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Add me to the list. I am about ready to stop my Yahoo/AT&T domain name, that I have had for a decade. Life was good at one time. I had an XP computer, that ran decent, and operated the AT&T download of SiteBuilder. My web site prospered.

Then, apparently some geek nerds decided there was a way to rip off folks, *** them off, and make some money in the long run. I was not asked, but was told by Yahoo, that I am now an Aabaco, customer. What a silly *** name is Aabaco? Sounds like an outfit that Wile E Coyote, bought supplies from.

My new computer is used, but is a decent Dell Optiflex, with lots of RAM. I can NOT get SiteBuilder to download appropriately, nor will it boot once it is in my computer. I have spent far too many hours dicking around with this, and do I really need a web site, when I can do all I need to do on Twitter, and FaceBook. I am ready to cancel my accounts, you jerks.

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