Feb 09 2012

Canadian Intelligence Performs Miracle

No, really! Jason Thibeault, the Lousy Canuck, has worked magic. I had been trying for months (ok, trying for 2 months, and then had given up for 2 months) to get my old blog migrated to these here new digs. Impossible. Initially, I could not even download my old blog to back it up–the file did not exist.

Liars. The file existed. It just couldn’t be translated to the new site. Such is life; at least it was backed up. Mostly in theory, but backed up nonetheless.

Enter Jason. Long story short, I have a new hero, and this blog now has posts that hearken back to 2007. Take a look! See if your favorites made it over safely; see if I’ve written something on your favorite topic. Take a look around; put your waders on and slog back in time–let me know if anything is missing or screwed up. Have fun.


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  1. 1

    Wow–I had just over 200 posts, and now I have over 1300. Yay, Jason!

  2. 2
    'Tis Himself

    See, I kept telling people that Canadians were good for something. But you shouldn’t have blabbed about this, Cuttlefish. Now everyone will want a Canadian.

  3. 3

    This is no miracle its sorcery!!! He’s a witch!!!!! *starts rallying a mob*

  4. 4
    Kylie Sturgess

    I had a Canadian once…

    [insert own punchline here]

  5. 5
    Crip Dyke, Right Reverend Feminist FuckToy of Death & Her Handmaiden

    I get a Canadian in 2 hours…

    The joyous glee of a long-distance relationship when it comes time for an actual skin/skin visit!

  6. 6
    Natalie Reed

    Wasn’t there some kind of meme thing a few months ago about the Bible justifies Americans getting to own their own Canadian?

    I’m a budget discount Canadian. Defective prototype. :P

  7. 7

    Boooo being long distance yay having them with you!

  8. 8
    JesseW, the Juggling Janitor

    Yayay! More fish in one place! And cuddly (er, cuttley) ones, too! We have once again discovered another piece of the cure of the unfishness of reality!

  9. 9
    Jason Thibeault

    “Then I took an arrow to the knee.”

  10. 10

    Defective? I heard you were the beta version with the upgrade…

  11. 11
    Jason Thibeault

    Wait, wait, I should have said, “then I took a hockey stick to the knee.”

    Natalie: Canadian 2.0, now modular!

  12. 12

    When I saw the headline for this post, I expected to read something along the lines of “Head of CSIS finds own ass using just one hand!” But . . . no. I guess we have different criteria for our miracles.

  13. 13

    Oh, Cuttlefish, any Canuck could’ve done that for you.

  14. 14

    Yeah, you only had to ask, eh?

  15. 15

    This is great news!

    The only problem I had was finding the archive section in order to access the poems from Cuttle’s past.

    Finally located the ARCHIVES to the right of the COMMENTS tab which is to the right of RECENT POSTS. Since they only light up when you click on them, I managed to miss them with my bad eyesight. I am now enlightened.

  16. 16

    Thanks, Joan–I had not even thought to look! But yes, there they are, all the way back to October of 2007. Seems almost like cheating.

  17. 17

    Great to have all our Cuttlestuff in one place — Thanks, Jason!

    The only issue I see is that it seems in comments to the old posts which have been imported, line/paragraph breaks are missing. For the comments in verse, that is a bit of a drawback…

  18. 18

    I’ll try to fix that, as I find them, Thinker; thanks for the tip!

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