Upgrading to Mojave: Mac is much better than Windows! Because you get a nice rainbow with the Mac! %-)
What is a happy ending? Laughing yourself to death? Dying of a heroin overdose?
Why would anyone want that?
And if you use the more traditional interpretation: you live happily ever after… why would you think the world works like that?
Life only has one definite ending, and it’s probably not going to be happy.
So you need to make your own happiness… You need to be willing to endure short-term pain and suffering to achieve long(er) term happiness…
“Are you calling me a liar?”
“No, not at all… I’m just not Elvis…”
Ivanka Trump last year used a personal email account to discuss or relay official White House business, according to emails released by a nonpartisan watchdog group.
— Läs på edition.cnn.com/2018/11/19/politics/ivanka-trump-personal-email-account/index.html
Yeah! Lock her up! Lock her up!
If I was as dumb as Diane Black I’d retort that it’s probably more likely abstinence was a root cause for school shootings… but I’m not, so I’m just going to point out that the wankers that perform school shootings would probably have stayed at home and wanked, had they not gotten their hands (don’t think about where they have been) on guns.
“Off course we are!”
Practice is the destroyer of theory.
“No shit, Sherlock!”
This bug exists in all text editors I tried so far, with the exception of iWorks Pages… (they have their own set of issues anyway…)
To recreate the bug:
- Type text in the text editor really fast. You may even type random text if you’re not such a fast typer…
- Immediately after, start deleting with backspace
- Still moving quickly, press ctrl-Z (or command-Z on a Mac) for undo
- You thought the editor would undo your deletes, right? Hah!
I’ve been kicked by this nasty thing so many times. I type something. ADHD kicks in and I change my mind half way through, starts deleting, changes my mind again and presses cmd-Z. And it undoes everything instead of just the deletes.
Word does this, Scrivner does this… every simple text editor does… apparently 99% of text editor users does the index finger waltz?