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'That VDSL Cat'
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#141310 8-Mar-2014 11:26
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so been getting this alot...

and off recent, its starting to be almost EVERY post which is driving me somewhat up the wall.



every time i post an imgur link, edit and imgur link or whatever, i get this. (yes, i know, i probably should use geekzones image uploader thing.)

often every 5th or so textual reply i make, i also get this..


why am i getting it so often? is there something im doing to cause it to be fired so much?




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  #1001210 8-Mar-2014 11:45
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  #1001211 8-Mar-2014 11:47
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freitasm: Upload to Geekzone. This is Cloudflare checking that you aren't a robot.


yes, i got that far, but why does cloudflare think im a robot so often?

as i said, i also get it on about every 5th purely textual reply.




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  #1001213 8-Mar-2014 11:50
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freitasm: The IP address range...


so it doesnt like my v6 range? or am i popping in and out of v4 and v6 when posting which it isnt agreeing with?




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