Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Chilly » Tue, 04 Sep 2012 13:25:00


As I prepare to re-launch my pulic proxy, I found that
one filtering provider has Nicole's name spelt of
"Bobeck", so it looks like I am right and everyone
else is wrong. They have a category "***",
which is categorised at *** material that is
not ***ographic, and celebrities considered
to be "sex symbols" (and I must say that Nicole
does look GOOD for someone almost 37
years old, she turns 37 on December 24), which does
include a few women figure skaters.

If THEY say that her name is spelt Bobeck,
then it is spelt Bobeck. I am right, they
are right, and everyone else is wrong.

While I provide a proxy to allow people
to get internet radio from work, I do NOT
allow ***, ***, warez, or P2P
file sharing. And the "***" categories
on most filters do block them.

The new provider also has Rachael Flatt
on that list. Rachael is one of the sexiest
female skaters alive right now. They
regard her as a "sex symbol", so any
sites related to her are blocked under
the "***" category. A number of
female figure skaters have fall into
this kind of category over the years.
Elena Sokolova, Oksana Baiul,
Denise Beillmann amd Maria Butyrskaya
are among the skaters that have been
blocked under "***" categories.

And here is one thing I don't think that Terry
Hall, or is his minions at PDXISS will want to
hear. This company has the Portland Ice
Skating Society site blocked under a number
of categories.

A number of filtering providers have the
PDXISS site blocked.

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Jeanne Dougla » Tue, 04 Sep 2012 15:41:32


Quote:

> As I prepare to re-launch my pulic proxy, I found that
> one filtering provider has Nicole's name spelt of
> "Bobeck", so it looks like I am right and everyone
> else is wrong. They have a category "***",
> which is categorised at *** material that is
> not ***ographic, and celebrities considered
> to be "sex symbols" (and I must say that Nicole
> does look GOOD for someone almost 37
> years old, she turns 37 on December 24), which does
> include a few women figure skaters.

> If THEY say that her name is spelt Bobeck,
> then it is spelt Bobeck. I am right, they
> are right, and everyone else is wrong.

Look at Chuckie, calling Nicole a liar.

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Quote:
> While I provide a proxy to allow people
> to get internet radio from work, I do NOT
> allow ***, ***, warez, or P2P
> file sharing. And the "***" categories
> on most filters do block them.

> The new provider also has Rachael Flatt
> on that list. Rachael is one of the sexiest
> female skaters alive right now. They
> regard her as a "sex symbol", so any
> sites related to her are blocked under
> the "***" category. A number of
> female figure skaters have fall into
> this kind of category over the years.
> Elena Sokolova, Oksana Baiul,
> Denise Beillmann amd Maria Butyrskaya
> are among the skaters that have been
> blocked under "***" categories.

> And here is one thing I don't think that Terry
> Hall, or is his minions at PDXISS will want to
> hear. This company has the Portland Ice
> Skating Society site blocked under a number
> of categories.

> A number of filtering providers have the
> PDXISS site blocked.

--
JD

"the lybian lier"

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Chilly » Wed, 03 Oct 2012 21:04:49


Quote:

>> for someone almost 37
>> years old, she turns 37 on December 24), which does
>> include a few women figure skaters.

> But as usual, Chuckie, you've got it wrong. Nicole turned 35 on the 23rd
> of
> August.

>> A number of
>> female figure skaters have fall into
>> this kind of category over the years.
>> Elena Sokolova, Oksana Baiul,
>> Denise Beillmann amd Maria Butyrskaya
>> are among the skaters that have been
>> blocked under "***" categories.

> Who is running this list - the Taliban?

Probably a few of the more hardline
conservative types that have blocked Fox
News becuase they don't like the short skirts
a lot of the women reporters there wear.

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Quote:

>> And here is one thing I don't think that Terry
>> Hall, or is his minions at PDXISS will want to
>> hear. This company has the Portland Ice
>> Skating Society site blocked under a number
>> of categories.

>> A number of filtering providers have the
>> PDXISS site blocked.

