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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 08:40am on 23/02/2012 under
OK. I somehow went a week without going to the gym.  Saturday work, followed by a late night out, some tasty beverages made Sunday AM workout beyond my reach.

But I am back today. I did 30 minutes on the upright elliptical.  I am up 1 lb. I understand this is a process and have not thrown in the towel.  Hopefully next week will be back to where I was.
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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 07:35am on 11/11/2010
It is Veteran's Day

Thank you to all who've served and deep thanks to those gave the ultimate sacrifice. 
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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 07:59am on 05/11/2010
To the dear [ profile] sabrinamari 

May all the blessings you want for yourself and others come to fruition!
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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 01:16pm on 03/10/2010
Originally posted by [ profile] neo_prodigy at Spirit Day
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Originally posted by [ profile] beren_writes at LJ Facebook/Twitter work around to get rid of the annoying boxes
stolen from [ profile] pombagira who pulled it from someone else who pulled it from yet another person :) Yes, this is signal boosting.

Passing this along from my flist.

Thanks to [ profile] midniterose, here is how to stop the crossposting of comments/entries from LJ to sites like Facebook:

There is a way to disable everything. Here is what you have to do:

1. Go to your "Journal" menu, and select "Journal Style"
2. To the right, you'll see what theme you're using, with a link stating "Customize Your Theme". Click that link.
3. Scroll down a little ways, and you'll see that on the left side of your screen, you have multiple options to modify your theme. Click on the "Custom CSS" link, and it should load the options for doing Custom CSS.
4. From here, all you have to do is go to the "Custom Stylesheet", and put in that line.

.b-repost-item {display:none}

once you have it pasted in there, save changes.

Feel free to PASS THIS ON!!

ETA: This prevents the "repost to FB/Twitter" ticky boxes from being displayed when someone comments on one of your posts. It seems to work, UNLESS the person is viewing your page in their own journal style, in which case it might not work.

ETA2: Inserting the code below in your custom CSS box reportedly works for more kinds of journal styles, including custom ones (this courtesy of xnguard):

.b-repost-item, FORM#qrform > TABLE[style="border: 1px solid black;"]:last-child TD[style="vertical-align: top; text-align: right;"]:first-child { display: none !important; }

Having stolen all of this, I FINALLY understand a friend's post. If this doesn't work on MY LJ, I state here, don't report whatever ramblings I may choose to post.

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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 08:38am on 10/08/2010
[ profile] onyxtwilight 

Looking forward to talking at IG.
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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 02:23pm on 17/07/2010

It's not an innocent meme - not only does it not match your writing style to some famous author's, it's free publicity for a vanity press, and not even a semi-decent vanity press (I know, I know, is there such a creature? Why, yes, the ones that admit up front they are vanity presses. That doesn't mean they are legit publishers, just honest about what they offer), but a sleazy formerly Christian vanity press. What is it with Christians suddenly doing all these sleazy things?

Time was, you could at least trust that most Christians were decent human beings. Now, you have to check the backgrounds of all of them because the ones you thought you could trust? You can't. And the ones that look maybe a bit sleazy? Those are good people. Sometimes.

Anyway, Making Light has the low down on this one.

They don't need the free publicity.

gakked mostly  in total from [ profile] ebonypearl 

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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 10:37am on 04/07/2010
[ profile] tigira 

Much love and joy to you!
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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 09:15pm on 02/07/2010

A lot of this is common sense but I thought I'd pass it on...

TUCSON, Ariz. – Reusable grocery bags, which are being widely touted in the growing "green" movement, can serve as a breeding ground for dangerous food-borne bacteria and pose a serious public health risk, according to a joint food-safety research study issued on June 24 by University of Arizona (Tucson) and Loma Linda University (Loma Linda, Calif.) researchers.


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posted by [personal profile] arielmn at 11:03am on 27/06/2010
[ profile] willowoak Much love, dear heart and many happy returns of the day!


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