This is a test

January 28, 2012


Lauren’s mom just called. She didn’t see a new post for the first time in something like 5 years and I think she thought that we were dead.

This is a little test post to see if I transferred things over correctly and to let people know that Lauren isn’t dead.

If you notice anything that doesn’t work, please leave a comment.

Oh, if you notice that Lauren is dead, please call her mom. I’m kinda busy

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Lloyd Sommerer is a middle/high school teacher who likes to build websites, read books, grow beards, make fun of Lauren’s prototypes and eat the sauce of the picante.

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9 Responses to “This is a test”

  1. Lloyd Said on:

    This is a test comment. If it had been an actual comment, you would have been informed where to tune-in for official news and information.


  2. Brad Said on:

    Testing… Testing…

    All the comment fields were empty. I had to re-enter my name, email, and website. Interesting…

    I’m glad you’re not dead.


    • Lloyd Said on:

      There was a suspicious file on the website that I didn’t put there, so I nuked the whole thing and started over. It was suppose to be a three hour tour, but the weather started getting rough, one thing led to another and it ended up taking a lot longer.


      • Lauren Said on:

        In the meantime, I baked three delicious coconut cream pies and built several huts. I’m working on a radio but the palm branches won’t bend right.


  3. Beth Said on:

    I noticed that the address bar at the top now says instead of lloyd first.

    All else seems to be working. Which coming from me means nothing, as all I do is click on the title to refresh, read, and then comment.


  4. Lloyd Said on:

    Oh, and since I’m asking things anyway, does the website seem faster to you? I always think that any little thing that I do to the website that has even a remote chance to make it faster really does. But I think most of the time that’s just wishful thinking.

    but it does seem snappier, doesn’t it?


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