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    Quote Originally Posted by dinnermint View Post
    Dang, you caught me!
    A confession! I never thought it would be you. Of all people
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    Quote Originally Posted by S0LITARYS0LDIER View Post
    A confession! I never thought it would be you. Of all people
    Mwaaaahahahaha, my evil plan is coming together!

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    It's a conspiracy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S0LITARYS0LDIER View Post
    I've been trying to reply to a certain thread and have been getting a message saying that I am forbidden to post a new reply on this server.

    Who forbid me?
    This is a long-time issue with vBulletin. Specifically, vBulletin seems to "time out" after a certain period when one is logged-in -- it only happens during a longer session, when I might be logged-in and reading a lot of posts, and when/if I choose to reply to one, WHAM! I get the "forbidden to post" message. My solution is, when I log-in, to check the "Remember Me?" box (it's counter-intuitive -- at least, to me -- I thought it referred to having my browser record the username/password pair for the site; instead, it seems to over-ride the built-in/default time-out setting). Go ahead... try it.
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    FME, It only happens as the admins are snatching your browsing history.
    It won't take long....Completely painless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Utopian View Post
    It's a conspiracy!

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    Black OPS I tell Ya.....
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    What brand of tinfoil is best for tinfoil hats???


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    Quote Originally Posted by rodb View Post
    What brand of tinfoil is best for tinfoil hats???
    Reynolds of course!
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    Nothing to see here.

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    Thanks.......the Dollar store brand doesn't work well for hats..............


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    Reynolds of course!
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    I find if I layer it with wax paper it is more effective. That way you get the insulation between the layers, and if they are not shorting against one another you can get much better protection with a lighter and sleeker looking hat.
    It's not what you know, it's who you take fishing!

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