NIGHTMARE… over?

For now, maybe.

I am exhausted from trying to work this out.

 

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10 Responses to NIGHTMARE… over?

  1. Augustine says:

    Father,

    If your host allows access to “phpmyadmin” or a similar interface, I would recommend making a backup of your database every week for your own records.

  2. Andrew says:

    Fr. Z:

    “I am exhausted from trying to work this out.”

    Isn’t it much better to speak face to face, the way us humans are meant to communicate?

    Isn’t this whole internet business a huge waste of time? (Please everyone: do not respond to this unless you NEVER use the internet).

  3. Andrew: Isn’t it much better to speak face to face, the way us humans are meant to communicate?

    I would say, in the case of many, no.

    o{];¬)

  4. Andrew says:

    A.’s head was turned to the left almost horizontally as he scrutinized the countenance of o{];)

    I wonder what he’s thinking, he repeated to himself quietly.

  5. ray from mn says:

    Father:

    The “talkback session” for The Pope & The Witch is tonight after the penultimate performance. I needed badly to do some research today as I will be attending, along with Jeremy Stanbery of Epiphny Productions and othes.

    The devil is still loose. My ISP has been down since 5:30 a.m. this morning. I’m now over at the Highland Park Library in St Paul doing my research. I went over to your site to pick up a copy of your email to Prexy Bruininks. And you were down. Fortunately I found your great letter on Google.

  6. Antonius says:

    Is this a time when it’s totally inappropriate to speak of ‘detachment from wordly things’?

  7. Glad to see you back again Fr!

  8. rudi says:

    Eheu, sit transit gloriam mundi

  9. Diane says:

    Fr. Z: Glad to see you are back. It was sad to think so much good writing had been lost in space.

  10. Seamas O Dalaigh says:

    Father,

    It’s gratifying to see everything has been restored.

    James Daly