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Dabby: I'm back with MORE ideas to show.  Me: Okay ;(). More and more ideas :(




                         Well since we have more ideas, we'll check them out.






  • Item retreat representative/Familiar retreat representative
  • Teleporter
  • Nuclear powered car
  • TNT sword
  • Giant ice cream tank 
  • Hovering buildings
  • Explosive bow and arrow   
  • And that's all for today. More ideas later.
"I know that's a few but there will be more if I got any ideas. Check out more in Dabbycastro.com

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Fleire here.

I have ranted a couple of days ago about Google deleting Dabby's account. 

Right now, his journal and blog is not showing up his name anymore. His blog name is showing up as Unknown due to being suspended. :(

www.dabbycastro.com


Here's the story - The problem was that, I signed him up with his own account at our company's Google apps so that he can have access to email, Google Drive's docs and spreadsheet to use for school. Unfortunately, he accidentally signed up for Google+ and added his real age and birthdate. This in turn flagged Google and suspended his account - assignments and all. 



No idea how to retrieve his files. I can't even delete the account so that I can transfer his files to my own account and retrieve his assignments.

The good thing was that his blog is co-authored by me so at least I can access that. And some of his shared files. But the rest? Bye bye!

Sad day! And we have to redo one of his assignments to send in to his school because we can't retrieve the files. :(


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