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Dale Hodgins has returned .

 
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For almost a year I had login problems. I was also extremely busy with demolition and other projects, and just didn't have time to deal with it. Turns out it was a simple matter of the machinery using my first and last name without capitals, as I have done before. I'm obviously a computer whiz.

This is Lloyd, my friends cat. You could take a thousand pictures and not get one quite like this. He was about to jump.
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The system is letting me post here, but when I tried to post in an old thread that I created, it insists on logging in again and then told me that my login information was incorrect.
 
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Welcome back! I look forward to more of your deconstruction instructionals.
 
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Welcome back! Your wit and wisdom have surely been missed!!
I also had the login issue a while back and realized (after some time) that it is case sensitive.
Love the picture. That's awesome.
 
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Welcome back Dale it's always good to know that that there is a staff member who is even more ignorant than me regarding computers

David
 
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You're  not dead!
Missed your voice here, looking forward to hearing it again!
 
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Yay, glad you are back.
 
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I missed you Dale!
 
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Thank you, everyone.

I tried to post that Eminem video, where he makes his triumphant return after beating all the legal issues with Laura Bush. It's the one where they say guess who's back, guess who's back, guess who's back...

It will take me a while to catch up on things, then I'll post some of my more recent projects. The most important one has really just begun, since I bought a trailer for the purpose. I'm going to produce at least one small house on wheels and possibly many more. A guy who gets free building materials should be in a good position to compete in that market.

Here is a very large house on temporary wheels. I completely prepared it to be moved during an eight day marathon of work. Stripped out the basement apartment, tore off the fire escapes and cut the stucco and wood at the bottom of the floor joists. It's a very large fourplex.
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Missed you, man!
 
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Great project, that is a huge building to move.  Recycling at its finest.

David Livingston wrote:Welcome back Dale it's always good to know that that there is a staff member who is even more ignorant than me regarding computers

David





and as for the least computer savvy person, I thought it was me, or is that "I thought it was I"  Anyway, I'll join the two of you at the bottom of that list, and feel better to know I have company.
 
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Dale has defeated the InfernalNet gremlins and is back!
 
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