With warnings of gusts to 140. Yesterday was $2 Thursday. Travel anywhere by train all day and that's all it costs. The effect is that the network gets clogged by mothers and toddlers just clocking up miles. Thomas the Tank Engine has a lot to answer for, even he the network on Sodor does have so many accidents that it would be placed in statutory management if it were real. This abominable record hasn't harmed its popularity, however. Meanwhile, it seems fairly calm here, at the moment. Wait and see.
I'm disappointed that none of the five people who did get the codes have added me to their friends list, which was one of the rules. As soon as they have all done so, I will consider offering invite codes again. Until then, you will need to send a convincing argument as to why I should send you a code.
As a further comment, I am less likely to look with pleasure on users with email addresses at yahoo.com, hotmail.com or similar.
If you can use your initiative, I'll be pleased to help you.
my email is at sbcglobal.net.
You have my word that I will add you as a friend, and as a side note, I bet that one person got all five freaking codes. I have seen these people around here just wasting codes, they get one and make a "christina aguilara" journal, and then never use it, they just get it to claim it and say that they have it. My journal is to be used for a legitamit purpose. I have had a journal at opendiary.com since 6 of 2001, but they have to many effin pop ups...I don't really know what you want me to say in this rebuttal except that I am sorry that the other(s) who got your codes did not keep up thier end of the bargain, if you would like to chat with me further on this, my yahoo msngr is pawtucketbeer (not on right this second) and aim or aol sn is supermanbadguy2.....
or just leave a note back in here.....thanks again....
The note about hotmail/yahoo was is because everyone else who asked me had addresses there. Flick me an email to my username at livejournal dot com, as I don't have the whole of your email address, and something to show it's you, and we'll work something out.
I don't think all the codes were used by the same person - two of them look as if they might be different and real journals in future, but you could well be right about the others.