Thanks, But no luck,

I checked all the users and entries, they all match up with id's and are
not null.

I then proceeded to delete all but one entry/user.

They are both associated but still it never gets the user object.

I put "attr_accessible :user_id, :user" on the entry table. But still no
luck.
I just can't load a has_one association

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