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« #40 : 09-30-2006 08:42 »

If anyone was worried, NTS was shut down the past few days and thoroughly examined...it's clean.  The best he can figure is that it's a false positive that McAffee is picking up on.  A similar thing is happening right now with certain photo albums on Flickr.

If anyone gets the warning again please take down the information and let him know (there's a "contact" link under "about" )...he wants to find whatever McAffee is detecting and rework it so the false positives won't be a problem anymore.
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« #41 : 10-10-2006 15:04 »

If you've read the article I doubt you'd recheck the link I posted...but I suggest you do.

KEN KEELER READ MY ESSAY AND LEFT FEEDBACK.

Alright.  I got the caps out of my system.  But Jesus Christ it was worth it.
 http://www.noisetosignal.org/tv/2006/09/the-science-of-romance-solving-the-timeskips-in-futuramas-time-keeps-on-slipping.php#responses
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« #42 : 10-10-2006 19:11 »

That is frickin' sweeeeeeet!!!
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« #43 : 10-10-2006 20:21 »

If it was the real Ken Keeler, that just proves taht the Futurama staff read this site and enjoys the amount of loyalty that this little show has created.
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« #44 : 10-11-2006 04:54 »

>That is frickin' sweeeeeeet!!!

Honestly, tell me about it.  I spent the rest of last night smiling like an idiot...I'll probably do the same today.  It's almost like talking about Futurama with a friend of yours...in a restaurant or something...and Ken Keeler's at the next table...turns around and says, "Hey, thanks for watching."  It's very pleasant.

>If it was the real Ken Keeler
I have reason to suspect it was...I could be wrong, but I'm pretty certain.

>the Futurama staff read this site and enjoys the amount of loyalty that this little show has created.

No doubt.  I remember on some of the commentaries (I'm sorry, it's been a while) David X. Cohen and at least one other writer mention CGEF a few times.  I don't believe it was Keeler...but who knows?  Maybe David or someone saw the article and pointed Keeler toward it.

I'm not too curious about how he found it...I'm just really happy he did.  Whether he agreed with me or not, that just made the whole thing worth writing.

Three cheers for the Futurama staff keeping up with what goes on fan-side.
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