Oyarsa wrote:Truthworthy in regards to my password. I’m pretty paranoid when it comes to some of my passwords.
Sol wrote:I haven't read it, actually. Shame really. Also, Google Talk is just a variant of Jabber. not to take away from it, but there's a lot of people who can talk to it/be talked to through it that don't use Google Talk at all.
Oyarsa wrote:No additional verses? Dank sei Gott.
Oyarsa wrote:And you’ll get pics as soon as I get a pic of your adorable Khammie-bunny look-a-like.
Oyarsa wrote:Google chat? Yeesh, I really haven’t been online much anymore. I didn’t even notice that existed
Oyarsa wrote:Nope, I’ve never been fond of Christopher Tolkien. You know how I feel about HoME. Have you read it? Any good, or more along the lines of HoME
Oyarsa wrote:As to my ‘fun’ stalker problem, do you have an hour?
Oyarsa wrote:§ol: Truthworthy in regards to my password. I’m pretty paranoid when it comes to some of my passwords.
Sorry m’dear, but you were not ‘available’ when I logged on briefly at work. Oddly enough, only my sister was around on YM. Mayhap YM is not used as much anymore?
As to my ‘fun’ stalker problem, do you have an hour? Grrr… About two months ago, some freak of a guy called and asked for ‘Kim’. I said, “This is she,” and he said his name was Ryan. Like I’m supposed to know who that was. Apparently, he knew me when I was in childcare (age 5 – like I’m supposed to remember people from back then ), and I was always nice to him, and he wanted to ‘rekindle’ our friendship. I tried to be nice to him, but I told him I wasn’t really comfortable going out with him. Then I asked how he got my phone number. He said he worked at my old high school, and he saw me in a yearbook, and then looked me up in the phonebook. He then continued to call me DAILY, several times a day, and leave messages on my answering machine. I finally changed my telephone number. Now he is resorting to mailed letters. I’m not quite sure what to do. I tried reverse address look-up, to see if the sender address is legit, and it is not. Actually, his second to last letter, he put someone else’s name and address on it, so that I wouldn’t know it was him until I opened it. I looked up all of the addresses he has written on the letters and none of them trace back to a Ryan Strait (sp?). I’m not sure of the spelling of his last name. He has given me his cell phone number multiple times though. I’m not going to call him though, since he would then be getting a response out of me.
His last voicemail, before I changed my number, was really creepy. He said I was his best friend, and that I was really special to him, and he ended his message with the words, “you are precious to me.” I now have an extreme dislike for that word.
I'd never heard of Jabber. I just use Google Chat/Talk because it's efficient to use with my email.
Oyarsa wrote:Hi guys!
Khamul: Hope you had a great time in Indonesia! Remember, don't pet the lizards. Btw, Mel has some absolutely adorable pics up of you on Flickr.
Mel: Very cute pics! I will post some of my trip to HI, once I return.
Decrypt this word:
36 45 90 36 45 35 89 9- 34
Bonus points if you can explain how it is encrypted.
2. Five friends pooled their resources one day and pieced a CD together from songs they had written. They called their band Frozen Cabbage and ended up playing a number of live gigs at local events. Determine the full name of each band member, the instrument (or mixing console) each played, the brand of equipment each used, plus each member's favorite magazine, using the clues below.
Steve wasn't the sound engineer.
One of the women enjoyed EQ magazine.
Angie and Steve didn't like Recording magazine.
The bass player used Ibanez equipment.
Mr. Magnus didn't use Mackie equipment.
Mark's last name wasn't Hydal and he didn't play keyboard.
The sound engineer, whose last name wasn't Engel, enjoyed reading Mix magazine.
The person who used Yamaha drums wasn't Robert, but their last name is Hydal.
The five band members (in no particular order) were: Mark Scott, the female bass player, the person who read Musician, the one who used Peavey equipment, and Robert.
Shelley's last name was not Hydal or McArthur and she didn't use Roland equipment.
Mackie only developed equipment for live sound and recording NOT musical instruments.
Steve McArthur was the guitarist.
Broiled Dale Lass won't do for a substitute.
Oyarsa wrote:Hi guys, sorry, posting on the run!
Here is a link to some of my Hawaii pics. If any of you belong to LiveJournal, send me your 'name' and I'll add you to my friends list, and then you can see the pics that I am in as well.
I hope everyone is doing well!
Btw, Mel, just in case you did not notice, I left you a vm on your cell yesterday... See, I do occasionally use the phone.
Riencuran wrote:I said nothing about removing you. I'm simply stating that what you want is an impossible desire.
Riencuran wrote:Did you say illustrious White Tower and beloved guardian?
Riencuran wrote:Have you gotten your eyes checked lately, Mel? I've your senses begin to fail you as old age approaches.
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