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  • #16
    And you got screwed both ways...

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    • #17
      2 words. Backup and archive.

      I don't buy it.
      The Bone.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Lancer
        2 words. Backup and archive.

        I don't buy it.
        Please don't go off topic. We were talking about the remarkable Oxford-specific currency arbitrage opportunity after the substantial devaluation of the dollar in other world markets.

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        • #19
          Once is circumstance.

          Twice is coincidence

          Three times is enemy action. Ian Fleming

          If a story doesn't hang together, there's probably a reason.
          Ad Astera
          "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt." Abraham Lincoln

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          • #20
            Originally posted by winglets
            Once is circumstance.

            Twice is coincidence

            Three times is enemy action. Ian Fleming

            If a story doesn't hang together, there's probably a reason.
            Look, just because INH shafted me more than three times that doesn't mean she's my enemy....

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Shorrick Mk2
              Look, just because INH shafted me more than three times that doesn't mean she's my enemy....
              Did she kiss you first?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Robert Hilton
                Did she kiss you first?
                Do I look like kiss and tell

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Shorrick Mk2
                  Do I look like kiss and tell
                  Ein Gentleman geniesst und schweigt.
                  warning: this post may contain traces of irony.

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                  • #24
                    oi, you lot - knock it off!
                    Asylum seeker
                    AD.com refugee since 18/01/2008

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by ~InsertNameHere~
                      I'm translating for those that haven't yet discovered that there's a world outside the US borders
                      (plus my clients often pay me in dollars)
                      Do you accept South African Rand, INH? Pretty lousy currency but it has hold up against Sterling for the past few years.
                      warning: this post may contain traces of irony.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by el1
                        Do you accept South African Rand, INH? Pretty lousy currency but it has hold up against Sterling for the past few years.
                        nah, I don't get out of bed (or should that be "in bed"?) for anything other than euros these days
                        Asylum seeker
                        AD.com refugee since 18/01/2008

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by ~InsertNameHere~
                          nah, I don't get out of bed (or should that be "in bed"?) for anything other than euros these days
                          A pitty, they do make a nice wallpaper, though.

                          Amex Platinum, how does that sound?
                          warning: this post may contain traces of irony.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by AndyToop
                            -snip- AD Wasnt, so there isnt another server to go and get the data from.-snip-
                            Half true: I mentioned wayback machine before. As nobody jumped on it, here a link, many front pages there (incl links ans ads), up to JUL 2007 (not mil av, only to MAR 2007).

                            Check it out for yourself:

                            http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.airdisaster.com

                            Its not all, but it would be a start.

                            My 2c,

                            Rattler
                            AD.info? Rings a bell somehow...

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by einesellesenie
                              Well, apparently, he made his mind: I am humbly asking him to reconsider.-snip- Not being rich (or anywhere close to it, unfortunately) I would not be able to fund it all by myself but I'd surely be willing to financially support a serious recovery operation with *some* money.

                              I can only do so much: I wish what I could do would show the great amount of appreciation I have for what I've learned from the AD.com folks.

                              And, I'm not bashing JP's forum: I'm sure it is a nice place to learn as well...
                              Concur, count me in with $100.

                              Actually, thats the first thing I PMmed Chris in the morning (here) after the failure, havent yet heard back.

                              Rattler
                              AD.info? Rings a bell somehow...

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by el1
                                A pitty, they do make a nice wallpaper, though.

                                Amex Platinum, how does that sound?
                                Sorry, only Amex black


                                As for file recovery - yeah, I'd be very very surprised if it wasn't possible. I once had a bit of a hard drive disater and then managed to wipe my back-up drive whilst trying to restore the system *ahem*, but a professional still managed to get all but the largest files (which consisted of too many fragments) back.
                                Asylum seeker
                                AD.com refugee since 18/01/2008

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