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BobbyDean

I don't remember much of the story other than I liked it. Towards the end the MC (male) had a bitchy girlfriend who also had a bit of a sex slave. They were living in a high rise condo (I think), and the girl's mother moved in and started bossing everyone around. His neighbor was an older lady who would come over and clean and cook for him. I remember he dropped the girlfriend and mother and got with the sex slave and married her...

That's all I remember lol. Anyone have any leads or suggestions? :-)

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17/th birthday by smokingdriver

Replies:   zellus
BobbyDean

Awesome! Thank you!

zellus

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http://storiesonline.net/s/75804/17th-birthday
http://storiesonline.net/a/SmokinDriver

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thanks z I don't know how to do that...

Ernest Bywater

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thanks z I don't know how to do that...


open the page for the story and / or the author (whichever you want to provide) highlight the URL - some browsers call it the address - hit the ctrl button at the same time as the c button to copy it to the system's memory - go to where you want to place it then hit the ctrl button at the same time as the v button to paste it into where you want it. Work on most operating systems and programs with anything on the screen you can highlight.

docholladay
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thanks z I don't know how to do that...


A simple method I use for those addresses is to right click both the author's page and the story title listing. Then I choose to copy the address or link in the case of the story title. After each selection I switch back to the window I am posting to the forum in. Right click on empty line and paste. Repeat as needed if more than one writer or story.

edit to add: I have to do that one step at the time. Once for the writer and again for each story title. Reason for opening the writer's page in a separate window, makes it simple.

zellus

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http://m.wikihow.com/Copy-and-Paste-a-Link

sejintenej

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thanks z I don't know how to do that

IF you are using Windows then
a) click the link and the story / author will replace this page

OR (my choice)

Right click the story/author link and you will be offered (2nd option) to open in a new tab. I can't give you the exact English but it is clear.

If you go to the author's page find the story and click (or double click as above) on the story name.

This is all IT 100 first lecture stuff

Replies:   Jim S
Jim S

@sejintenej

This is all IT 100 first lecture stuff


I believe that, for a vast majority of SOL readers, a world without personal computers, or even the internet, is outside of their personal memory. However, then you come to dinosaurs like me who can still remember getting their first television (black-and-white, of course).

From what I've found from having lived it, none of this stuff is hard. I mean, it's just point and click, right? So true. But I'll remind you that there is a big difference that ignorance and intelligence. You just removed some ignorance for an intelligent person, sejintenej.

I had the same exact question about how those links were obtained. Never knew right clicking just about anything in a browser returns a link that can be copied. But I do now. And am not likely to forget. Thanks for the enlightenment, all.

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