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It gitted him in truble.
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Episode:   Hind-Sight, season 6           Screen Capture from:  lolmac

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idlewild_ From: idlewild_ Date: 3rd May 2011 14:32 (UTC) (Link)
I hope that's tied in an invisible Windsor knot.
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 4th May 2011 02:44 (UTC) (Link)
As long as it isn't an invisble clip-on.
idlewild_ From: idlewild_ Date: 4th May 2011 03:04 (UTC) (Link)
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 4th May 2011 04:01 (UTC) (Link)
Eeek!

It could be an invisible ascot for all we know . . .
lothithil From: lothithil Date: 3rd May 2011 17:27 (UTC) (Link)
Hmmm.... yesss....
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 4th May 2011 02:45 (UTC) (Link)
*g*
thothmes From: thothmes Date: 4th May 2011 01:51 (UTC) (Link)
*sigh* Lets try this comment again! Lately my comments keep getting lost in the stratosphere somewhere before they get to where they are supposed to go. Much re-typing and re-composing!

Anyway, that's one W--I--I--I--D--E tie!

Speaking of invisibel clothing, I have a story to share...

A few years ago I came across a story posted on FF.net that the author said was inspired by a picture of RDA that she had run across. She would post a link to the picture at the end, so we could all see and enjoy. I read the story. I pasted and edited the link and substituted "." for where she had put "dot" so the link would work. I pressed enter, and then while I waited for the page to load, I went off and dealt with some e-mail. Turns out the picture was of RDA wearing a tight t-shirt and his underwear. Not boxers. Now although the shot is relaxed and candid, there was no way that he did not pose for that photo. It reveals nothing that you could not see on any beach, indeed given that there was a t-shirt, it revealed less. So did I react as any female admirer of the male form should? Well, yeah actually, a little. Around the edges. The main part of me though, was busy back-buttoning while (mentally) blurting out "Oh! Mr. Anderson! I am so sorry!" as if I were female SGC personnel entering the locker room during the women's hour without checking the door sign, and unexpectedly discovering that I'd walked in on him. Human socialization is a strange and unexpectedly powerful thing!
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 4th May 2011 02:46 (UTC) (Link)
LOL . . oh, my . . .

BTW, the sequel to "The Cat Came Back" is proceeding apace, and I hope to finish it this weekend. However, it has done what fic all too often does in my hands: it has developed a Plot. Be warned.
thothmes From: thothmes Date: 4th May 2011 03:10 (UTC) (Link)
Yay, plot!

I like plot. I just have a little problem with...


Well, you get the idea.

I'll be looking forward to it.
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 4th May 2011 03:59 (UTC) (Link)
A little problem with . . . ? *too many possibilities for me to even begin to guess*

On a completely different topic: if you're running Firefox, try installing an add-on called Lazarus Form Recovery. It might help with the Infuriating Vanishing Comments. And it has a cute little ankh icon.
thothmes From: thothmes Date: 4th May 2011 04:15 (UTC) (Link)
*too many possibilities for me to even begin to guess*

Yep. That's because I drew a blank and couldn't come up with anything particularly witty or true, so I decided to leave it to your fertile imagination. All I really wanted out of it was the Jack-in-Children-of-the-Gods allusion to properly convey the tone of "Oh, I like..."

Although I am aware of many benefits of Firefox, I find that it drives me nuts because when I copy something to archive it on my hard drive, it loses all the formatting (such as italicising, bold type, etc.) and I've never located the add-on that will preserve that. So I use clunky and irritating old IE. I'll be sure to add Lazarus Form Recovery to our copy of Firefox though, so the other users around here can benefit! Thanks for the tip.

lolmac From: lolmac Date: 4th May 2011 04:29 (UTC) (Link)
Ah, true. Firefox is not a good platform when what you want to do is grab content off the internet and save it off the internet. It's also lousy when the content being grabbed is an image.

But I adore it for plain browsing, because with AdBlock and a couple of other sweet little add-ons, it means no ads and no nasty malware.

You can try IE Tab (a Firefox add-on), which toggles you in and out of IE on an individual tab, while still actually in FF. If that doesn't work, well . . . honestly, when I want to capture something off the net (usually a screen capture), I open IE, copy and paste the URL from FF to IE, get what I want, then close IE and go back to Firefox.
thothmes From: thothmes Date: 4th May 2011 04:41 (UTC) (Link)
Three out of four Thothmes offspring prefer Firefox for their browsing needs (and the Whirlwind, at 8, has not yet discovered the delights of the internet, being too busy with computer games just now). I've tried IE Tab, and no joy on the burn.

Not complainin'. I just thought you might want to know in a purely informational sense.
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