Rhonjon, wasn’t there some kind of basic ‘green’ tutorial in those Bible verses? Something about burning a bush that spoke in voices?There you go! The burning bush was actually my man Moses and his buddies lighting up joints in the wilderness.
Here’s how you separate your response from the quotation you are responding to. 1) Skip a line to separate your response from the quote, then 2) go up to the menu and select the double-quote icon, then 3) write out your response. BTW, the double-quote can be added later if you forget. When you do this, your response is separate and not highlighted, the way what I’ve written here is. Makes the conversation much easier to parse.
Thanks, if you are reading this correctly, I got it. If it’s not correct, I’ll keep trying.
rhonjon at least you’re trying it. Thanks, Unseen – very helpful. You may notice I don’t use the right way to quote. I just copy and paste and put ordinary quote marks in the text itself. Unseen does it properly Be like Unseen 🙂
Orestes, the prefect of the city, entailed on her devoted head the crushing weight of his enmity. In her way through the city, her chariot was surrounded by his creatures, headed by a crafty and savage fanatic named Peter the Reader,
Yikes! I’ll never listen to this song the same way again:
Or this one! Good thing land lines are mostly a relic for homes!