As someone who has found myself in a few lucid dreams before, I’ll give those exercises a shot, and see if I can trigger some more.
I’m a woman in Late Bloomer’s shoes. Getting dates and going on dates is the simple part. Developing a happy and functional relationship is a whole ‘nuther story and I don’t know how anyone of any age does it. (Cue all the people who know nothing about me or how I relate to other people telling me my standards are too…
Honestly, all of Master of None is about dating and relationships. Between Dev, Arnold, Denise, and their respective SOs, both seasons show a lot of good and bad things about relationships (and not just romantic, but friendship and familial).
Great article! I really enjoyed this episode (of course I say that after each one so far)!
Believe it or not, the ticalc.org games archives are still around, most of the TI games originated there. I had a link cable for my PC and for calc to calc and used to share them.
Never had a TI graphing calculator, but my 18 year old Casio CFX 9850G is still on my desk. I am way too attached to this calculator.
Ti-83 was my first real foray into the programming world. I made games like Blackjack and a Drug War Clone, and ‘apps’ like a formula with work program for calc and physics classes.
I’m a 3rd-year in college and I have the TI-nSpire CX CAS and it’s AMAZING! I understand the following of the TI-8x series, but the nSpire is one that I will be using for a LONG time.
They day they canceled the Ti-86 was a dark day. None of the other ones were better, the 89 was more powerful, but no one wanted to let you use something with the 89's algebraic functions.
Heck with games, I programmed my precalc class into my TI-85. Had menus, would call other apps because they’d get too large to debug all together, and could even spot graph discontinuities and NOT crash the thing (which the TI itself couldn’t even manage)
The biggest issue with classified information is that even if you have the appropriate level of clearance or access, you still need to have a “need-to-know”.
One big thing that happens when you share classified information, no matter who you are, is that someone knows you shared it. Maybe only whomever you shared it with knows, but now they know and may share that there’s a leak. Maybe no one knows you shared it, but it’s known that it was shared, so protocol may be…
I had a Top Secret clearance when I worked at Big Corp on black programs. When I left the company, I was debriefed and signed a ton of paperwork. One of those sheets said words to the effect, “If you are convicted of committing espionage, you could be executed.”
We should get overalls and wear them all around town. Together!
Come on, Eileen...
I had to Google that. Worth it. I say you should try ‘em.
They have no reasonable expectation of privacy when breaking and entering someone’s home. If their mere presence is illegal, then they’ve already forfeited these rights.
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A bartender in my area is donating her tips tonight to a group that helps local immigrants and refugees. Check if there’s something similar going on near you: http://www.pghcitypaper.com/Blogh/archives/2017/05/04/a-local-bartender-is-tipping-the-scales-for-social-justice
Oh I agree, I think the least people should do is learn what they are celebrating. The battle of Puebla is actually really interesting if you consider the ramifications of what would have happened if France won. They likely would have backed the Confederate army during the Civil War if they had their foothold in…