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SecurityBlanket 16 yrs ago | 2 replies
Regarding book status. Yes, I'm logged in and actually I've never bothered to log out of the site. When I click onto a book and bring up the full JE there used to be a bar beneath that listed status options -- that bar…

SecurityBlanket 16 yrs ago | 4 replies
I just noticed that the option seems to be missing which allows a book's status (in my possession) to be changed. In the past I would be able quickly to change a book from AVL to reserved if I came across a future desti…

SecurityBlanket 16 yrs ago | 3 replies
>Re: I miss... > having someone to share stuff with...to > care for and be cared by. Friends are > good but you will never be top priority > with them. When I rang a friend right > after the accident and bef…

SecurityBlanket 16 yrs ago
Heaps of vibes coming your way! I hope you're feeling in less pain and not so sore within the coming days and weeks. In the meantime tell your kittyboys that you need to rest and recupperate.

SecurityBlanket 16 yrs ago | 2 replies
Clowns are right up there with mimes and dolls, possibly ventriloquist dolls like Mr. Marbles also from Seinfeld, with those spooky eyes that look like they're following you. Honestly, the clown creepy quotient has a lo…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago
@miss-priss, joseki and queenfrog - Thanks for the info. regarding the clock. I suspect joseki is correct since the auto-adjust for the clock was already un-clicked. I'll have to see if it switches itself back now. …

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 6 replies
I have two computer related questions. Well really one question and one curiosity. Why is it the my computer clock (seemingly on its own) keeps switching back one hour. This year due to the US moving ahead the clock…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago
Hi Yoko, I really love silent films. The musical orchestration is beautiful and it's wonderful (I think) to marvel at what was done by people so many years ago who were so limited by the technology of the day, yet they…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago
Well, it just figures! Another crappy christmas birthday. Ugghhh! A few years back there was some kind of weirdo movement regarding christian fundementalist and some pre-determined end of the world date. My only th…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago
Oh, I'm very sorry, Inkognitoh. Poor Jose. I've been vibing for you two like mad. He was a strong little guy and was lucky to have you. {{{{Inko}}}}

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago
In October 2004 I had 16 inches (40cm) cut off my hair and donated it to Locks of Love http://www.locksoflove.org/. Since I haven't had my hair cut since then it's grown quite long down my back and I may eventually do t…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 3 replies
Occassionally I come across published books of letters or journals by authors, artist or historical figures, but not too often. Do you have any that you can recommend? It's not necessary that it be recent publications …

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 17 replies
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/north_west/6347555.stm Be sure to click on 'enlarge' to get the full breakfast-y goodness effect of this image. And what is that in the middle of his head -- is it a beverage? Inc…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 2 replies
link -->--> http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=decolletage The word 'decollectage' originally referred (in vernacular) to features on a women's dress, specifically the style of neckline. Now though I think it t…

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SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 5 replies
I've sent out many boxes of books far and wide to help stock OBCZs and often receive very interesting JEs. Today I received a JE for one of my books that I sent to solittletime for her OBCZs. The books traveled miles t…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
Litte Rock, Arkansas / USA As escaped chimpanzee at the Little Rock Zoo raided a kitchen cupboard and did a little cleaning with a toilet brush before sedatives knocked her out on top of a refrigerator. The 120-pou…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago
~~~Happy Birthday to youuuu!~~~ ~~~Happy Birthday to youuuu!~~~ ~~~Happy Birthday dear Missterr Bo-oness!~~~ ~~~Happy Birthday to youuuu!~~~ :-) Whew, I did it! I made the monosyllabic word 'Bones' fit into a two…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
Andy's quote: "In the future everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes" And he never said that there was a limit of one per person. Cheers to many more. Have a beautiful weekend as well.

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
What *is* going on with the weather?!? A tornado in London? Does London normally get tornados even during the warmer months? A tornado touched down here on Friday at about 11.40 am. In the morning the weather was a…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
Hi, I Didn't think so many people would respond to what people politely call my quirkiness. I hope my reply isn't too late in the life of this thread. @ AwesomeAud: I've heard bad seats called the nosebleed section,…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 8 replies
Regarding your reference to Doc Holiday and the lewd chippie sans corset. I hate to admit it, but I say the word lewd - it's never far from surface of my pool of everyday vocabulary. It's one of those great words that …

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
The term Security Blanket as I know it is rooted in the work of Charles Schultz (1922-2000). He is a beloved American cartoonist who created, wrote and illustrated the cartoon strip Peanuts for over 50 years. Even afte…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 5 replies
Hi Haywire, I'm a member of a online photo hosting site and my screenname there is very similiar to here. Recently someone wrote a nice reply to a comment that I left on one their photos and said that they would have s…

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
I'm always mindful that BC is an international community and couldn't help to notice a few threads with inquiries about today's US national Thanksgiving holiday. This made me curious about this topic -- do you have any …

SecurityBlanket 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
BC has a patron saint? I hope this isn't a stupid question, but could someone please explain this to me -- I obviously missed something along the way. Not all of us across the pond are passed out from gluttony, so I'm…

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