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    torture, rape and dying might be bad, but we all know what would be worse..., 2007-06-16 11:03:40 | Main | something to read while you calm down..., 2007-07-11 13:02:24

    1&1 is teh sux:

    after three weeks of being successively dicked around and then tea bagged by my very lame domain registrar 1and1.com, I have finally been given it back. They have a very peculiar bureaucratic policy in which every four business days they tell you your domain will be restored in 1-3 business days. Last Friday they finally told me that they would never give it back ("Why not?" I asked. "We don't know" they replied, knowingly) and early the next business day it was back in my name.

    We now have a 10 year contract out on flagrancy.org (1and1 refuses to offer multi-year contracts, insisting on this annual auto-renewal process) and expect further .net downtime in 60 days when we try to transfer flagrancy.net to anybody else.

    update: Vague Idea Property squatting zombie squirrels operate on 1-3 day business schedules, rest assured it will rise again to dessicate past and future vague ideas. I don't remember what I meant by 'flagrancy to reason' any longer. Such is bullocks.

    Now where was I... Moving between jobs and apartments? Eating manwich? Is a sandwich just a sandwich? Reading some awful book about the AK-47? Oh yeah. Did I write all this stuff? Oh dear. What a lot of... What the hell is that? No, not that, that, that's been fixed. I forget my object in life. I bet I have a nice bag of pretzels someplace.


:: posted by buermann @ 2007-07-09 11:56:41 CST | link


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      You're back! But you know that. I missed you. Thanks for the heads up on 1and1.

    posted by Scruggs @ 2007-07-09 19:41:50 | link

      Ahh, I missed you also, thanks. Now I must stomach the intestinal fortitude to spill squirrel entrails upon the elbow blood soaked concrete of the intertubes. All I ever asked for was my own little bit of Nowhere, AK to build a bridge to, earmarking legacy costs at no additional expense to the taxpayer, by beaver or be damned.

    posted by buermann @ 2007-07-10 01:00:43 | link

      hey man good to see you back on here--i had no idea what was going on with the world of you...in the meantime someone posted a ridiculously rad video of John Fahey on 'guitar guitar' from 1969 on the youtubes. check it out...a lesson in itself and maybe the greatest line of all 'it's a guitar, not an ashtray'. stay well and did you move?

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=lP3hY8HQFSE

    posted by spar @ 2007-07-11 11:46:16 | link

      I've had that on VHS for years, funny shit.

      The cool fahey crap on youtube is this '78 concert in Hamburg, helped me figure out a few tunes I'd never played before:

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=OAdmDyUAESs

      And yeah, moved up closer to the boys, nice joint, you outta come around and visit. It's summer in chicago.

    posted by buermann @ 2007-07-11 13:35:26 | link

      welcome back, mr. buermann. i had a hunch you were in some kind of power struggle with domain master. best of luck finding a new home.

    posted by Diane @ 2007-08-04 22:33:15 | link




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