Discussion in 'Guest Services and Announcements' started by MystikPiglit, Feb 4, 2009.
Hmmm... I can't get the DHS link to work.
Try it again. I made a minor change.
Hopefully that will fix it. Let me know if it works now.
Tom (of the working link. He hopes!)
Thanks for those, they're excellent.
I miss the days when I could fix things by hitting them....
Just follow my adage....
"If it jams... force it. If it breaks... well... it needing replacing anyway."
And remember... there is nothing that can't be fixed with a larger inertial alignment tool!
Tom (keeper of the inertial alignment tools)
Are YOU the one who taught that to my husband
Naw... not me. It's a genetic thing with guys. We just automatically know this stuff.
Tom (a walking, talking, genetic anomaly)
Uhhhhh...not just guys...
And gals.... my first choice is always... 'hit it with a hammer'.
Indeed! If that doesn't fix it, then give it a good old whallop with the flat side of the butcher knife. That'll cure nearly anything.
I'm mentally building a list of folks on this forum never allowed near my computers or cameras
I once had the sweetest little Tink watch. The back had been taken off to replace the battery and wouldn't go back on.
I tried to persuade it with a hammer, which resulted in the arms of Tink (the second and hour hands) falling off, and the back being rather dented.
The look on Herself's face when she realized how I had tried to "fix" the watch was priceless. "You REALLY thought that whacking it with a HAMMER was going to HELP?!"
I'm not laughing at you, really I'm not
I'm right in thinking Herself is going to be doing the upgrade on the iMac not you right? < he says nervously >
I'm not allowed near big knives...
Oh yes, Keith. I may be allowed to stand off to the side and murmur appreciatively, but I'll not be allowed to touch the tools or the iMac. I would be very, very careful, I promise!
I own a sledgehammer.
Apparently I'm good with a bow and arrow....will that help with anything?
Ummm...that's a new one....
Ummm.... where were we?
Oh, yes. Music and sounds from Disneyworld/Land/Sea, et. al.
In the "for what it's worth" department.
I've always been a huge fan of the kind of turn of the century music you always hear on Main Street.
Well, I just stumbled across the fact that most of that music is being supplied by a group called the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra. Their website is here.
One of their albums, "The Whistler and his Dog" is the source of much of the Main Street area music that we all know and love! If you're interested, it's also available on iTunes here.
Tom macwave:... listening to happy little tunes!)
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