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Jeff Verdegan
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Over the last few days I've been getting quite a few of the "Aaack! You caught us with our pants down!" server maintenance screens. I'd say about 3-5 per day. In every case, an immediate reload worked fine, so whatever the issue is, it's very transient.

Is anybody else experiencing this? Is there a known issue right now?
fred rosenberger
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Thanks for pointing this out. Some of the moderators were aware, and are investigating.


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Good to know. Thanks.
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If intentional, I like the play on words in the subject and the content


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Maneesh Godbole wrote:If intentional, I like the play on words in the subject and the content


Totally intentional. I can't imagine why I might have used that for a subject if it weren't!
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Jeff Verdegan wrote:
Maneesh Godbole wrote:If intentional, I like the play on words in the subject and the content


Totally intentional. I can't imagine why I might have used that for a subject if it weren't!



Ohhh!!! I get it now.... Sorry, I am a bit slow this morning ...

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fred rosenberger
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I had an acting teacher who performed several one-man shows off broadway. His motto was "When in doubt, drop trou".
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fred rosenberger wrote:I had an acting teacher who performed several one-man shows off broadway. His motto was "When in doubt, drop trou".


Surprisingly, that doesn't work well during performance reviews.
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Jeff Verdegan wrote:Surprisingly, that doesn't work well during performance reviews.
Depends on the show.
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Is it better now?


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paul wheaton wrote:Is it better now?


I haven't seen it for several days now.

Thanks!
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:If intentional, I like the play on words in the subject and the content

i spend too long in chat places i didn't even notice it didn't say throu
 
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