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OK, I know that voice-posts from LJ don't import.

Now I am discovering that YouTube embeds don't seem to import either. I use a lot of those, so is there a trick to embedding here? I just use the embed option at YouTube under "share", so I did not think that was an LJ code.

I would like to post here more often, but I obviously am missing some information. Any help here?

ETA: Another question: the other day, it took about an hour to import of about two years worth of LJ posts. Last night I tried to import about two days worth, and it is still running this morning. I'm afraid to interrupt it, but if it's still running when I get home from work, I might have to.

Any suggestions?
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (bag end 2 by <lj user="danae_b">)
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dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (bag end 2 by <lj user="danae_b">)
OK, here's a question for my friends who post at ff.net:

This morning I wanted to post a crossover. I chose LotR as my first selection. Then I clicked on the second selection, from the dropdown I chose "TV shows" and then from the other dropdown I chose "Monkees" (Yes, it's that little crack!fic I did for B2MeM last year) and then...nothing happened. The dropdowns went away and I had a red sentence telling me to "Please choose a second category". So, is there a step I am missing? What's up with that?

(I tried the FAQs. They were less than helpful.)
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I need a title for a person in a story I am working on, a crossover set in the late 1940s. I need a British character to have a minor title; it needs to be something sort of ancient and that would draw respect, but also not to be so high up that the person would get a lot of attention-- he'd be able to mostly maintain a low profile outside his home community, so I don't want him to be a Duke or anything like that.

So what kind of title would be suitable, and what would be the correct form of address for it? It does not actually need to be attached to a real place, as I will be inventing that.
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
I need a title for a person in a story I am working on, a crossover set in the late 1940s. I need a British character to have a minor title; it needs to be something sort of ancient and that would draw respect, but also not to be so high up that the person would get a lot of attention-- he'd be able to mostly maintain a low profile outside his home community, so I don't want him to be a Duke or anything like that.

So what kind of title would be suitable, and what would be the correct form of address for it? It does not actually need to be attached to a real place, as I will be inventing that.
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
For any Anglicans on my flist:

What exactly *is* the difference between a vicar, a curate and a rector? The online dictionary I looked in gave me identical definitions, but I was sure there's a difference...
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
For any Anglicans on my flist:

What exactly *is* the difference between a vicar, a curate and a rector? The online dictionary I looked in gave me identical definitions, but I was sure there's a difference...

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