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How to liquidate a Biscit

Paulplex

ISP Rep
Appologies to dialup users for this one - I'm going to redo it as a flash movie I think since it is such a large animated GIF:

liquidation_anim.gif

...it didn't taste especially nice despite being made of my two favourite ingredients: tea and rich tea biccies :laugh:

Now I should get back to my work...
 

JaXanim

Casual Member
Paul, you should apply for a job with Steven Spielberg!
However, there's a fundamental error in your liquidation logic....
Always remove the teabag before adding the milk!

JaX
 

Paulplex

ISP Rep
Paul, you should apply for a job with Steven Spielberg!
However, there's a fundamental error in your liquidation logic....
Always remove the teabag before adding the milk!

JaX
Do you think thats what the liquidators have done and thus why such a bad taste is left in all the customers mouths?:hrmph:
 

Mel

ULTIMATE Member
Those Biscits didn't absorb the Tea very well.

By the way there's only one Tea in H Pathogen, er I mean Hugh Paterson.
 

JaXanim

Casual Member
- - - - By the way there's only one Tea in H Pathogen, er I mean Hugh Paterson.

If you rearrange Hugh Paterson - - - you would do alot of people a favour!

No, what I meant to say is if you rearrange 'Hugh Paterson' you get:

'Huge, sharp, not!'​

However, if it's 'Hugh Patterson' it gives us:

'Phase, hot grunt!'​

Either will do.

TC
 

Mel

ULTIMATE Member
I prefer Pathogen rush (pathogen: an agent causing disease. seems quite apt)

Nathan Relevy is an anagram of Heavy Lantern :shrug: I'm sure you could do better.


I wonder if they'll end up in hot water?
 

Paulplex

ISP Rep
Annoyingly, I didn't have it to hand: if I do make a video 'how-to', I'll try to ensure I have it clean and in the house to use :laugh:
 

Smoothound

ULTIMATE Member
Paul the reason why it didn't taste very nice is that you didn't add the special ingredient "pancake mix".
 

Paulplex

ISP Rep
Problems seeing some websites, Biscit/V21 customers?

I think that Fast4 - and some of the other rivals of Biscit - are blocked from view if you are on a Biscit or V21 connection.

If you find you are unable to see websites on your Biscit/V21 connection, possibly using a third party proxy may help, depending on how Biscit have decided to block traffic on the network. Take a look at http://www.freewebproxylist.com/ for a list of alternative proxy addresses you could use. Please note that proxys aren't always available, so if you find one that doesn't work, go through and change to another.

If you're unsure how to change the proxy server on Firefox:

1. Goto Tools -> Options...
2. Select the Advanced tab and click the Settings... button
3. Check the Manual Proxy Configuration box and enter the HTTP proxy and port of the proxy you want to use
4. Press OK to commit changes.

If you're unsure how to change the proxy server on Internet Explorer: (IE 5 / 5.5)

1. Go to the 'Tools' menu.
2. Select 'Internet Options'.
3. Click on the 'Connections' tab.
4. In the dial-up settings window select the connection you use to get on the internet by clicking it and then click on the 'Settings' button.
5. Check the box marked 'Use a proxy server'.
6. Enter the address and port in the boxes.
7. Click 'OK'.
8. Click 'OK' again.


If you're unsure how to change the proxy server on Internet Explorer: (IE 6)

1. Go to the 'Tools' menu.
2. Select 'Internet Options'.
3. Click on the 'Connections' tab.
4. In the dial-up settings window select the connection you use to get on the internet by clicking it and then click on the 'Settings' button.
5. Check the box marked 'Use a proxy server for this connection.' (These settings will not apply to other connections.)
6. Enter the address and port in the boxes.
7. Click 'OK'.
8. Click 'OK' again.

...hope that helps V21/Biscit customers in their bid for escape!

Don't want to double post but I answered a query on the Fast4 thread about why some sites aren't currently available to Biscit or V21 customers - basically, Biscit seem to be blocking access to some of their rivals (including Fast4).

If you think you should be able to see more on your Biscit connection, above are the instructions for changing your proxy settings so you can (with any luck!)
 
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