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basso

Ship’s Crypt Keeper
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Your new title suits you, Charlotte.

b.

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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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I was feeling a little bit odd about it because, while I have been a part of many denominations in my life, I've never been a Looteran.

But, hey, I'm rolling with it. [Biased]

Charlotte

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Sine Nomine

Ship's backstabbing bastard
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Am I correct that if any of us with new numbers are on people's buddy list, they need to update their list?

I seem to be missing a PM.

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pease
Tech Admin
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quote:
Originally posted by Sine Nomine:
Am I correct that if any of us with new numbers are on people's buddy list, they need to update their list?

Yes.
quote:
I seem to be missing a PM.
Ah - I've unlocked your old number so you can go and have a look for it.
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pease
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Note to all with (shiny) new numbers - even though your previous identity is now locked, people will still be able to send it PMs *unless* you set "Allow others to send you private messages" to "No" under you profile preferences...

Anyone else need to borrow the keys?

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Sine Nomine

Ship's backstabbing bastard
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Done. Thanks, Pease.

I wondered why nobody liked me any more. Was it something I said?

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Precious, Precious, Sweet, Sweet Daddy...

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pease
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Perish the thought!

#3631 is locked back up.

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Cranmer's baggage

Ship's Opinionated Dame
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[Hot and Hormonal] I thought I had everything sorted, so stopped checking this thread. Clean forgot about moving PMs and making sure no more go to old identity. [Help]

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pease
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That's quite all right.

#4937 re-opened for rummaging...

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Cranmer's baggage

Ship's Opinionated Dame
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Thanks Pease.
Housekeeping now finished, duster shaken over balcony, door closed quietly behind me.

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Eschew obfuscation!

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Pants

Emergency underwear
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Erm Pease, please can I do those things which I should've done too please! [Hot and Hormonal]

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I use £6m of military hardware to find hidden Tupperware in the woods.

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iGeek

Number of the Feast
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I failed to set that particular option as well. Apologies.
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pease
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No problem.

As one door closes, another two open:
#4937 locked again
#4487 & #3207 now unlocked

Amazing how quickly the cobwebs start appearing...

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iGeek

Number of the Feast
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Thank you kindly. Sorted.
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jedijudy

Organist of the Jedi Temple
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Pease, may I please also finish up that little bit of business? [Hot and Hormonal]

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pease
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OK - #1059 open.
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Pants

Emergency underwear
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Done. Thank you. You 're a very nice man )or woman). A very very nice man (or womam). [Smile]

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Many big thank yous to those who sponsored us.

I use £6m of military hardware to find hidden Tupperware in the woods.

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Duo Seraphim
Ubi caritas et amor
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quote:
Originally posted by pease:
OK - #1059 open.

Me too please pease.

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The Messiah, Peace be upon him, said to his Apostles: 'Verily, this world is merely a bridge, so cross over it, and do not make it your abode.' (Bihar al-anwar xiv, 319)

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jedijudy

Organist of the Jedi Temple
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<jj bows humbly to honorable pease...>

Thank you! I think I'm all moved out, now. [Tear]

Now...on to the rest of my life!! [Big Grin]

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Jasmine, little cat with a big heart.

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pease
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And the latest:
#3251 open
#4487, #3207 & #1059 locked

This avatar's called noah, but I think it looks like St Peter...

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Duo Seraphim
Ubi caritas et amor
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quote:
Originally posted by pease:
And the latest:
#3251 open
#4487, #3207 & #1059 locked

This avatar's called noah, but I think it looks like St Peter...

Very nice too, pease. Thanks - I've made the change.

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The Messiah, Peace be upon him, said to his Apostles: 'Verily, this world is merely a bridge, so cross over it, and do not make it your abode.' (Bihar al-anwar xiv, 319)

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pease
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Thank you - #3251 locked again.

<twirls keys round finger>

Any more for any more?

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JB

Independent Thinker
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quote:
Originally posted by pease:
Note to all with (shiny) new numbers - even though your previous identity is now locked, people will still be able to send it PMs *unless* you set "Allow others to send you private messages" to "No" under you profile preferences...

Anyone else need to borrow the keys?

Sorry, I was away. Can you reactivate 396 again for a bit starting on Saturday?
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pease
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OK. #396 is open once more.
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JB*

Horse marine
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Done. Everybody say goodbye to the horse.

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jlg

What is this place?
Why am I here?
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*sniffle* I'm gonna miss your horse, JB. *sniffle*
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Amazing Grace

High Church Protestant
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Yep.

Charlotte

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pease
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The stable door is closed.
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