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    Elite Member rekees4300's Avatar
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    Default Re: TBN getting worse

    Quote Originally Posted by JDgreen227 View Post
    I get the feeling sometimes that because I have been so outspoken in the past about shortcomings I am being intentionally shunted off.
    The odds that you are being targeted by TBN because you have been a bad boy are about the same odds as hitting the Powerball lottery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rekees4300 View Post
    The odds that you are being targeted by TBN because you have been a bad boy are about the same odds as hitting the Powerball lottery.
    Actually, the odds of winning the lottery are probably better.

    Aaron Z
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    Default Re: TBN getting worse

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    The problems Muhammad was talking about were capacity related (ie: "this page is unavailable" errors and sloooooooow page loads) not people getting logged off (which sounds more like a computer issue than a site issue).

    Aaron Z
    Sounds like he may have another issue.......I can tell you I don't experience the same problems with other forums.
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    Bill - think Firefox for a browser...I never have any problems...just a thought..
    Bob

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    I have a laptop,desktop, iPad and android cellphone. Use all of them to read TBN and never have a problem. Stays logged in with all 4 also.
    Phil. from Mass.
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    Default Re: TBN getting worse

    I haven't seen slowness for quite awhile and I rarely have to log on. I prefer firefox and have no complaints. Is it at a certain time of day? I don't know where this site is hosted, IP lookup mentions Chicago, maybe your route there is really crappy.
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    Default Re: TBN getting worse

    I had a problem with a different site and it was my wireless router that was the problem. Yes, the TBN is s-l-o-w at times but your problem seems like there may be a contributing factor such as the router or connection. Just a thought.
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    Default Re: TBN getting worse

    your problem may have something to do with your DNS server...there are public DNS servers you can use and see if it makes a difference...

    Google it if you're unfamiliar with "Domain Name Servers" and how they work...
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    It is getting worse. I do not need any advice on how to deal with it. But it is getting worse.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    No problem here... Verizon cable.

    How you guys hooked up ?
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