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Old 06-19-2014, 03:07 PM
Killswitch Killswitch is offline
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Brace up, Wolf. Use that killer instinct. You're one of the strongest Hardware oriented Members I've seen in a long time. We are the leading edge of anything close to compromising the best interests (greed) the Provider relies on to maintain its status quo. When I saw that Post describing the mechanics of Scientific Atlanta STB's, I thought that you were close to a Design Engineer. You're close to Inner Circle status. The only thing preventing you from being inside the Circle is an Attitude. Maybe a new pair of Jeans will work.
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Old 06-19-2014, 04:43 PM
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Brace up, Wolf. ...The only thing preventing you from being inside the Circle is an Attitude. Maybe a new pair of Jeans will work.
Ha, Ha, you are making me laugh always although I am in no situation to laugh right now, you know very well why. Anyway, I am a hardware person, very familiar with the STB's hardware and have always had available all the tools to make these boxes to work yet not very skilled with the tricks from the Inner Circle, LOL
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