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Seen that Futurama episode where the Prof comes in and says "Good news everyone! Back in the 20th century, Fry logged onto AOL and the 'Welcome' screen has just come up"?

So it's not just me, then. AOL has made me a practically non-participant onliner. As a Sky TV subscriber, I can have much the same as AOLs boggo broadband from Sky at no cost whatsoever so I shall finally pull my finger (and their Netgear) out and save my 15 quid a month for something useful.

Any other ISP slagoffs welcome here.

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Knock it all on the head Bass, do a Keith moon with the Sky digi-box, and stick 2 fingers up to their broadband, come over to BT, the water is lovely and warm over here, the grass is always green, and there is always a lovely bevy of fair young maidens ready to massage away that horrible Broadband experience you have been getting.

Why the hell do you want to give your money to a power crazed Ozzie anyway? haven't you seen the Omen? Thorn Industries?? = Fox = Sky = News international?

BT are just a phone call away......... here come the excuses!!

lee_UK wrote:

Never seen that combo before!

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