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I apologize for the downtime. We had some issues with the update that caused the site to be down longer than I hoped for. The incompatibility issue is resolved for now, and we are back to normal. 

 

Steve 

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Funky goings on right now Steve.  Cookie yea/nay bottom banner, no login response.  
 

Also, the unread button on the bottom and the “show all responses thing” upper RH corner prompts a blank screen.

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Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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39 minutes ago, resra said:

Pheeew.... I almost dialed the AA hotline for withdraw!

Yeah, me too.  It scares me when this happens.  Thanks Steve!!

 

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1973 Chamonix # 2589243 Katrina Victim, formerly in the good sawzall hands of Baikal.2002 and gone to heaven.

1973 Inka # 2587591 purchased from Mike McCurdy, Dec 2007

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1 hour ago, jgerock said:

Funky goings on right now Steve.  Cookie yea/nay bottom banner, no login response.  
 

Also, the unread button on the bottom and the “show all responses thing” upper RH corner prompts a blank screen.

 

Not seeing the Cookie Banner problem. We have to implement a new one due to rule changes. So that is fun.

 

I documented the Unred Content as a bug, you can still get to all of that by going to Activities and use the top one.

 

Steve 

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Whew. Didnt realize how much I rely on this site! That was tough.

I tried messaging someone and it said they didnt/couldnt receive messages. I had received other messages from same person before. I could reply to one of those old messages just fine though. Not sure if that's a bug.

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I had to resort to upping the xanax quantity when I didn't get my daily 02 fix.... left with an absence I tried to repair a defunct tach...

Lots of little curly wires 😌.

Glad you're back! 

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it was so bad I (shudder) checked the facebutt page to see if there was an announcement...

 

Thanks, Steve!

 

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Scared the bejeezes out of me too! Thought the site was kaput forever......

There is a god. 

Canceling my psychiatrist appointments. 

Stopped my Drizly order.... sort of....

Still ate my pint of Ben and Jerry's tho. Hard to pass on comfort food. 

Whew! 

Cheers! 

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Lose: What happens when you are spell check dependent.

 

1975 Malaga. It is rusty but runs. Just like me. 

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