Issues with editing threads?

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  1. 96silverado

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    Probably not just me, but tried unsuccessfully twice within 5mins to re-edit a paragraph in thread, first time did'nt save the edited version..2nd time it had enough of me an just logged me out!had to reload TF,an re log in an still the edit failed to edit. ?.just gave up an left post as is...
     
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    try a hammer. hammers fix everything...
     
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    The admin is here now . He is going to fix all problems . Hammers lol they either fix ,or foul it up for good lol
     
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    Hammer, always foulumup.
     
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    3 major tools, hammer, vice grips, gorilla tape(seems lately its better than duck tape)
     
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    Too much made in china duck tape these days. :no: :help: shame shame shame and, shame on thos buying the stuff too. :flamingmad: rage over. :rofl:
     
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    Ok,got a 5lbs hammer...where shall I put it through....hmmm.."slap,bang..Hulk smash..problems seems well fixed now,thanks all!!"
     
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    OOOOHHHHHHhhhh, bOY ! get out the "Gorilla Tape" and the crazy glue, it`ll all be better later. :rofl:
     
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    Me an computer have a very 'tumultuous relationship' to put it extremely G-rated! I think if
    not for TF, I could easily&gladly live without a thing called 'computer'..had a horror story a few weeks ago whereas
    i bought a "brand new'" shiny laptop an come to find out the new electronic pig had a secret user inside of it (ISP address revealed by technician operating laptop remotely from India even)..watching the technician operate my cursor from India freaked me out too, I don't really like technology any longer..computers becoming outrageously dangerous imo now..
     
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    That new laptop was a used laptop somebody took back I bet for that issue, thats called spyware/malware, need a good program or two to remove that stuff, and keep it updated, untill then do not connect it to the interwebs or put your personal info on it, if you don't want to do it take it to a good computer shop and have them clean it up, most will do a format wipe it clean to do a clean windows install for a couple hundred.
     
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