Discussion in 'Drama Llama Holding Pen' started by bengunn, Jan 16, 2013.
Is there a way to tell if that is true? If true, why that is happening?
You must be able to remember what you wrote and point out what is missing.
But I'm pretty sure
Lum doesn't remove post unless they're in gross violation of forum rules and if that was the case a PM or a ban would surely follow. Since you're still posting, I guess you're mistaken... Or some bug has taken your post.
If you accidentally write your post using lemon juice, it will appear to be missing until you hold a candle up to it. I think I learned that in a Trixie Belden book, or maybe Encyclopedia Brown.
I thnk soe of y ltters ar beng rmoed. I thr ny wy to tll? Wh s tis hpning?
No, but perhaps I should start?
Can you start with this thread?
Solving that one mystery where you have to recognize that Bugs Meany couldn't have taken his pocket knife out of his left pocket was pretty much the proudest moment of my 9-year-old life.
Have you been doing some musical hacking?
I sometimes post in between calls in my office and get side tracked. A lot of the times I delete it and come back later. It was a particularly distracting morning and I thought I posted some things I must not have. I was pretty sure a warning or infraction occurs with a message when a line is crossed and wasn't sure where to ask if this was true. Thank you for the replies
I was just talking to someone about Encyclopedia Brown series yesterday and they had never heard of the books. I hadn't thought of the series for at least a decade and here Superjay posts the cover of one.
I LOVED Encyclopedia Brown when I was a kid. Unlike
SuperJay, I'm not sure I was smart enough to solve any of the mysteries before reading the ending.
Like these, perhaps?
Encyclopedia Brown is outdated. This modern age needs Wikipedia Brown.
(Read the whole thing, it is great. And by our very own
Adam Cadre !)
I never liked Encyclopedia Brown, but I loved the Two Minute Mysteries series of books.
I wonder if posts vanishing is some kind of scheme by Candlejack to mess with
That is fucking awesome.
Great, now I have the Jim Croce song stuck in my head.
Good gosh, Jerri, I thought I was the only one in the world who read those Trixie Belden books. Whenever I bring them up, people unfailingly say "you mean Nancy Drew?"
Those poor, poor souls. I always identified with Trixie Belden because she was a bit of a tomboy. Nancy Drew was too girly for me.
I will not click on that fan fiction button. I will not click on that fan fiction button.
Yeah, I was huge tomboy growing up, so I identified with Trixie. I remember while I was reading the series I took to calling strange things "queer," like Trixie did (in the 1950s, I now realize) and my brother pulled me aside and informed me that "queer" meant guys who wanted to marry guys instead of girls. I was a little baffled, but suddenly that line from Spartacus about snails and oysters made more sense. Also, our neighbor's son Richard. Nice guy, Richard. I always wonder if he ended up going into interior decorating like he planned.
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