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September 23, 2011, 08:51:40 AM
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Hi,

I read that a lot of people use a backup pool. How can I configure a backup pool in phoenix miner? I couldn't find the parameters anywhere. I'm using phoenix miner revision 117.
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September 23, 2011, 08:57:01 AM
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If you have neighbors try bringing them a cake or drawing them a picture. Then when they're home give them the cake / picture. And say "hey, your pool is a lot like mine  Grin" (you don't actually have to make the smiley but it helps, you're displaying a Wining Attitude)... also maybe wear swimming trunks and carry a towel. or wear a bikini if you're a girl, or if you're a boy (free country). but anyway hopefully then you'll have a good Backup pool ready to go in case mom or Rick (NOT my real dad, fr*ck u rick) decide to fumigate the insects from your pool w/out asking you if it's okay... they can be such jerks and I emphasize w/ you a lot... it sucks being without swimming in Phoenix... luckily we go to Tahoe usually

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