Strangely, I had been using the same code without issue for several weeks before this issue arose, but I'm glad it only needed a simple fix.
Kind of an old question, but I just stumbled on it after upgrading my Mac to Sierra.
If you're looking for something to kill some time, take a look: by: O. Jenkins | Nov 15, 2005 PM Mahatma Gandhi, as you know, walked barefoot most of the time, which produced an impressive set of calluses on his feet. A super calloused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis Posted by: Dave Wood | Nov 16, 2005 AM Greetings from Germany! One of the sweetes and warmest web comics alive: Some comics for technically inclined: Real news.
He also ate very little, which made him rather frail and with his odd diet, he suffered from bad breath.
If only I'd learned Norwegian like my parents wanted me to.quote: Also, regarding double negatives: they can be useful and add meaning.
Well, the next time anyone gives me a hard time about double negatives for doing that, I will tell them they ain't got no understanding of double negatives.
By upgrading, you'll get a faster web experience, better sense of security and you won't see annoying pages like this any more!
Nothing wildly out of the ordinary but very nice and I would think appreciated by guys too, yes?There are a bunch of real-life anecdotes, some from contributors in the Meaningless Drivel forum!Specific topics are at Best place to order now: through (.99) * Through (.99) If you would like to mention this to those you know who might be interested, I would be very grateful. ; Java is another name for coffee, which is a suggested gift item. So I challenge you to make this a kind of open mic/ free range with a cheering up theme -- that means comments and trackbacks to anything that could conceivably lift one's spirits -- so humor (especially humor! Complete meaningless wackiness is just as valuable here as a deeply moving dog-saves-boy story. I guess that gives [Read More] Tracked on Nov 21, 2005 PM Hope you feel better soon. We need you for the long haul -- at least until SXSW! One of my teacher friends, who has been teaching for over 20 years, went to have a mammogram. The stupid machine stopped working half-way through the xray. (and thank you so much for everything...) Posted by: Anonimous | Nov 16, 2005 AM Your blog is like my chicken soup, or that little bit of chocolate that you've got tucked away in the drawer, to keep you going through the middle of the afternoon. " So the flight attendant comes back with a third martini -- and no coffee. He's gotten three martinis and I'm still waiting for my coffee! The parrot turns to the guy and says, "You know, for someone who can't fly, you sure have a big mouth! topthirty Yours is one of my favorite blogs--I hope you get well soon!
; ) When I return, I'll take the appropriate links and "promote" them into this post itself, so they're all in one place. trust me, I could really use it right now and I commit to making it up to you when I get back. Your blog is one of the most consistent thought-provokers that I have yet found so I hope you are back on your feet as soon as possible. When I see that you have posted something new on your site, I'm getting used to the idea that 1) it's going to be stimulating, 2) it's going to be honest, 3) it's going to make so much sense that if I'm not careful I'll think I wrote it myself! :-) Posted by: Paul Peterson | Nov 15, 2005 AM You DID say 'complete meaningless wackiness', which this is unless you've lived in Wisconsin: by: Mike | Nov 15, 2005 PM Cheer up, Kathy. It clamped down on her breast and would not release after the xray was taken. Posted by: Paul Morriss | Nov 16, 2005 AM You made me reconsider learning Java!!! Take care Posted by: Martin | Nov 16, 2005 AM See . " Posted by: Ed Borasky | Nov 16, 2005 PM My recommendation is for a dose of MIR a day, it keeps me laughing. Posted by: Steve S | Nov 17, 2005 AM Chuck Norris is always good for a laugh. Posted by: Brian Le Roux | Nov 17, 2005 AM Kathy, I don't mean to cast blame, but....what's your honey doing to cheer you up?
We have to tell Raspbian to no longer automatically login with user Pi.