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So, I found this guy playing South Lake Tahoe this afternoon in the rain, and he's RFG. 
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He plays all those instruments.
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For me, this is the most nostalgic song. Also, did you ever notice that TLC copied Bananarama's choreographic themes? I never noticed that before today. 
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Thesis: Level 20 capstone are somewhat over-rated, you are more likely to get mileage out of a level 10 milestone. 
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Yep, of course you would get more mileage out of a level 10 capstone.

1. You get it at 10th, instead of the rarely-reached 20th
2. After get it at 10th, you get to use it for 11 levels if you complete 20th, while the 20th-level capstone you get to use for only one level.
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Martha Stewart Living 9 Cube - sounds like a Kirby/Lee character, doesn't it?
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The biggest thing since WWIII
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I love this cartoon!
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I'm having trouble getting Signature Field to work. It's kind of a ghost ship at this point. The problem seems to be some update to webform that caused the previous accepted fixes to stop working. When I try to add a signature field on a webform, I get an error:
Notice: Undefined index: extra in webform_component_edit_form() (line 449 of /usr/home/nmbtf/public_html/www/sites/all/modules/contrib/webform/includes/webform.components.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: extra in webform_component_edit_form() (line 552 of /usr/home/nmbtf/public_html/www/sites/all/modules/contrib/webform/includes/webform.components.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: extra in webform_component_edit_form() (line 562 of /usr/home/nmbtf/public_html/www/sites/all/modules/contrib/webform/includes/webform.components.inc).
Notice: Undefined index: extra in webform_component_edit_form() (line 568 of /usr/home/nmbtf/public_html/www/sites/all/modules/contrib/webform/includes/webform.components.inc).
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+RJ Grady the libraries structure have change (I believe) and for that reason you are getting this error. Comment #7 explain gives you an idea of how to fix this issue. I would write a patch to fix this issue. Sometime during the weekend.

I have been talking to the original author of this module to release a version for Webform 4x. Since webform 3x is not longer going to have new features.
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I'm pushing this out here for Eric Lofgren. He's a fantastic artist and a good guy who's trying out some different things with his illustration business. It occurred to me that his work might be of interest to people in this community, as he does phenomenal work in ink. You should definitely check out his owlbear, along with a number of strange creatures. 
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So, let's say someone were hypothetically putting together a setting minibook, and one of the options they were exploring was a fairy race. How disruptive would you consider it to have a flying race as a basic option?
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If flight is partially magic assisted you could easily invent a altitude restriction, and could restrict the number of rounds they can fly by treating it like running perhaps.

If tiny you can rive them a reach of 0' so they will tend to prompt attacks of opportunity. A faerie lance might grant it 5' reach so they could actually attack squares next to them.

If you are concerned with their abusing invisibility, you could have them naturally glow like a candle when awake. Invisibility does not conceal light.
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with banjos, etc. 
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I know I've heard them here before.
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I want to be able to choose the order the classes are placed in. For instance, the state coordinator should go first, but alphabetically, goes second. Is there an easy way to control this behavior in Views?
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If the client is doing the ordering, then Draggable Views is easiest for them to manage - it enables them to see the order and sort it all on one screen. In one view, you can create a "manage" page or block which contains the draggable view (DV), then create a public display that uses the DV sort order.
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Wait, what? What does this mean?
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Ah, PayPal, you want the rights to whatever I send to you it will cost you. My charge is $100.00 per word, payable immediately. You will deposit the money to my account immediately upon my posting anything on your site. Until this is done everything and anything I send to you remains mine under the Berne Convention.
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Nothing fancy, but efficient service and good food. We had the pizza, which was not amazing but had a good medium crust and really hit the spot. They serve sandwiches on French bread made in-house. My only complaint would be the stingy drink refills. Wholeheartedly recommended if you'd rather avoid Denny's or bar food.
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As of some unknown date recently, they close early, which means there is no longer any reason to go there.
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The second worst oil change of my life. First, they tried to convince me to change the serpentine belt, which is only a year old. Then, they wanted to change the cabin air filter. I told them that there was debris in the system from one of the vent air filters breaking down, so I didn't want to do it unless they could also vacuum out the system. They were not able to do that, but asked me two more times about the cabin air filter. Then, they carefully put the cabin air filter back in, taking care not to remove a stray pine needle and a dead leaf from the filter. They didn't even brush away the dead leaves next to the panel they opened. This is by far the most passive-aggressive experience I have ever had. There was also a leak in the windshield wiper fluid, causing the fluid to all dribble out while I watched. I asked about it, and the guy literally just shrugged, as if it were strange I wanted to know what was leaking. So, I drove home, and when I got home, decided to take a closer look at the serpentine belt and the window wiper fluid bulb. But after popping the hood, I went around pulled on the hood release, which came off in my hand without resistance. Even though the material was not even brittle, it was clearly broken, and the last time the hood was opened was when I added some antifreeze a month or two ago. So I went back and complained about the broken hood latch. They argued with me about it, tried to claim I broke it myself, and then reviewed the camera footage, which showed the service tech struggling to figure out the latch. We argued some more, and they hauled out the poor service tech guy, who swore he didn't break it. When asked what happened, he described popping the trunk, then pushing the latch in and pulling it. Problem is, the latch doesn't push in. It's just a two finger handle you pull. Despite this admission, all I got was that a regional manager would review the camera video and call me back. If they will agree to pay for the damage, I might consider raising my review from 1 to 2 stars. After all, its not the problem, it's how you handle the problem that matters. I don't feel like anyone there cared at all. If they don't take care of the repair, and it turns out to be expensive, I may consider legal action.
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