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oooooh that might work.... no duct tape or masking (i don't think)... i'll see what i can scrounge together...

Or try a rolled up bath towel.

Does housing pay your heating bill? If so you might email them to suggest they install a gasket on the bottom of your door or threshold which will keep bugs out and save energy :)

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I've been doing the towel, but i can't do anything with it when i leave as it moves. I did however find some double sticky side tape and some cardboard and taped it at the bottom of the door so its flush with the floor. It opens and closes more slowly.. but if it works...

Yeah, they do. I used their email this time. I know for a fact that the head of housing often answers the emails.... so maybe this'll get them to do something about it?

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Yeah, they do. I used their email this time. I know for a fact that the head of housing often answers the emails.... so maybe this'll get them to do something about it?

I would have sent an emailing discussing the wasps I had found, then stated that I was allergic to wasps and demanded to know what precautions they would be taking to get me to the ER if I were stung.....

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maybe. Oh well (I swell really bad at the sight, it has yet become bad enough for epi pens apperently), I'ma get a can of hairspray next time i go to the store. Probably something cheap to make it easier to kill them, as lysol ticks them off.

I got myself into another delima... lets just say never leave dishsoap on something thats going in the dishwasher to be ran. Don't do it!

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If anyone is having functionality issues with the board please report them in the technical support thread that is already there...thank you!

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There was one family who we have not heard from since before the storm and we could not reach all day. So I put out an all call on Facebook to track them down and someone saw it and called someone else who drove out to their house and found them stuck with out power or food! Now they have dinner and are safe! Yay! Internet+Smart phones rock at a time like this! *insert snoopy dancing here*

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There was one family who we have not heard from since before the storm and we could not reach all day. So I put out an all call on Facebook to track them down and someone saw it and called someone else who drove out to their house and found them stuck with out power or food! Now they have dinner and are safe! Yay! Internet+Smart phones rock at a time like this! *insert snoopy dancing here*

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Called my family, they're fine. Got a lot of rain, but they missed the flooding apperently.

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There was one family who we have not heard from since before the storm and we could not reach all day. So I put out an all call on Facebook to track them down and someone saw it and called someone else who drove out to their house and found them stuck with out power or food! Now they have dinner and are safe! Yay! Internet+Smart phones rock at a time like this! *insert snoopy dancing here*

Vincent . . . so nice of you to get them some help . . . from afar. I might have to knight you or sumptin'.

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Thanks Emily!!!

Janet...err no thanks! :D

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BTW - those that mentioned wanting my books earlier in this thread...some of you offered to pre-read book 4 for me... if you are still up for that PM me ASAP as I am sending pre-reader copies out now.

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I just lost all 5 of my multiquotes, and I can see smilies but can't use them.

When you select posts for MultiQuote, a button will appear in the bottom right corner. Use that button to launch the reply window with the quotes in it.

If you can't access the smileys, try clicking the leftmost button on the upper tool bar. That is the one that toggles the edit mode. The tool bar buttons do not work in basic edit mode any more--they did before the upgrade.

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Happy Hallowe'en for any with tiny ghosts and goblins, or just a penchant for scaring small children!

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BTW - those that mentioned wanting my books earlier in this thread...some of you offered to pre-read book 4 for me... if you are still up for that PM me ASAP as I am sending pre-reader copies out now.

Good luck on this V-Man!

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Thanks Emily!!!

Janet...err no thanks! :D

Too much responsibility? All that jousting 'n' stuff?

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Too much responsibility? All that jousting 'n' stuff?

:lol:

Yeah . . . not like I was going to send you on a quest for the holy grail since Monty Python already did that . . . just thought you might be able to be invited to the same parties as Elton John . . . and you could make people call you "Sir Vincent" . . . or "Darth Vydor".

Now you're kickin' yerselph, aren't ya? . . . well, it's too late!!

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Well...... ... . .. :unsure: ..... . .. .. :unsure: . .. . . . ...

We're back.......

YAY!

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Halle-frikkin-lujah! I am suffering from psilly withdrawals what with

all the maintenance and storm stuff!

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I went and lost all me psillly while it was down :(

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:huh: this page took a very long page to load...hope the gremlins, ghouls and goblins all leave with Halloween
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Halle-frikkin-lujah! I am suffering from psilly withdrawals what with all the maintenance and storm stuff!

LOL! I don't know if it was your karma or not. The outage originated with power problems at the internet connection to celiac.com. The celiac.com server is in your state, Bunnie! :o

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BTW - those that mentioned wanting my books earlier in this thread...some of you offered to pre-read book 4 for me... if you are still up for that PM me ASAP as I am sending pre-reader copies out now.

Please check your messages - still trying to figure out alternate way to get volume 4 if the Kindle keeps rejecting it.

Loey

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LOL! I don't know if it was your karma or not. The outage originated with power problems at the internet connection to celiac.com. The celiac.com server is in your state, Bunnie! :o

Is no my fault...... :ph34r:

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Glad you're okay, Patteigh. :)

I'm also glad you're alright, Patti. You were in one of the two hardest hit states. I worried about all of my friends back home. We're such a widespread group that it's scary when we can't stay in touch. I was without power from Monday at 4 pm until 3 am this morning. We lost a lot of meat from the freezer. the food losses in the fridge were not as bad as we thought they'd be.

Going to bed as I'm wiped out. Tomorrow I see the pain doctor. He's seeing patients at a restaurant as he has no power. I'm guessing we won't have to give a urine sample.

Be well my psillies. Stay warm & dry.

Much love, :wub: :wub:

Loey

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Oh my word, I kept waking in the night to see if we were back together :o

My friends Granny in Baltimore lost phone contact for a while, we think the mast went down, but everyone now accounted for.

Nice to see everyone again. Hope anyone who has clean up to do finds what they need x

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