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ZipZapZop.com: 071805: ÜbelKnübel1

ZipZapZop.com 071805: Übel Knübels Welt #1



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hello,
i think something is going on with your feed.
i haven't gotten any new episodes since the 14th.
lovethe show.
 
Ubel rules, I heart Ubel. I'm looking forward to regular Ubel segments!

BTW, you're doing something with frames here that makes it difficult to get a permalink. I got your permalink from mefeedia.
 
Thanks for you help! I don't really know what's going on, what's the permalink? Maybe that explains the feed problem? It seemed to work ok for me in FireAnt... Hmmm.
 
I think you are hilarious. Mulit-talented, teacher, musician, comdian and generally funny guy. Anything you can't do damn you?
I might even try to locate some cheese curds in my home town in Sussex, UK though I doubt they even heard of them here.
Just letting you know: If I click on a day from the archives(As I was eager to see all the posts I have missed) it loads a page where there are many video posts and the all try to autoplay at once causing quite a messy situation. Any chance of stopping the autoplaying? In the end, even with my 2MBIT(!!) dsl it took ages to load up...used all the resources I think.
Anyway Long Live Mr bad weatherman saturn from New York!
 
Hi thanks! Originally I had each archive on a separate page, but the list got to be so long, I thought it might be better to have a week at a time.

Last I knew, the videos would start to download, but not to play, such that if you load an archive page, all 4-5 movs will download (which could definitely tax the browser) but they shouldn't actually start playing until you click the play button.

Well, I'll have to keep reassessing as I go along and see what works. If the archives are regularly crashing people's browsers, that's definitely a problem.

cheers,
clark
 
ubel Clark ... well, that was different ...
 
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