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What is so significant about that sub-forum that its title is showing up on my subscription list (wheras no others are)?

 

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It should show recent threads you posted in. There is an 'unsubscribe' option in the thread tools tab if you care enough
 

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It should show recent threads you posted in. There is an 'unsubscribe' option in the thread tools tab if you care enough
Yah, I get that. It works well and is usually the first page I hit here. What I don't get is why that one subscribed thread sees fit to include the forum title along with the thread title... (see the birght red text in my screenshot?) :confused:

What is so special about that sub-forum?
 

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Yah, I get that. It works well and is usually the first page I hit here. What I don't get is why that one subscribed thread sees fit to include the forum title along with the thread title... (see the birght red text in my screenshot?) :confused:

What is so special about that sub-forum?

Just get your attention or to piss you off I would guess:smile:
 

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Wow, that is -39 C. That is way into the danger zone, lowest that I experienced when I lived in Montreal was a comparatively balmy -32C. You folks take care out there and hope that power stays on.


On second look it is the temperature with windchill, well I meant the real stuff....................
 

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and with that low humidity in your house you gonna dry out like a Northern stock fish
 

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Wow, that is -39 C. That is way into the danger zone, lowest that I experienced when I lived in Montreal was a comparatively balmy -32C. You folks take care out there and hope that power stays on.
About an hour and a half earlier it was -39F.



I was just too lazy to get up and take a picture. >:)

Our power hasn't quit (although my garage heater died sometime last night) but there are a couple thousand folks in Bismarck who aren't very happy right now.
 

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and with that low humidity in your house you gonna dry out like a Northern stock fish
Got a humidifier running 24/7 not eight feet from the station... Imagine what it's like in the rest of the house! :surprise:
 
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