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  • #16
    (TTOTC) Tying The word "Borders" to 43 & 109

    Today, 07:57 AM
    This is an odd one. From the word “Borders” to “the” in “Catcher In The Rye” is 43 words & 109 words on both.
    Red is 43, underlined is 109. (The Borders) when tying the two words together.


    At Borders the next day it was still raining so I just wandered
    around the store. I didn't spend much time in the children's section
    or cooking or travel. Finally, I found the area I was looking for and
    pulled out Catcher in the Rye. It was an average looking book about
    the size of the two I'd thrown in the trash, but it seemed better to
    me because I didn't expect much from it.
    So I strolled over to the check-out guy who probably remembered
    me from the day before. When I handed him the book and my
    credit card he said in a loud voice, "Catcher in the
    Rye

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    Last edited by OH-OH!; Today, 01:30 PM.
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    • #17
      Not sure where to put this note. I cannot reach any admin. So . . . Question: at times I receive notifications that someone has responded to a comment I made. When I go into the link to read the comment, I get 'not authorized'. What is the point of sending notifications when I am not allowed to read them?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Tur-a-neu View Post
        Not sure where to put this note. I cannot reach any admin. So . . . Question: at times I receive notifications that someone has responded to a comment I made. When I go into the link to read the comment, I get 'not authorized'. What is the point of sending notifications when I am not allowed to read them?
        It means the comment has already been deleted. Users have the right to deleted their post and the entire thread if they were the original poster (OP).
        I have the soul of a gypsy, heart of a hippie, and the spirit of a fairy.

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        • #19
          Many thanks!

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