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I suggest avoiding using an SQL server. Instead use SQLite; it's an SQL library, not a server, so there's nothing to configure. It's what I use for the Growth search engine, among many other things.
Poor, confused Yuffie
Puberty can be a pretty strange time. ;^)
Hey look, our old friends have come to visit! :^)
The new incentive reminds me of early Sam and Fuzzy, where the artist would sometimes use a photo of a rabbit to distract the reader from what he thought was poor-quality art and commentary. Example:

By the way, I disagree with the artist about the quality; I think it's great no matter what. :^)
Cure3 may not be what Borah needs. How about a Manipulate? :^)
Maybe the supposed tears were nothing more than an extremely localized weather phenomenon. :^)
Am I missing something?
Where are the stone arrows?
Nanaki tears
Don't think I've ever seen a cat cry before. :^)
Where are Yuffie and Vincent?
Dear Enkida,
Nanaki has now given himself permission to KICK ASS.
Forget the squirt bottle; these two cats need the garden hose!
Mmm, kibble. :^P
Star Wars as Classic Art
I'm sure several of you readers will get a kick out of this:

I'm thinking of Shadow_13 in particular, even though we haven't seen you around in nearly a year. Come join us! ;^)
I really like the sparkly backgrounds in this page and the previous page.
Very nice. Who contributed the colors?
I hope so too. :^)
Growth search engine
The Growth search engine is back online!
Happy New Year!

Hey, a bit of news: The Growth search engine may soon be unavailable. I don't know when (or if) it will go away, and I don't know when I can get it back online.
Death is simply a part of life, and it is certainly not the end of the world. Everyone and everything dies someday, no exceptions. That's what "fair" means. Fairness almost never means having things go the way you want them to. For your hamster to miraculously survive would be "unfair" to all those who were cut down in their prime by cancer. I'm sorry about your hamster, but know that its life is in God's utterly capable hands even though you don't understand His reasons. Cheer up, remember what is good in life, and be happy that your hamster has fulfilled its purpose, even if you don't quite know what its purpose was.