Skip to comments.Wayback Machine no longer archiving FR homepages
Posted on 10/12/2017 8:02:43 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
I use the Wayback Machine to restore my FR homepage when I lose part of it.
The Wayback Machine stopped archiving it in March of this year.
Evidently they don't want to archive things like this anymore:
I’ve got one from May.
It used to archive several times a month. May was five months ago.
My computer played the vid in slo-mo the first time it loaded and you have it enlarged; it was the first time I clearly saw her land on her knees. I can’t imagine what the MSM would do if Trump landed on his knees and had to be bodily heaved into a van at a 9/11 ceremony. They would probably say he “took a knee.” So Hilary was the first to “take a knee” at an event honoring America.
You must be losing your touch- March may be the last time the NSA took an interest in you. Congrats! They think you are harmless!
Wasn’t sure if FR had set its robots.txt file to block bots. The Wayback Machine stops archiving pages from sites that do that.
Probably has something to do with secure login.
Now THAT is funny! I also like the way the burly attendants summarily toss her in the van like a sack of potatoes. It was done with such precision it was almost as if the helpers had undergone training for such an event and had had practice. :-)
I still marvel at that video.
I always thought it had a bench/bed she was thrown onto. Looking at it now, they had to have thrown her onto the floor and folded her legs up (think Wizard of Oz) to get the door shut.
Thanks E. Pluribus Unum.
Plug side of beef in your favorite search engine and see what turns up.
“Plug side of beef in your favorite search engine and see what turns up. “
That is funny!
More like a side of pork, IMO, or maybe a side of jellyfish.
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