> On the contrary, given how prudish and square these guys appear to be we'd
> be
> disappointed if they weren't blocking us. It would indicate we're not
> doing
> our job of annoying the establishment with our pro-Tonya postings.

I know that in the past when PDXISS has been available
on our proxy, we have caught hell from some network
administrators who did not like the site. Back in 2006,
we got a rather *** E-mail from a high school in Austin,
Texas, when someone accessed PDXISS from school,
via our proxy. The administration in that school did NOT
approve of their students accessing the PDXISS web site.
PDXISS was VERBOTEN in that school.

The district was forced to changes it AUP to address
the use of proxies, since there was not specific rule against
using proxies. That fact they could do nothing to the student
over that really ticked them off.

In fact, I was given anonymous information that the people
who were to adminster the SOPA and PIPA laws in the USA,
had they passed, had planned to secretly add PDXISS to
the banned list, and ban anyone in the USA from visiting the
site. Apparently there are few bigshots in the American
government who do not like PDXISS, which also shows
how some in the government planned to use SOPA and PIPA
to silence their opponents.

And it rather surprises me that anyone in Texas would
know anything about skating. Texas is NOT a place
you would associate with skating. There have NEVER
been ANY champion skaters BORN in Texas, though
a few skaters who defected from Cuba have
trained there. Evora and Ladwig trained there after
they came to America from Cuba, and Cuban-American
skater Nina Garcia Jiang trains in the Houston area, but
that is about it, when it comes to figure skating in Texas.
Nina was born in Pinar Del Rio on 9th June 1996. What
is surprising is that she has not been entered in any Masters
or GP events now that she is old enough to compete
in them. She remained in America after the 2011 North
American championships in San Jose, Ca and has
since become an American citizen, and one of several
Chinese-Cuban skaters to become Americans. Beatriz
Liang become American in 2006. She was born in Cienfuegos,
Cuba in 1987. She will turn 25 on October 19th.

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Jeanne Dougla » Thu, 04 Oct 2012 04:04:45


Quote:



> >> for someone almost 37
> >> years old, she turns 37 on December 24), which does
> >> include a few women figure skaters.

> > But as usual, Chuckie, you've got it wrong. Nicole turned 35 on the 23rd
> > of
> > August.

> >> A number of
> >> female figure skaters have fall into
> >> this kind of category over the years.
> >> Elena Sokolova, Oksana Baiul,
> >> Denise Beillmann amd Maria Butyrskaya
> >> are among the skaters that have been
> >> blocked under "***" categories.

> > Who is running this list - the Taliban?

> Probably a few of the more hardline
> conservative types that have blocked Fox
> News becuase they don't like the short skirts
> a lot of the women reporters there wear.

> >> And here is one thing I don't think that Terry
> >> Hall, or is his minions at PDXISS will want to
> >> hear. This company has the Portland Ice
> >> Skating Society site blocked under a number
> >> of categories.

> >> A number of filtering providers have the
> >> PDXISS site blocked.

> > On the contrary, given how prudish and square these guys appear to be we'd
> > be
> > disappointed if they weren't blocking us. It would indicate we're not
> > doing
> > our job of annoying the establishment with our pro-Tonya postings.

> I know that in the past when PDXISS has been available
> on our proxy, we have caught hell from some network
> administrators who did not like the site. Back in 2006,
> we got a rather *** E-mail from a high school in Austin,
> Texas, when someone accessed PDXISS from school,
> via our proxy. The administration in that school did NOT
> approve of their students accessing the PDXISS web site.
> PDXISS was VERBOTEN in that school.

> The district was forced to changes it AUP to address
> the use of proxies, since there was not specific rule against
> using proxies. That fact they could do nothing to the student
> over that really ticked them off.

> In fact, I was given anonymous information that the people
> who were to adminster the SOPA and PIPA laws in the USA,
> had they passed, had planned to secretly add PDXISS to
> the banned list, and ban anyone in the USA from visiting the
> site. Apparently there are few bigshots in the American
> government who do not like PDXISS, which also shows
> how some in the government planned to use SOPA and PIPA
> to silence their opponents.

