ladycanary

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    The Poconos, Pennsylvania, US
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    Mathematics, cars, Borderlands, and pugs. Nice combination, I know.

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  1. It would probably be easier to find a new charger than to try to guess the password or get a timely response from Neo. What you should do is find your computer model number. Companies tend to either put them on the outside (on the bottom of your laptop, typically on a manufacturer's sticker) or it may be underneath your battery. If you don't find it on the outside, there's a good chance that's where it is. It should be fairly easy to get to your battery if that's the case. Once you find the model number, simply throw that into google and find out what charger you need. Good luck, hope you get into your side soon!
  2. I don't know why you wouldn't be able to. The safest bet would be to just leave them in your main, of course, but I personally don't see any harm in moving them. If it's established that the other account is your side, you aren't doing anything wrong.
  3. I've never had this happen to me, but could you imagine if you would've gotten the jackpot instead of just a snowball? I probably would have screamed.
  4. One time I had a similar issue with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Turned out to be an electric issue and not a hardware issue. If any of your friends have lightning chargers, ask if you can plug your phone in to theirs. That way you'll know whether it's a phone issue or a charger issue. My mom happened to have a charger compatible with my phone and that's how I knew it wasn't my phone. For whatever reason, the power strip I had my phone hooked to that morning didn't want to work. Best of luck to you!
  5. There's a Neoboard called Help. Usually there's a thread in there about getting accounts unfrozen. I'm told that TNT does look at it and that accounts have been unfrozen through posting there. I don't think it's instantaneous though, and you of course have to ask nicely. There will be directions on what to do on the thread, but I'm pretty sure you have to post your ticket number. Hope that helps and good luck on getting your account back! Did they give you a reason why it was frozen?
  6. Wow..... I waited to possibly repaint my krawk in hopes they would release marble or candy.... and we get clay....ouch.
  7. Welcome to TDN! Everyone is super friendly and I'm sure you'll have a blast :)
  8. Voted, good luck! I absolutely love that name!
  9. I mean it literally. Google Pennhurst and it's the first thing that comes up. PennHurst Haunted Asylum- Pennsylvania Haunted House, is Pennhurst's new name. Its actual name is Pennhurst State School and Hospital, and you'll find a wikipedia article on it explaining all of the atrocities.... right after an ad for the attraction. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennhurst_State_School_and_Hospital From the article: "As of 2010, the administration building has been partially renovated and reopened as the Pennhurst Asylum Haunted House. The attraction has been successful, though controversial among locals and those previously affiliated with Pennhurst." If you're further interested, there's a documentary filmed when Pennhurst was still open appropriately titled "Suffer the Little Children" on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YG33HvIKOgQ
  10. Pennhurst was turned into a horror attraction. Absolutely terrible.
  11. My grandfather worked in a nut house named Pennhurst. I'm training to be a high school teacher, so I like to say I'm following in his footsteps Jokes aside, it was a terrible place. Back in the old days, people who had children with down syndrome and autism would occasionally ship them off to these hospitals. A lot of the blame went to the parents as to why their child had a disability (ex. Mothers who had autistic children were told that they hadn't loved their child enough), so they found it easier to "get rid" of them. There was actually a doctor at Pennhurst who would give painful injections to patients who acted out. I'm glad these institutions are long gone! Hopefully your extended stay was somewhat pleasant?
  12. Thank you! I would definitely have forgotten to look! :)
  13. So let me get this straight.... Abigail's score: 99 Chadley's score: 1,047 ?! That's a drastic jump
  14. I neomailed you! :)
  15. Nope, I didn't. It actually gives you a warning before you choose to challenge anyone