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Discussion in 'The OT' started by Chris Blount, Jun 5, 2012.
... its the first site you visit in the moring and the last at night.
Guilty as charged....I can live with that though...
To get to the site I just type "d" in the Chrome address bar.
I'm not an addict! I can quit anytime I want!
Of course! Actually, I do cheat at times and check Woot! first thing.
Go, Spurs! Get that defense together!
you have to do all that? DBSTalk is my start-up page for Chrome
I visit IPTVConnection.com in the morning before coming here so I guess I'm just a fanboy and not a addict.
The first step is admitting you have a problem!
For sure....I've made it that far...but some people tell me there is no cure.
Maybe you're beyond help, when your browser opens with 6 tabs of DBSTalk.
Yes, quite right. Although it keeps me off the streets....!
I did quit when I hit 4,000 posts. For almost 24 hours.... But that was long ago! :eek2:
...you constantly click the 'New Posts' tab.
F5 here [over and over]
... you revisit threads knowing there are no new posts.
I'm surprised you don't use this feature (for DBSTalk Club Member only) - http://www.dbstalk.com/dbs-spy.php
I do, but habitually click New Posts. :lol:
... when you have 9 DBSTalk links on the Firefox Bookmarks Toolbar, including a "subscribed" link and a "new posts" link.
Also have 148 subscribed threads, and I cleaned that up a while ago.
My favorite site on the internet, by far.
Edit: 149 subscribed threads, just added this one.
I don't have a single DBSTalk bookmark on ANY of my browsers that I know of (perhaps iPad?).
I have 7 subscribed threads... one of which is the
Satellite & National HD - Status/Notification thread which you are update. The News: Extra, Extra! Read all about it! thread, my local HD Broadcast issues thread (HD Locals: Albany, GA), three CE threads (two of which won't be updated again), and another thread I can delete.
...so much so that the lettering on my [New Posts] tab has long since worn off.
Well, I am checking the site between sets at the gym.