June 27th, 2002
|09:41 pm - The Greatest Living Canadian|
It's going to take someone pretty special to beat Jay Lewis.
Listen to what he caught on tape and captured for me. It comes from the final of "Junkyard Wars"' third series in which contestant teams built life-sized remote controlled cars. Yes, I am very easily amused. However, so are you.
A profound thought struck me the other day. Making no gender implications, a weblog is the work of a craftsman whereas an online journal is the work of a performance artist. No idea whether it's got any basis in reality, but it seemed like a winner at the time.
Gol'durned LiveJournal server error. If anyone could explain to me how to get rid of the second half of this inadvertent double posting, that would be much appreciated. It might even mean that I could get rid of this apparent talking-to-myself comment.
Not that talking to yourself is a bad thing.
|Date:||June 29th, 2002 10:50 pm (UTC)|| |
deleting double posts
If you go to "Edit Entries" through the website or "View History" in the downloadable program, there's an option to delete entries. I don't know if you'll be able to delete just one (not sure how accidental double-posts happen), but it's worth checking into.
I'm Erin, by the way. *waves* hello! :)
Re: deleting double posts
Ooo ooo ooo, I get a chance to reply in the style of David Baddiel and Frank Skinner on early-'90s "Fantasy Football League", still the funniest thing that they've ever done. Always a bonus.
And this week, we'll be giving a big hello to... leiabelle
.FRANK, DAVID AND AUDIENCE: HELLO!
Thanks for kindly telling me how to do that. As you can see, I've decided not to get rid of the double posting. It can act as a visible deterrent to future hastiness. Your comments will come in very handy next time, though.
Much appreciated - thank 'ee!