At least, I think it has.
In the primary, I posted a week ago about how we had a starter, but it hadn't started bubbling so we pitched yeast from another tube right in. Then the next day the starter came to life and the advice here was to pitch that in too because our OG was 1.082. So I did.
The airlock bubbled for a couple of days after that, and then it stopped. Completely. I sit and stare at it for two minutes and nothing. (The beer is in a bucket so I can't see it.)
Never had this problem in the previous five batches; in fact, I have a lager fermenting in a secondary in my 2nd fridge at 32 degrees and it's still bubbling 3 weeks later, so I don't know how to deal with this problem. Today is one week after we threw the wort into the bucket, so I would normally be putting it into the secondary today. Do I go ahead with that and pray? Do I put more yeast in? Do I take another gravity reading and post that here? What do I do if it's high or low?