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Comment on APA 6th Edition Paper Template for Apple Pages (iWork) by Ryan

Mon, 08 Jan 2018 04:01:06 +0000

Thank you!!! This was a huge help!

Comment on Back When Anchorage was Cool by Lenny Horton

Sat, 25 Nov 2017 06:34:34 +0000

Hey Crystal I still remember y'all playing great music and and that back then you were working for us in your pajamas like a bunch of the other folks! I stay in touch with Rick Brooks and Ben balivet somewhat and Jason Agron who used to play drums for a couple different bands. I was out with Jason and ran across some of the other kids (you are all still kids to me I'm 60 now haha) from TS Scream and a few other bands. I was coming up to Anchorage a lot of the Summers but went down to Texas to take care of my mom who passed away but then I got a bunch of concussions from working and dealing with neck and memory problems but hope to make it back there one of these Summers! If you come across this again find me on Facebook and I'll try to find you if you want- I really liked yalls music and was happy to be part of making a place for what I considered a lot of really talented folks to play! take care, Lenny Horton

Comment on Moving to Ellensburg, Part III by Meak

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 03:19:38 +0000

Andrew took over a thousand dollars from me. He claimed the carpet was ruined (it wasn't) there was black mold that caused me to become sick, coughing, my boyfriend was also sick. There was spiders and bugs, infested, mites that we are still dealing with. The front door came completely off the hinges, so we weren't protected at all. The fan in the bathroom didn't work at all which is illegal, no kitchen ventilation, huge kitchen window wasn't sealed, rotting wood with tons of flies and bugs coming in from it. When I'd ask for a repair guy or anyone to fix it, it would take two weeks or more. The windows in my bedroom were single pane, so if the wind blew, it blew the curtains and the entire bedroom was freezing in the winter or extremely hot in the summer. He also threw away my lamp and other furniture I told him I was going to get when I moved out. Let me make this clear for anyone: DONT RENT WITH ANDREW HE IS THE WORST LANDLORS I'VE EVER HAD.

Comment on DVD/Blu-Ray conversion with text soft subs on Mac OS X by Edwin

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:50:49 +0000

Hi djwudi, I just tried to to do this thing in Subler but what I get as a result is not a .m4v file (though a tiny) .mp4 file - with .m4v not being available in the list of formats. If I then load it into Subler again, the format displayed in the list is VobSub (or Tx3g when "convert VobSub to Tx3g" is checke in th Preferences). But with neither of the two formats in the list I can export it as anything at all, as File > Export remains grayed out. Any idea what might be wrong or what I can do?

Comment on Goodbye Uncle Bud by Jeff DuBois

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 01:02:24 +0000

We just lost our elderly Uncle Bud. He and I were on our new patio having a campfire. He decided to go in the house. He stumbled and fell backwards. I tried to break his fall, but I was too far away. He went through my hands. He went through surgery well but later died from complications. I am so sorry Uncle Bud. I failed you. Please forgive me.

Comment on What the heck is this from? by MATTHEW R ROUNDTREE

Sat, 30 Sep 2017 02:28:12 +0000

Riding in a dangerous airplane for the war, must have seemed a much worse Idea than the "safe" trains of the time... Plus most trains were taken as transport for furlough or medical discharge...

Comment on Back When Anchorage was Cool by ian wallace

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 23:14:53 +0000

funny. i lived in Anchorage from 91 to 96. i was at the underground the night Monson was killed, well, assaulted with a box cutter not a knife. i had broken up a fight between him and his assailant just a bit before the whole thing went down. Monson had bought a beer to replace the one he had spilled, and make an apology. a real tragedy. my landlord at the time was the head of the public defenders office at the time, and the kid got years for manslaughter. i also knew the spatula city crew, having maxed out some credit cards in support of the project. lastly, I knew a bunch of the people mentioned here, but yeah, Billy Rasey RIP, i lived in Portland (still do) when he died, was pretty tight with his roommate when it happened. drank with that crew the day it happened.

Comment on APA 6th Edition Paper Template for Apple Pages (iWork) by Ismael Rumzan

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 09:39:09 +0000

Very useful, thank you!

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Wed, 28 Jun 2017 19:35:00 +0000

You must be a fool. You will reap what you sow.

Comment on Back When Anchorage was Cool by Christine

Sat, 17 Jun 2017 21:20:44 +0000

I was a DJ at KRUA in 1996 - had a punk show wednesdays 10pm - 1am called Stop, Drop and Roll; which was a reference to Dan Mohr's and Sam Trout's punk show there before mine called Duck and Cover. I was in a short-lived punk band named Nowhere Fast and used to put out a feminist punk zine called Whoremoanz. Haha - those were the days. It was a fun underground punk scene back then.