Says-it.com :(

Dang! I obviously didn't get the memo that the site was taken down. Sad Looks like all the fast food sign generator sites are taken down. (at least the ones for McDonalds) $h!#, guess Mickey D's threatened legal action. Sad Those were so much fun!

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according to
This Site  the site is up and running and is only down for you
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I mean, it's *up*, but I got redirected & looks like its been re-purposed. 1st I saw a car site, now its Realtor.com. Unless its just redirecting *me*.

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I dunno

I didn't go on the site. Maybe ask them .......

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(NT) Robots.txt
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Up, but inop.

I click on a category and a message comes up, but disappears too quickly to read.
I notice it's "ww1.says-it.com". Any outfit that has been on the 'net that long should be reliable.

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Goodbye Says-It
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In that case, it's time for syrinx

to pay the piper.

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