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Help! Somehow, my formatting on Extreme Paranormal has been corrupted. The double spaced type (?? wtf!) has totally screwed up the clean, black background that went all the way through and now there's a huge, white void in the middle. I can't seem to fix it. "The episode guide" has been pushed down, blah blah blah. I'm looking at the code and there's no difference between the first section and others that have the proper line height. I'm SO confused! --DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  15:06, June 9, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, come back just to complain. Why not drop your facebook snake-pit and come back here? Aside from that, hi, good to "see" you. I noticed that the feature template on your page has red links on it. Does that mean anything to the code? Also, some bot semi-protected all feature pages for all-time to come, maybe that juggled the works. Aside from that, ask your facebook buddies. Leaving us high and dry (high, fine, dry, nah) for months at a time. /sobs uncontrollably Aleister 16:01
Funny thing is I have all the time in the world to create right now but I'm still in a "bad place" mentally - totally insecure about $$. I barely post on FB these days as well. I had to cancel my TV service so the comp is now my TV. I could go without it but not the Mrs. We still have our digital antenna, so I pray for a marathon of something good on ANT TV to get quality hours in on the comp. Audio production is hitting a wall too. Total 100% sobriety has never been my cup of tea either. Oh, what sad times are these when passing ruffians can say Ni at will to old ladies.....--DRStrangesig5 Sherman Fingertalk  06:19, June 10, 2011 (UTC)
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