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But the astonishing thing is this piece of science fiction is entirely set in Appalachia, and uses it to advantage. Mostly filmed within a few hundred miles of here, places and scenery and viewpoints I recognise. Although the movie's neo-fascist temples with their flags and banners are rather grander than the more typical WalMart.
(I assume the sequel will be crap.)
It escaped our traditional family Austrian noodle making, as well as being deviled.
wonderful youngest sister is driving 2 hours in snow to come pick me up for thanksgiving
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Thing is, it makes perfect sense in context, and is even rather elegant.
I have high hopes because a) always wanted a haskell shell b) "welcome to hell" at evey login would tweak my funny bone.
But a shell where every filename has to be fully quoted.. makes B. a little too real. Needs type-level filenames.
Took it apart and fixed it! (Well, cleaned it.)
Anything to do with propane gives me the heebie-jeebies, in a way no quantity of electricity can. Maybe I need to find and take a propane safety course? OTOH, my electricity safety was mostly learned by shocking myself with mains current repeatedly around 6th-7th grade and surviving. ;)
The last name on the list of sponsors might be interesting. ;)
The really great thing about it is that when they're older, my great-neice and nephew will quite likely at some point use some of this data. This is all about preserving an important part of their cultural heritage.
Hope everyone else is having a nice early winter day!
android bisection minions FTW
What could possibly go wrong?
Looking forward to reverting at least one of those commits, I hope...
Remember *nix, Canonical?
Will just sit on the remaining bitcoin, unless and until I have an actual reason to buy something with that currency.
But wow: The facebook devs are using "via" flipped in its UI. (As in, "to travel to airplane via London"). Since this is in front of most of the English speaking world every day, will it join the upload/download confusion as another random change in the English language inflicted via the eternal September?
author: Kim Stanley Robinson
average rating: 3.46
book published: 2013
date added: 2013/10/31
So I'm pleased that the company's own resume now includes exposure of millions of unsalted passwords (typical stupid), and an app that redirects emails through their own servers (almost unbelivably asinine).
That guarantees that any value in being on the site is now filtered out. ... so no need to keep that account, then!
author: Terry Pratchett
average rating: 3.52
book published: 2013
date added: 2013/07/26
shelves: currently-reading, and-a-half-stars
author: China Miéville
average rating: 3.92
book published: 2012
date added: 2013/05/18
author: Lisa Napoli
average rating: 3.38
book published: 2010
date added: 2013/01/23
author: David Mitchell
average rating: 4.11
book published: 2004
date added: 2013/01/04
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