> And it rather surprises me that anyone in Texas would
> know anything about skating. Texas is NOT a place
> you would associate with skating. There have NEVER
> been ANY champion skaters BORN in Texas, though
> a few skaters who defected from Cuba have
> trained there. Evora and Ladwig trained there after
> they came to America from Cuba, and Cuban-American
> skater Nina Garcia Jiang trains in the Houston area, but
> that is about it, when it comes to figure skating in Texas.
> Nina was born in Pinar Del Rio on 9th June 1996. What
> is surprising is that she has not been entered in any Masters
> or GP events now that she is old enough to compete
> in them. She remained in America after the 2011 North
> American championships in San Jose, Ca and has
> since become an American citizen, and one of several
> Chinese-Cuban skaters to become Americans. Beatriz
> Liang become American in 2006. She was born in Cienfuegos,
> Cuba in 1987. She will turn 25 on October 19th.

And here I thought you'd finally given in to honesty since you labeled
your last post of fantasy with "fiction" in the subject line. But,
noooooooooo.

--
JD

"Osama Bin Laden is dead and GM is alive."--VP Joseph Biden

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Chilly » Thu, 04 Oct 2012 06:28:19


Quote:

>> skater Nina Garcia Jiang trains in the Houston area, but
>> that is about it, when it comes to figure skating in Texas.
>> Nina was born in Pinar Del Rio on 9th June 1996. What
>> is surprising is that she has not been entered in any Masters
>> or GP events now that she is old enough to compete
>> in them. She remained in America after the 2011 North
>> American championships in San Jose, Ca and has
>> since become an American citizen, and one of several
>> Chinese-Cuban skaters to become Americans. Beatriz
>> Liang become American in 2006. She was born in Cienfuegos,
>> Cuba in 1987. She will turn 25 on October 19th.

> And here I thought you'd finally given in to honesty since you labeled
> your last post of fantasy with "fiction" in the subject line. But,
> noooooooooo.

Just forgot to change the subject line bacl. However, Nina Jiang
was born in Pinar Del Rio and now lives in Houston. I wonder
if and when we will ever see her in Masters or GP events, now
that she is old enough to compete. Our detractors will likely
say otherwise, but she is an immigrant to America.

But as far as wireless access points we have, in places where
are servers are colocated, I am quite surprised to see
the ones in Sacramento, Ca and Phoenix, Az receiving
hits to a lot of skating sites, especially Sacramento.

Sacramento, and California, in general, are NOT exactly
a figure skating mecca. The closest rink to Sacramento,
since the demise of Iceland, a few years ago, is in
Vacaville.

To see figure skating fans hitting our Sacramento
WiFi hotspot is something highly unexpected, since
the Sacramento area is NOT exactly a place you
would associate with figure skating. Sacramento
is known for its politicians, plus tech workers and
business people who commute to the Bay Area
from there, but NOT for its skating. The
Sacramento Metropolitan area, which also
includes Stockton and Modesto, has NO ice
rinks in the region, PERIOD. Iceland was the
ONLY rink in the Sacramento/Stockton/
Modesto area.

California and figure skating are two things you
do NOT normally see in the same sentence. The
CLOSEST that ANY elite skater has come to
being BORN in California are the handful of skaters
born in a few towns along the Baja coast between
Playas and Ensenada along the Mexico 1D toll
road.

Just like on our Phoenix hotspot. There are
NO public ice rinks in Phoenix. The closest
rink is about 5 hours drive away in the Palm
Springs area. There are NO rinks in Arizona,
PERIOD.

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Chilly » Thu, 04 Oct 2012 06:28:19


Quote:

>> skater Nina Garcia Jiang trains in the Houston area, but
>> that is about it, when it comes to figure skating in Texas.
>> Nina was born in Pinar Del Rio on 9th June 1996. What
>> is surprising is that she has not been entered in any Masters
>> or GP events now that she is old enough to compete
>> in them. She remained in America after the 2011 North
>> American championships in San Jose, Ca and has
>> since become an American citizen, and one of several
>> Chinese-Cuban skaters to become Americans. Beatriz
>> Liang become American in 2006. She was born in Cienfuegos,
>> Cuba in 1987. She will turn 25 on October 19th.

