me of a comment I made the other day to Sam regarding
> a mellow temperament and those from the UK.   I said that actually having
> bombs dropped on you for long periods of time, or personally knowing those
> that did, probably tends to make other negative aspects of life seem pretty
> trivial. Smiley


Well, I'm too young for "dropped" part myself ...but we had 30 odd years
of Fenians after that and I remember them all too well. They came within
1000m and 15 minutes of turning me into hamburger twice Wink


Eryk

Mon, Jul 23 2007 6:22 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Eryk,

<< Well, I'm too young for "dropped" part myself ...but we had 30 odd years
of Fenians after that and I remember them all too well. They came within
1000m and 15 minutes of turning me into hamburger twice Wink>>

Well, let me just say that I don't wish to get into the middle of *that*
argument.

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Mon, Jul 23 2007 7:22 PMPermanent Link

"Darren Davis"
"Eryk Bottomley" <no@way.com> wrote in message
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>
> Well, I'm too young for "dropped" part myself ...but we had 30 odd years
> of Fenians after that and I remember them all too well. They came within
> 1000m and 15 minutes of turning me into hamburger twice Wink
>
Personally I think Fenian is far too a broad term to be used in that
context, as its generally used in Northern Ireland as a derogatory term
towards Irish Catholics (whether nationalist or not - north or south), the
vast majority of which would not support nor ever have anything to do with
the IRA or subsequent splinter factions etc.

D.

Mon, Jul 23 2007 7:23 PMPermanent Link

Jon Lloyd Duerdoth
I was there and I remember!  Of course I was very young Smile
As a young person I accepted it as "normal" i.e. getting up every
night to move down into the bomb shelter.

Jon

Tim Young [Elevate Software] wrote:
> Eryk,
>
> << Seems to be working fine from here (London). >>
>
> Thanks.
>
> That (London) reminds me of a comment I made the other day to Sam regarding
> a mellow temperament and those from the UK.   I said that actually having
> bombs dropped on you for long periods of time, or personally knowing those
> that did, probably tends to make other negative aspects of life seem pretty
> trivial. Smiley
>
Mon, Jul 23 2007 8:32 PMPermanent Link

Eryk Bottomley
Tim,

> << Well, I'm too young for "dropped" part myself ...but we had 30 odd years
> of Fenians after that and I remember them all too well. They came within
> 1000m and 15 minutes of turning me into hamburger twice Wink>>
>
> Well, let me just say that I don't wish to get into the middle of *that*
> argument.


Good call. Getting in the middle of 6lbs of semtex surrounded by a
couple of hundred 6 inch nails could ruin your whole day Wink

Eryk
Mon, Jul 23 2007 8:44 PMPermanent Link

Eryk Bottomley
Darren,

> Personally I think Fenian is far too a broad term to be used in that
> context, as its generally used in Northern Ireland as a derogatory term
> towards Irish Catholics (whether nationalist or not - north or south),

I am from Scotland and that term (to me) is political, not religious.
The fact that most Irish Nationalists happen to be Catholic is
incidental - just as it is incidental that most Indian Nationalists
are/were Hindu.


> vast majority of which would not support nor ever have anything to do with
> the IRA or subsequent splinter factions etc.

Like I said, it has nothing to do with religion. It is a corruption of a
Gaelic word (Fian) which refers to robbers, bandits, brigands and
"uncivilised elements" in general (the latter being a Scots Gaelic
implication that may not exist in Irish).

Eryk
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