QUOTE(Kat @ Jul 7 2004, 10:47 AM)If I was skilled trades at my work I'd be on lscn all day because I'd have nothing else to do. I'd probably have 20 posts per day.
So, your trying to say that skilled trades people do NOTHING at work but F' off ??
Hey Bill, what was wrong with your boat on JN day??
To our knowledge, Bill's the only LSCN'er where he works (darned Westsiders
). He purposely kept his involvement on the down-low, hoping to avoid undue attention.
Gregg, the mechanic/engine guy is coming over tonite to look at it. We were on vaca all last week, so it sat, but Bill did the trouble-shooting thing all day Monday. As of now, the general consensus is, "I think it's something electrical". We've checked just about everything: kill switches, gas, anything having connections to both engines. Hopefully it's something easily fixed or adjusted and we can chalk it up to just another experience.
Thanks again for the rescue. Your timing (or Deb's) couldn't have been better!
Bill, try going to yahoo, type in lake st clair network..
when the page comes up showing the LSCN site poke it and see if that takes you back into LSCN. It worked for me a long time ago when I couldn't get into LSCN at the office.
QUOTE(Kat @ Jul 7 2004, 11:47 AM)If I was skilled trades at my work I'd be on lscn all day because I'd have nothing else to do. I'd probably have 20 posts per day.
<_< My husband is skilled trade and he doesn't get on the computer because he WORKS all day
Anyway, I just checked the Websense lookup and it started blocking lsc.net with database version 92038 released yesterday.
You might be able to get to the lsc.net by using a proxy bypass, though. Try http://www.emoxter.com/utils/proxyByPass.php. It's ugly, and all the images may not load, but it seems to work well enough to get to the forums.