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Concentrated acid for blood

All of these vendors have concentrated acid for blood. I swear it. They are tough sonsabitches, the kind that Sonny McGuiness would have a drink with. For those of you who don't know, Audacity Events is the company of ARealGirl. How she can run two companies is beyond me. If I manage to tie two shoes, I count it as a victory and treat myself to Chocodiles.

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Thanks for the links...

...and it only goes to show that it takes many hands and much time to produce good stuff.

And, as I'm a Scotsman and cannot sample them, are those Chocodile thingies really that good?

Cool

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Imagine ...

Imagine the goodness of an angel from Heaven. Now, shoot that angel in the head. Put it in a wood-chipper, grind it up real nice. Then, put that into a blender with a blade made of pure diamond. Then, grind down a unicorn horn into powder. Mix together, bake in a fire made of freeze-dried Smurfs. Take the cooked cake, cover it in chocolate (which is actually the candified blood of endangered pandas), and there you have it.

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Since the site...

...is, well, not privately hosted, but hosted by a company not currently accepting new clients - who would you recommend for website hosting? I know GoDaddy is a sponser, but they've got some rather silly limits on some elements of their plan (mainly the php memory limit, which is way too low for Drupal-based sites), and they don't have any option other than moving up to a virtual server (which I don't really have the traffic to warrant yet).

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You got me

If you have a question related to Drupal, try posting in the forums for Pulsar to answer. He is the masta.

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