I imported all those posts that were in the wget dump from December 2005 one by one by hand and then linked the parent ids and thread activity... It was some mind numbing work.
If I come across anymore stuff like this or maybe from archive.org I'm writing a Python script to do it. haha
So that's the context of "Forces act when not restrained"- Puckdropper,Wed Apr 28 2021 3:56pm
Well worth the time to import. Haha.
But seriously, I also thought it was interesting when I saw the "Forces" post. What are the chances that the Hobby Lobby post and that one just so happened to be on the random one page snapshot I had buried in a hard drive backup from 16 years ago?
It also ... more
Um, 2016 with Inmotion Hosting, but I had someone else before that. Maybe it was the Godaddy reseller account?
I'm pretty sure it was gone when I had real hosting. I'll say it was gone between 2001 and 2005.
Oh and I moved the thread up... We should randomly like once a random number of mon... more
puckdroppersplace.us? I sort of remember there was a lapse or something that happened which caused you to get a different domain name... but maybe I'm thinking of something different than your hosting site changing.
Glad to see the thread activity worked on those old threads. I just set them to t... more
I'd have to pull the whois up to see how long I've had puckdroppersplace.us. I think the guy gave me puckdroppers.us when I couldn't use the puckdroppersplace.tk domain (now dead) to redirect to the webspace he gave me.
When he disappeared, the registration eventually expired, and I had to get m... more
Updated Date: 2019-04-09T09:35:12Z
Creation Date: 2006-11-12T22:46:25Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2028-11-11T23:59:59Z
Was the original through someone as UCL? Seems weird that they would just disappear out of the blue like that and leave you hanging.
I guess the guy got some new e-mails or something... or I've also seen 18-year old kids with a good heart and some ideas but life takes them some other way. (He strikes me now as a young kid type.)
The original guys, Peter Holowaty and Stephen Pearce gave up UCL and we rebuilt it. Our mistake w... more