9 years agolordcanti493
Let me onto the internet.
Can get on the internet in Opera via safemode, but I can't get on in normal mode
CD drive is borked, so reinstalling is out.
Dell Inspiron B130
I gig ram
1.7ghz pentium processor
Thanks to KWierso, who so kindly made a greasemonkey script that will delete certain user's posts.
Ever want to completely ignore another user's posts here on the site? Maybe even multiple users? Well then I have a deal for you!
All that needs to be changed on your end is the username and reason variables.
Username is a list (or a single name) of usernames that you wish to have ignored. This variable erases any blank spaces you put into it, so you'll need to separate names with a comma(,).
Reason is the text that you replace those user's messages with.
Change those two variables, save the file, and you're set to go!
Doesn't that look so much better?
Also, it's fully Delta-compliant.
Oh yeah, some little details that you'll need to keep track of:
1: This was only designed to work on Firefox, and you'll need the Greasemonkey extension installed before you try to install this script.
2: There's always the possibility that I'll get bored one day and make it into a full-fledged Firefox addon, but no guarantees.
3: If you decide that you would really rather see those users' posts, if you right-click the little monkey face in your Firefox statusbar, you can deselect "KillUser", and then refresh the page.
So if you have any certain users annoying you, just download firefox(if you don't already have it) and install it, along with the greasemonkey add-on, and the kill-user script.
Any other Mercenary fans out there besides me?
Mercenary was formed in Aalborg, Denmark, in 1991. After the release of two demos, Domicile (1993) and Gummizild (1994), they were able to sign with Black Day Records, and released a four-song EP, Supremacy (1996). In 1997, they were signed to the Danish label Serious Entertainment, and in 1998 they released their full-length debut, First Breath.
In 2002, the band decided to expand their sound with the addition of vocalist Mikkel Sandager, as well as his brother Morten, who introduced keyboards into their songs. This new line-up added new dimensions to their sound, blending more melody into their more aggressive heaviness.
Mercenary's fame increased that year with their slot on the ProgPower music festival in the United States, as well as with the release of their second album, Everblack. It was after this that the band fired drummer Rasmus Jacobsen, thinking invested too little time into Mercenary and too much into other projects. During this time, guitarist Signar Petersen also left the band, due to personal reasons. Two old friends of KralÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s (drummer Mike Park Nielson, whom he had met in 1993 at a concert in Copenhagen, and Martin Buus Pedersen, whom Kral knew since he was seventeen years old and working in a music store, when Martin was testing a guitar) would soon fill in the two spots, and with this new lineup, Mercenary were signed to Century Media Records.
In 2004, Mercenary released their third full-length, 11 Dreams. This proved to be their most commercially successful album, earning much international attention from fans and critics alike. tours. That year, Mercenary toured as a supporting act for Evergrey, and then later with Brainstorm who were on their first headlining tour in Europe. They also played on the 16th Wacken Open Air in 2005, and supported Nevermore on a European tour later that year.
It was at the end of March of 2006 that the band announced that Kral left the band. Mikkel Sandager said in a recent interview that KralÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s departure was due to Ã¢â‚¬Å“being away from his family and...trying to make it with the band for 15 years. I think that he simply got tired of trying and trying."
The band went about writing and recording their fourth full-length as a five-piece, with Mikkel Sandager performing all vocals, and the albumÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s producer Jacob Hansen handling bass duties. On April 7, 2006 the band finished the recording at Jacob Hansens Studios. Shortly after this, the band managed to snag bassist/vocalist RenÃƒÂ© Pedersen to fill in the void left by Kral.
At the May 19-20th Saegfestival (held in Greding, Germany), Mercenary had their first live performance with RenÃƒÂ©. It was at this show that they played Soul Decision, a song from their upcoming fourth album. On August 1, 2006, Mercenary released a compilation of their early demos, titled Retrospective, and on August 22, their new album, The Hours that Remain, was released.
In September 2006 Mercenary joined numerous other bands such as Evergrey, Epica, and JÃƒÂ¸rn Lande in the ProgPower USA festival.
On October 21, 2007 they announced a follow up album to The Hours that Remain was being recorded and produced. The new album was released in March 2008. 
On December 12, 2007 the band announced on their myspace page that the new album is complete.
On December 20th, the band announced the title of the new album to be Architect of Lies.
Taken from wiki
If this turns out to be a double thread, apologies, I searched the archive and came out with nothing.
Post edited 5/15/08 2:36PM
Since I didn't see one after searching, I decided to make a thread for all those out there who ride BMX.
To start, What kind of bike do you ride? What Style riding do you do, street, flatland, trails? What got you into riding?
I ride(or going to ride, after I order it)Integral Slauson '07. I mostly do street and flatland, and the reason I started riding is because I got sick of skating and wanted something new to try out.
Post edited 5/07/08 5:57PM
Ok, my Mom is getting a laptop soon because shes going back to college, which means I get the desktop that shes using.
heres the specs:
I was wondering if the Mother board/CPU would be able to handle 1gig of ram, a 512mb video card, and possibly vista home premium.
Advice on what I should do, recommendations on what to get, etc.
No questions have been answered yet