> And here I thought you'd finally given in to honesty since you labeled
> your last post of fantasy with "fiction" in the subject line. But,
> noooooooooo.

Just forgot to change the subject line bacl. However, Nina Jiang
was born in Pinar Del Rio and now lives in Houston. I wonder
if and when we will ever see her in Masters or GP events, now
that she is old enough to compete. Our detractors will likely
say otherwise, but she is an immigrant to America.

But as far as wireless access points we have, in places where
are servers are colocated, I am quite surprised to see
the ones in Sacramento, Ca and Phoenix, Az receiving
hits to a lot of skating sites, especially Sacramento.

Sacramento, and California, in general, are NOT exactly
a figure skating mecca. The closest rink to Sacramento,
since the demise of Iceland, a few years ago, is in
Vacaville.

To see figure skating fans hitting our Sacramento
WiFi hotspot is something highly unexpected, since
the Sacramento area is NOT exactly a place you
would associate with figure skating. Sacramento
is known for its politicians, plus tech workers and
business people who commute to the Bay Area
from there, but NOT for its skating. The
Sacramento Metropolitan area, which also
includes Stockton and Modesto, has NO ice
rinks in the region, PERIOD. Iceland was the
ONLY rink in the Sacramento/Stockton/
Modesto area.

California and figure skating are two things you
do NOT normally see in the same sentence. The
CLOSEST that ANY elite skater has come to
being BORN in California are the handful of skaters
born in a few towns along the Baja coast between
Playas and Ensenada along the Mexico 1D toll
road.

Just like on our Phoenix hotspot. There are
NO public ice rinks in Phoenix. The closest
rink is about 5 hours drive away in the Palm
Springs area. There are NO rinks in Arizona,
PERIOD.

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Jeanne Dougla » Thu, 04 Oct 2012 06:46:21


Quote:




> >> skater Nina Garcia Jiang trains in the Houston area, but
> >> that is about it, when it comes to figure skating in Texas.
> >> Nina was born in Pinar Del Rio on 9th June 1996. What
> >> is surprising is that she has not been entered in any Masters
> >> or GP events now that she is old enough to compete
> >> in them. She remained in America after the 2011 North
> >> American championships in San Jose, Ca and has
> >> since become an American citizen, and one of several
> >> Chinese-Cuban skaters to become Americans. Beatriz
> >> Liang become American in 2006. She was born in Cienfuegos,
> >> Cuba in 1987. She will turn 25 on October 19th.

> > And here I thought you'd finally given in to honesty since you labeled
> > your last post of fantasy with "fiction" in the subject line. But,
> > noooooooooo.

> Just forgot to change the subject line bacl. However, Nina Jiang
> was born in Pinar Del Rio and now lives in Houston. I wonder
> if and when we will ever see her in Masters or GP events, now
> that she is old enough to compete. Our detractors will likely
> say otherwise, but she is an immigrant to America.

> But as far as wireless access points we have, in places where
> are servers are colocated, I am quite surprised to see
> the ones in Sacramento, Ca and Phoenix, Az receiving
> hits to a lot of skating sites, especially Sacramento.

> Sacramento, and California, in general, are NOT exactly
> a figure skating mecca. The closest rink to Sacramento,
> since the demise of Iceland, a few years ago, is in
> Vacaville.

> To see figure skating fans hitting our Sacramento
> WiFi hotspot is something highly unexpected, since
> the Sacramento area is NOT exactly a place you
> would associate with figure skating. Sacramento
> is known for its politicians, plus tech workers and
> business people who commute to the Bay Area
> from there, but NOT for its skating. The
> Sacramento Metropolitan area, which also
> includes Stockton and Modesto, has NO ice
> rinks in the region, PERIOD. Iceland was the
> ONLY rink in the Sacramento/Stockton/
> Modesto area.

