- Dec 9, 2007
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The emoticons have died!
Oh no, you don't...you're not pinnin' that on me. This is clearly a TeeJayocentric global warming phenomenon. I'll bet it's that carbon Bigfootprint you leave with all that Erinmore you've been smoking on the sly.thomas james":j7imddmp said:
Well...they're working for me, and also for PB, Puffs, and P-Diddy. I'd check others but there's no need; all it would take is one exception to bust the hypothesis that emoticons are dead for everyone, or that I had anything to do with it, and I've just found four exceptions.thomas james":1j33hrzk said:Really,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,they're dead! I can't activate any of em'...
It just (?) coincides with Vito's recent postings.
":joker:" (no quotation marks)
As a general rule, when weird stuff happens in a web browser, here's the standard operating procedure I follow, in order of execution:Tom Waits":1j33hrzk said:"I dunno buddy, it could by yer points, it could be yer coil, it could be yer distributor...it could be any one of a number of things. Sounds like U-joint trouble to me. Better come back in the morning and talk to Lou. Ol' Lou can look up a bull's ass an' tell ya the price of butter..."
T - Click on "Profile", then select "Preferences," and scroll down to near the bottom for the option for "Always enable Smilies" and make sure "YES" is clicked. Then, click "Save" and you should be back in the smiley saddle.thomas james":m8tm9am8 said:
Must be my avatar...an actual photograph of a dramatization of a black hole. Prolly a bit too much gamma radiation for the board. I'd better change it.glpease":nvzhn9mi said:
Who would do such a thing?thomas james":oezm8p06 said:Someone's f'n with tj.
TJ:thomas james":2wzi054w said:...Emots are still kapoot!