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Yeah, I had my last day of work this past week in the hotel. And it was just as you described, no one exceetpd me to do any work or even perform my normal ritual tasks. I was merely in uniform that day to have people tell me how much they will miss me and hope that we keep in touch, and on and on .It's kinda of like the last day of school in high school, you don't do shit but only go because last day ever.Yes, home is where you make it, but I think home is a two-sided sword. In that home is a place where you will always be welcome. Maybe it is possible to have multiple homes?
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<includeonly>[http://xkcd.com/{{{1|}}} {{{2|xkcd {{{1|}}}}}}][[Category:Links to xkcd.com]]</includeonly><noinclude>
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This template provides a shortcut markup for creating a link to the actual xkcd.com site.
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'''Usage:''' <nowiki>{{xkcd|comic number|optional link text}}</nowiki>
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'''Examples:'''
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:<nowiki>{{xkcd|1040}}</nowiki> results in [http://xkcd.com/1040 1040].
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:<nowiki>{{xkcd|1040|Server Problem}}</nowiki> results in [http://xkcd.com/1040 Server Problem] (links to the same page, but with the link text "Server Problem" instead of "1040").
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Note that the styling of the links (the icon after them) is defined in [[MediaWiki:Common.css]].
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Latest revision as of 07:41, 22 February 2013


This template provides a shortcut markup for creating a link to the actual xkcd.com site.

Usage: {{xkcd|comic number|optional link text}}

Examples:

{{xkcd|1040}} results in 1040.
{{xkcd|1040|Server Problem}} results in Server Problem (links to the same page, but with the link text "Server Problem" instead of "1040").

Note that the styling of the links (the icon after them) is defined in MediaWiki:Common.css.

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