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Axiom withdrawls
#332723 12/29/10 03:42 AM
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Anyone else tried the axiom page like 5 or more times only to be let down?

This website thing going down sucks for us forum addicts... hope it isn't impacting sales!


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Re: Axiom withdrawls
terzaghi #332801 12/30/10 05:26 AM
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I made a reply early this morning and it got hung up when I hit submit, and then the site didn't want to work for the rest of the morning.


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Re: Axiom withdrawls
St_PatGuy #332810 12/30/10 11:11 AM
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So YOU'RE the one messin' stuff up?


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Re: Axiom withdrawls
MarkSJohnson #332813 12/30/10 12:17 PM
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Somebody mentioned something in another thread about clearing out the browser history every so often?

I must be one of the fortunate souls who is not experiencing the multitude of problems with the site but I do notice every so often it will get slow to react and clearing out the browser history at that time seems to help reignite the booster rockets.

And from my own experience with the bitter cold temps we've had in south Florida lately a little part of my brain can't help but to wonder if the winter weather in Canada is playing a role in this mess at the moment. laugh



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RickF #332857 12/30/10 07:27 PM
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The site had been a little sluggish for a few days, however, no trouble recently and I only live three hours away, by car, from the Axiom office. I am sitting in the sunshine as we speak. Other than a few select locations, the snow on the East coast of the US didn't affect us at all.

Just for the record, any snow we get of any consequence around here, usually originates from storms that start in the US Midwest.


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