print_r($newStuff);

Array
(
 [RAndoMness]=> 28Sep09
 [JPsDocs] => 22Feb09
 [JPics] => 10Dec11
 [frontpage]
 [FeedBack]
)



ShowCal(date('my'));
April 2017
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archives(all);
recent music
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print_r($background);
Array
(
 [today]=>
 [past]=>backgrounds
)
print_r($twitter);
Array
(

    )


    It's coming  echo $newRAM;
    added Thu July 03 2003 at 7:21 PM
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    if anybody else were to post the above, I'd get mad at them for spamming... and the email I sent earlier was, admittedly, pushing a few lines. But I sent the email as much to start building hype as to show the cool stuff that I'm doing. The picture above is not animated, but it is dynamic. That means that the clock will progress every time you visit my page. I suppose that I could even put it as a background image, but I think that might be getting just a *little* bit carried away.at any rate, by the last image I loaded, there is 28 days, 5 hours, 41 minutes, and 20 seconds to go. Which, in reality, means that I have a lot of work to do in the next month. It'll come together, though. One way or another. I want something very dynamic that I can change using a database, but if I can't get that working in time, then I can easily string together some HTML pages.

    And with 28 days to do it, I've got plenty of time.

    JP

    *note*: because it is a picture, and not anything animated, you might have to hit refresh to see it updated. If you have your browser set to only update when told to do so, then it will obviously not know that the picture has changed. Now that I've confused you and me, let me know if it's actually an issue with anybody.-JP