Hi again. Since you're an admin and I'm not, I was hoping you could help me. You see, I was just trolling the comments and stuff, and I came across something, um, unusual. Anyhow, you could find it in Aio's image page's comment section. Thank God I came on when I did, but a bit of me died on the inside at the same time.
Yeah, there's another one on the same page. It might be best to, I don't know, disable the comments for that page, if at all possible. I mean, not ALL the comments, I need to grab information and spread it to people, but, you know. I hope. Maybe.
Er, I believe I can't do that. To disable comments means ALL. And maybe only Beuraucrats can only do that... no? Well, I can able-disable features, but you know what I mean here.... XD I'm trying to say here that can't just disable one page.
Hrm. For me, there's nothing wrong with it, as it's just like hanging in a wall. I'm not testing it too. However, if you think this is irrelevant, sure. I'll change it.
If you're thinking that it should be not-inverted, there seems a bit problem. When you go to the WikiActivity section, there seems a "extension" of the rail box. So, if the image is standing, the might be no equality of spaces, like the past image. Though, if the image of this is used, there isn't a problem if there are extensions, since it's inverted.
If there is problem of extension for not-inverted image, maybe just leave the section as empty with no image, since I think a not-inverted image is much more suited, rather than a hanging FFF member there...
I want Hideyoshi pictures from light novel. Since Hideyoshi is famous, they maybe badly want to see "where" this pciture is. Since it can from light novel, the users will read it. Lol. I dunno... is that plan great or what ?
However, since Miyanlove is Hideyoshi, I also want to you to pick the picture (Lol, if I don't like it, lol, I won't take it, lol, what's the point of asking, lol.)
Boy, the crime rates are high here. Funny, Chicago's the city with the most amount of laws, yet crime rate is the highest here. Texas has the least amount of laws, and the crime rate there is the lowest in the country.
I see what you mean. Personally I think it's the more laws the harder it is to follow all of them whereas the places with a smaller amount of laws is easier to live in and still follow all of the laws.