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MrOats;219970 wrote:Happy Birthday wishes to Aqeel on her 22nd! 🙂
Thanks for remembering and wishing 🙂
My late but true wishes 🙂
Not listed, terror land Pakistan. Situated in between India, China, Afghanistan, Iran and Arabian see 🙂
Famous for its terro***ts 😉
7. You sit at work for eight hours straight just looking at your monitor, waiting for a spark of inspiration that doesn't come.
8. You're up 'til 5am because you came up with the best idea ever while brushing your teeth.
I like these two 😀
Well it seems I'm out of luck 🙁 DreamHost use Google Checkout for billing and Pakistan isn't listed on Google Checkout. PayPal also don't offer their services for Pakistan 🙁
Today I'm totally *confused*:o and *irritated*. 😡sarahtowny;215039 wrote:Oh it's you!
Lovely to see you around the place again. Nice to see old faces around here, now don't be running off again or we will just have to tie you down!
Seriously though it is great to see you. Going back to your question well, ummm, I am not sure but I am sure you will get the advice you need
Thanks Sarah 🙂
No I'm not running off again as I'm afraid that you will tie me down 😛 and couldn't let me go anywhere so its better to stay here.Tigerblade wrote:well I know you wanted just a small amount of storage space, but I have to recommend Dreamhost.
If you go with their Level 1 service, it's only US$7.95 per month if you sign up for a two-year service plan. If you decide you just want to pay by the month, it's still only US$9.95. For that, you get a ridiculous amount of storage space, bandwidth, email addresses, you name it. And of course you can run WP on it, for a single user or for multiple users.
And, if you use my promotional code of TIGERPROMO (original, isn't it?), you'll get a $25 discount off of your bill. (I'm not advertising… if you don't want to use the code, no problem. just putting it out there)
Yes I want small storage space but I've already checked Dreamhost. They are linked at WordPress.org in hosting section. Thanks for your promotion code and its because of your promo that I'm rethinking about Dreamhost.MrEggsalad wrote:if I had to start fresh I would choose Dreamhost. They give you lots of pretty decent features, and from all I have heard they are pretty darn good.
Dear MrEggsalad thanks a lot for your kind words. I'm thinking about dream host also.:)detn8r wrote:I always thought Brinkster was pretty decent. They have a plan called “The Personal” for $4.95 per month with a domain name and they'll waive the setup fee ($25) for a 24 month sign up. If you're interested, I think it's a pretty good deal. Check it out!
detn8r Brinkster's package is good but it lacks one thing, I need to host multiple site on a single account 🙁dread wrote:FreeWebspace.net – Web hosting community is a good place to look.
This community is amazing dread I'm going to post my custom package there let's see how they bid for it.
Well thanks a lot for your kind contribution but its not the end… as I haven't yet decided. So keep contributing and help me in making this decisianPolarBearNPR;215036 wrote:Aqeel! Great to see you back! I can't help with your question, but did want to let you know it was good to see your name under the new posts today.
Thanks a lot for this warm welcome and specially for remembering me. Although, I was not contributing regularly but BBB was fresh and alive in my memories. Its an honor for me to be a member of this community 🙂
Cap'n Bart What's-His-Name
I don't know how and why but it worked for me…
after the Windows XP screen with the bars going accross over and over again for a little while. This is the part that you can reduce to a mere two flashes and bam login screen.
I was getting six bars going accross over and over again but now just two. I've checked the time its also less.Jeff;207111 wrote:
It's true most of the time for most blogs but Jeff I've often read your blog, jeffhester.net and got something interesting and new. 🙂 but I don't know about your other blogs that what are you posting over there 😉 :p
It's a great surprise not only for Jeff but for many members who are not the part of staff. Well you really deserve it Jeff 🙂 Forming BBB, giving us all a place to get togather.
I am really proud being a member of BBB.
… and yes, that shirt looks awesome, nice design Sarah & MrEgg 🙂 Specially Sarah as you have many sleepless nights :p What you were thinking that big Jeff is that ‘BIGGGGG'…. 😉
Happy Birthday Dave 🙂
Hi Sami 🙂
You cut your hair…ahh! but I'm not clean shaved now 😉Dr Kimble;206939 wrote:I know this is your personal view, but don't you think it is rather harsh? Why should women have duties to be a doormat? I am a little disheartened to hear that you'd be content with a “happy wife,” meaning one who doesn't engage in any real conversation or challenge what's bothering her. Bleh.
There are women today who care for all these good things but I'm talking about majority and the majority today isn't feminine they are going to be more manly then ever. Personlly my views about women are not that they have to perform ‘doormat' like duties. I believe in their true respect, women is a mother, a daughter, sister and a wife… a soul mate. Our national poet Allama Iqbal said in a couplet, ‘wajood-e-zan say he hay tasweere kainaat main rang (Urdu)' means its only the women that because of her this universe is beautiful and coloured'.
But as I said women today (the majority) isn't that feminine, they are neglatacting their real duties and asking for rights. The balance of duties and rights isn't right. Men (the majority) is in piteous situation. :crying:
I dont think that today's wife care for all this… Women today just know to yell for ‘equal rights' they doesnt care for their duties.
Sorry:) , if some body is hurt, these are my personal views. However the article is excellent, only a ‘dream wife' can do that, the ideal one