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Valos Cor
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Hey everyone! I'm back! This time I hope I stay for more than one post
« on: June 08, 2011, 07:14:08 am »

I'm not sure if any of you missed me, considering how I don't really stick around much I guess...things have been so busy you know?  Now that it is summer, I expect to spend a LOT more time on here again.  I am not sure what I'd do though except lurk around and reply to others, especially the Project 6014 mod.  Apparently, JudgeYohance likes to throw water  balloons once a month to pull back a response from Cedric6014 if he thinks he might be gone Tongue.  Could someone do the same thing with me?  I know it is probably a lot to ask, though it is just an email to me or something like once a fortnight of inactivity or something... my attention wonders, no, not as in "oh look there is a butterfly!" (that seems almost cliche [weird looking "e"] but perhaps on a longer-term basis.


Valos Cor,

P.S.  perhaps I'll just stick a sticky-note on my monitor.

P.P.S.  In case you were wondering, the only reason I had a "signature" was so that P.S. didn't look un-p s (not-post script)
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I'm the kind of person that uses Linux and seems to be a very literate adult but has no idea how to do anything code-wise beyond basic stuff.(such as su -<password> yum install uqm) Except I didn't install UQM that way...I used Add/Remove Software...
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