‘but when the world needed him most, he vanished’
I can’t forget how AirTran wanted to bury me in a swamp.
Hi Alan, Great article! Thank you for sharing this with the world, it is much needed. Please check out our trailer for my documentary “Invisible Women: Being A Black Woman In Corporate America”.
To talk about the actual article instead of which vs of Android I’m running or waiting for nugget (no offense guys, but he did ask specifically to reply about your cats). The first cat I got was 727. The only cat I keep getting is 727 no matter what food I try. Disappointing but I’m not going to give up yet.
THIS IS AMAZING! We just got a set of Corningware and Pyrex as wedding gifts and they got stuck! I was so sad after days of tugging. This worked in 30 seconds!
Thank you for this helpful article. For the purpose of open office on windows 10, web, email, occasional game, occasional video editing and occasional data cruncher I would like to base a system on your $300 build with the following changes: cpu A8-7600 (double the passmark of the a6), motherboard asus A68HM (don’t…
I don’t have the pictures, because I gave them to my daughter. But framing artwork your kids made in school turns out awesome! I kept every single thing from my daughters school career (I have about 175 pictures to frame yet). My favorite, and hers now too is the very first painting she brought home from kindergarten.…
“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” - The Great Gatsby
That is a good one, Rev. But I would like to add one more.
Father forgive me, for I have sinned.
I spat on the road, and pissed in the wind.
I murdered my neighbor, and bedded his wife—
all because kinja has ruined my life.
Wait! Does this mean that they’re no longer cross posting us?
Hrm... Enjoying the kinjaverse less and less... It’s becoming way too political with too many people ready to shout down any disagreement at all, even saying “I agree, but this is complex and merits discussion” brought out the pitchforks earlier this month.
Howdy, Hackateers! Welcome to another edition of the weekly open thread on Hackerspace. Today is Good Friday. And I’m having a good time.
Alan, I have the privilege of reviewing some beekeeping equipment for the first time, and I was at a loss as to where to start. The examples, reasoning, and template that you provide are going to make a world of difference. Thanks so much for this post.
It’s all about the Topre switch. I just got my Realforce RGB Topre mechanical keyboard and although it’s expensive, it is far and away the best keyboard I have ever used. Just FYI. I think Topre is the best switch of them all.
point of order. cooking a larger pie in a real pizza oven is um, less predictable even for cooks who know their ovens like they know the anatomy of their significant other, in fine detail in terms of hot and warm zones. some classic pizza ovens have spots that are no better than warmers, that is what they are used…
You’re delicious, boss
my dad used to always joke about calling the pizza place... they would say “do you want it cut into six or eight slices?” and he’d say “better make it six, I’ll never be able to eat eight.”
This makes perfect sense from a business standpoint as well. The customer is covering more than just the cost of the raw materials. From a labour standpoint, it is essentially the same amount of time (read: same number of steps/movements) to make a small pizza versus a large pizza, which is part of the “base cost” on…
Thank you! One of the (VERY) few PMP’s who gets it...
My favorite is the Jiffy Lube “PCV valve replacement”.
My ex religiously took her car to Jiffy Lube for oil changes. Every time she went in, they’d charge her $50 for a basic oil change (no synthetic, just regular oil)
So I asked her, “What are they doing? It’s supposed to be a $20 oil change.”
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