> California and figure skating are two things you
> do NOT normally see in the same sentence. The
> CLOSEST that ANY elite skater has come to
> being BORN in California are the handful of skaters
> born in a few towns along the Baja coast between
> Playas and Ensenada along the Mexico 1D toll
> road.

> Just like on our Phoenix hotspot. There are
> NO public ice rinks in Phoenix. The closest
> rink is about 5 hours drive away in the Palm
> Springs area. There are NO rinks in Arizona,
> PERIOD.

liar

--
JD

"Osama Bin Laden is dead and GM is alive."--VP Joseph Biden

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Chilly » Tue, 16 Oct 2012 22:18:21


Quote:

> As I prepare to re-launch my pulic proxy,

On the Wifi hotspots we have, I am amazed
at how many hits to figure skating sites we
get on the Sacamento hotspot. There are NO
ice rinks in Sacramento since the demise of
Iceland a few years ago.

Our detractors on here might say otherwise,
but the CLOEST rink to Sacramento is now
Vacaville Ice, in Vacaville.

California is NOT exactly a figure skating mecca.
There has NEVER been a champion skater BORN
in California (though a few have trained there).

I am doing some periodic maintenence on one of
our California-colocated servers, before heading
to Ensenada later on this week, for Skate
America.

If you are going to Ensenada, be aware that
there is NO public transportation to Ensenada,
and don't let our detractors tell you otherwise.

It is a good thing that Long Beach was not selected
for Skate America. There would have been NO WAY to get
from LAX to Long Beach WITHOUT a car. MTA
does NOT go into Long Beach.

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Jeanne Dougla » Wed, 17 Oct 2012 01:23:58


Quote:



> > As I prepare to re-launch my pulic proxy,

> On the Wifi hotspots we have, I am amazed
> at how many hits to figure skating sites we
> get on the Sacamento hotspot. There are NO
> ice rinks in Sacramento since the demise of
> Iceland a few years ago.

> Our detractors on here might say otherwise,
> but the CLOEST rink to Sacramento is now
> Vacaville Ice, in Vacaville.

> California is NOT exactly a figure skating mecca.
> There has NEVER been a champion skater BORN
> in California (though a few have trained there).

> I am doing some periodic maintenence on one of
> our California-colocated servers, before heading
> to Ensenada later on this week, for Skate
> America.

> If you are going to Ensenada, be aware that
> there is NO public transportation to Ensenada,
> and don't let our detractors tell you otherwise.

> It is a good thing that Long Beach was not selected
> for Skate America. There would have been NO WAY to get
> from LAX to Long Beach WITHOUT a car. MTA
> does NOT go into Long Beach.

f

--
JD

"Osama Bin Laden is dead and GM is alive."--VP Joseph Biden

 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Chilly » Wed, 17 Oct 2012 02:16:28


Quote:

>> But as far as wireless access points we have, in places where
>> are servers are colocated, I am quite surprised to see
>> the ones in Sacramento, Ca and Phoenix, Az receiving
>> hits to a lot of skating sites, especially Sacramento.

>> Sacramento, and California, in general, are NOT exactly
>> a figure skating mecca. The closest rink to Sacramento,
>> since the demise of Iceland, a few years ago, is in
>> Vacaville.

Vacaville Ice IS the CLOSEST ice rink to Sacramento
now.
 
 
 

Its "bobeck", says one filtering provider

Post by Jeanne Dougla » Wed, 17 Oct 2012 02:31:39


Quote:



> >> But as far as wireless access points we have, in places where
> >> are servers are colocated, I am quite surprised to see
> >> the ones in Sacramento, Ca and Phoenix, Az receiving
> >> hits to a lot of skating sites, especially Sacramento.

> >> Sacramento, and California, in general, are NOT exactly
> >> a figure skating mecca. The closest rink to Sacramento,
> >> since the demise of Iceland, a few years ago, is in
> >> Vacaville.

> Vacaville Ice IS the CLOSEST ice rink to Sacramento
> now.

Why do you ALWAYS lie:

<http://www.yellowpages.com/sacramento-ca/ice-skating-rinks>

--
JD

"Osama Bin Laden is dead and GM is alive."--VP Joseph Biden