Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Some not fit for the tagline...

OK, listened to your annos. See link. Mark annos with mfhq (marked for halfquote)

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pashute, Jan 13 2016

/r/Halfbakery https://www.reddit.com/r/halfbakery
Nobody much uses the HB subreddit [tatterdemalion, Jan 14 2016]

HalfQuote - Notable HB Annotations http://pashute.wix.com/halfquote
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       I saw a real funny anno by [21] who appologized about an erased anno by someone else (way before his got erased)   

       Now I cannot find it.
pashute, Jan 13 2016

       Hasn't jutta already addressed this? I believe her response was something along the lines of..."create another site to copy clever annotations to". I don't want to speak for her, but I thought we had covered this ground many times in the past.   

       Happy Winter, [pashute].
blissmiss, Jan 13 2016

       It's not a bad idea though. There have been some very (insert descriptive term here) quotations from folks on this site.   

       If someone were to create a site for this you might be able to get her to add a permanent link to it.   

       ...and we'd all get to tag things [marked-for-halfirmation].   

       I think one of the features here is that a user can delete any ideas or annos they own. This idea runs counter to that.
pocmloc, Jan 13 2016

       Non-halfbakers sometimes win, like sticking 3d glasses on a praying mantis. Should be a category for honory non-bakers.   

       Realised I am perfectly positioned to make a newhalf bakery site.
not_morrison_rm, Jan 14 2016

       The subreddit would be good for this and many other things. It's tumbleweeds right now except for some spam. Someone interested can request to claim an abandoned subreddit thus being granted moderator status.
tatterdemalion, Jan 14 2016

       The Internet Archive, aka The Wayback Machine, was created for the purpose of backing up the Halfbakery. (At least, that's the only thing I've ever seen it used for.)
lurch, Jan 14 2016

       The Wayback Machine is just one of the Internet Archive's services. They also have a library of public domain creative works.
notexactly, Jan 14 2016

       Actually I found an old site of mine from GeoCities RIP there, it was about Personal Rapid Transit...
pashute, Feb 19 2016

       Please see edited idea and link.
pashute, Feb 19 2016


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