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Here is a place for you to try out your new-found skills like posting in color and using different fonts. You can also ask questions here about learning to do these things or maybe you can help others who have a question. Anyway, I hope you have fun here, and maybe I can learn something too!! Enjoy! ~ Fran

Common Questions:

For Bold: type <B> to end: type </B>
For Italic: type <I> to end: type </I>
For single space lines: type <BR> to end: type </BR>
For changing font size: type <font size="+1"> (or whatever number you chose) to end: type </font>
For font color type <font color="#000066"> (or you can just say blue, red, etc or another color code) to end: type </font>



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Vittorio Torapfel - 08:58am Aug 6, 2009 PST(#4698 of 4707)
Fearing Island is mine...has been for 200 years...

www.fearingisland.net/clue7.html


Thomas Baxter - 04:12pm May 17, 2010 PST(#4699 of 4707)
John, unlike Sam, who had had 'had', had had 'had had'. 'Had had' had been the correct answer.

Underlining? Strike-out?


Thomas Baxter - 04:15pm May 17, 2010 PST(#4700 of 4707)
John, unlike Sam, who had had 'had', had had 'had had'. 'Had had' had been the correct answer.

Excellent! For underlines, it's a basic tag with 'u' and '/u'. For strike-out, it's 's' and '/s'.


Fran Hinkel - 02:57am May 18, 2010 PST(#4701 of 4707)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Fun playing around with, isn't it Thomas? I know there are a lot of posts here but it's a great source of information. If you are looking for something in particular, you can also do a search of the discussion. Just click the search button and type in the phrase or word. Check the Search This Location button and it will bring up a list of posts where your keyword is posted.


Thomas Baxter - 05:01am May 21, 2010 PST(#4702 of 4707)
John, unlike Sam, who had had 'had', had had 'had had'. 'Had had' had been the correct answer.

It's been a while since I've used a chat mechanism that will let me use all the HTML commands. Most of my past vices hobbies had some commands blocked.

It's cool to play with, I agree.


rubyj - 06:31pm Feb 21, 2011 PST(#4703 of 4707)
I confess...started using wrinkle cream and dyed my hair...now my face is darker and my hair is wrinkled...whassup with that?

((((((((Bella)))))))


Debra Tolbert - 10:36am Jul 31, 2012 PST(#4704 of 4707)

Hi My name is Debi and I would like some feedback on this query. Ella Emerson thought she knew what life was all about until the day she met the Devil. THE DEVIL'S PREY The cabin was overgrown with weeds, tangled with shrubbery set deep in the woods hidden from the world. He was dragging her up the cracked cobblestone path toward the warped door of the cabin waving the wicked looking pistol around like a conductor with a baton. A flock of crows rose up from a nearby tree. Khaa! Khaa! Cowp! Cowp! Cowp! Fear ripped through her heart like a demon with claws. Sweat had molded her hair to her scull and dripped down her face, stinging her eyes. Eyes like a feral animal.


White Tornado - 04:07pm Jul 31, 2012 PST(#4705 of 4707)
(8@D)======> The WINDS of change are inevitable...but then...so is the Power of Love......TORNADO WARNING: Some people are sheltered,,,,,, and then,,,,,, I unshelter them

Hi Debi, welcome to MN.
I am a bit confused by your term of choice. Query infers you are about to present one or more questions you wish to be answered. Howev you seem to have provided an intro to The Devil's Prey, yet a google search finds there is no mention of an Ella Emerson in the 2001 story.

Thus my query is what are your intentions in providing the above story intro? Do you wish to know how it works as an opener? Does it pique our interest? Do you want to know if we would like to read more? Is it your own story?

Then please say so. We invite new writers to come by and work well to encourage fresh inspirations. We are a cyber family here. And just like your own family and asking their honest input we ask that you be honest with us.


rubyj - 09:57pm Jul 31, 2012 PST(#4706 of 4707)
I confess...started using wrinkle cream and dyed my hair...now my face is darker and my hair is wrinkled...whassup with that?

Agree...not sure what the query is at this point.


Fran Hinkel - 08:08am Aug 3, 2012 PST(#4707 of 4707)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Or why it is in this lcoation, lol!

We are glad to have you here, Debi. Do look at the side bar for possible places you would want to post about this, depending on what feedback you are looking for - your own writing? If so, you can click the link for Mysteries by Members which will take you a number of discussions dedicated to writing. You may find a more appropriate spot for your inquiry.

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