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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    Ash certainly makes me warm all over. I can't get enough ash either, now that you mentioned it Ignited by friction.

    I looked at the site and was looking for Morning Wood, but the site is not in English.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    I looked at the site and was looking for Morning Wood, but the site is not in English.
    Sometimes you can find morning wood if you look for it before you empty your bladder. If not, sometimes your better half can find some. That site is in Germany; I've seen lots of nice Ash there, but it was in the city, not in the woods. OK, I've said enough about firewood here. I'm busy helping the wife change and wash out the kitty litter boxes. Always fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    Sometimes you can find morning wood if you look for it before you empty your bladder. If not, sometimes your better half can find some. That site is in Germany; I've seen lots of nice Ash there, but it was in the city, not in the woods. OK, I've said enough about firewood here. I'm busy helping the wife change and wash out the kitty litter boxes. Always fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    Make sure to save the Tootsie Rolls.
    I said enough on this already Don. Don't trick me into getting banned here over firewood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    I said enough on this already Don. Don't trick me into getting banned here over firewood.

    I have a ash tree in the back that fell over, from old age I guess.

    I thought they made baseball bats out of it.

    Never thought that is was good firewood.

    I may have to try it, when it gets a little cooler here.


    Not sure why you would get banned, What have you done wrong now ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    I have a ash tree in the back that fell over, from old age I guess.

    I thought they made baseball bats out of it.

    Never thought that is was good firewood.

    I may have to try it, when it gets a little cooler here.


    Not sure why you would get banned, What have you done wrong now ?
    Baseball bats are made from hickory no?
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    I was getting a Nginx error again today.

    Looks like a proxy problem causing the bad gateway error.
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    I just got it too.
    I had to use cCleaner on my browser history to clear it.

    I don't think they have changed the other RAID drive yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    I just got it too.
    I had to use cCleaner on my browser history to clear it.

    I don't think they have changed the other RAID drive yet.

    It cleaned itself here.

    By the time you cleaned it, it was working again.

    Could be a drive problem, and raid fixed it.

    The log should tell. Before I would blame it on a drive I would check the system memory.


    Good Luck. Thanks for the great site.
    Last edited by DonL; 08-23-2013 at 12:14 PM.
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    Terry,

    I notice You made changes to the site.

    Very Nice.

    I want to give you a Tip.


    Keep up the good work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    Terry,

    I notice You made changes to the site.

    Very Nice.

    I want to give you a Tip.


    Keep up the good work.
    A farmer once gave me a tip; he said "plant your corn early".
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    A farmer once gave me a tip; he said "plant your corn early".

    I gave up on growing corn years ago.

    It was costing about $200 to do it right, to get $20 worth of corn.

    Now I buy Frozen corn, the good fresh corn, is hard to fine.

    You can save your Corn Cobs just in case you run out of Toilet paper.


    With the cost of Toilet paper now a days, I may have to start growing Corn again.
    Last edited by DonL; 08-26-2013 at 06:55 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    I gave up on growing corn years ago.

    It was costing about $200 to do it right, to get $20 worth of corn.

    Now I buy Frozen corn, the good fresh corn, is hard to fine.

    You can save your Corn Cobs just in case you run out of Toilet paper.


    With the cost of Toilet paper now a days, I may have to start growing Corn again.
    Costco's Kirkland 1000: its not expensive, but it feels like your using corncobs. Too many TV commercials these days on toilet paper, and now wipes to "keep your Bum happy" or make your "hiney smiley"

    Amazing how we change subjects here, but that's why they call it Surfing the net
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    Costco's Kirkland 1000: its not expensive, but it feels like your using corncobs. Too many TV commercials these days on toilet paper, and now wipes to "keep your Bum happy" or make your "hiney smiley"

    Amazing how we change subjects here, but that's why they call it Surfing the net

    You are correct.

    This thread has been off topic a few times.

    502 bad gateways suck.

    Terry needs to make him a custom 502 error message.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    502 bad gateways suck.
    Terry needs to make him a custom 502 error message.
    Yeah, sorry about the 502 gateway error earlier. Backing up the database can take a minute or two. I was trying to make sure an automated daily backup script would be able to back up the database to an offsite server properly. Seems to have worked though. As for the custom 502 error message, I completely agree. Some new error pages would be great. Especially during backups which would be happening once every night at around midnight.

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