Still, we shall not let any of this dismay us as we all get that morning drink poured, and see what ELSE has been going on...
*** First out of the maelstrom is the answer to yesterday's WHO SAID THAT? quote:
"There is something terribly wrong with a culture inebriated by noise and gregariousness. "
Now,George has written extensively about the relationship between language, literature and society. And, among his admirers, he's considered one of the great minds in today's literary world.
I'll let all of you read up on him (he is considered a Libertarian, just so you are prepared) and see what you think.
*** Next up, we have our "What the hell happens today, Bob?" feature:
OCTOBER 13 -
---Today is NATIONAL TRAIN YOUR BRAIN DAY
|Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot - !|
I opened it up and blew the system out...all the fans were working fine.
I have NO idea what it could be.
THAT is the system that I use to do my photoshop stuff. I know that system is compatible with my cameras and I can resize and change formats of any picture (PNG to JPG, for example) I get in email or wherever.
That's about the only use I have for the older XP system, and works well enough for the job assigned to it.
We'll see what happens there.
*** Next, another page in "The Hobo Chronicles"...
|"You mean I can't haz no new pictures taken?"|
|"Breakfast, dinner...all the same to me."|
Used to be a time when you could "feel" the car around you. The sounds it made, the way it handled all gave you sensory input as to how it was operating, and you could take the appropriate actions.
ALL over the cars, giving us everything from projected fuel economy and mileage to tire pressures. Worrying about "what warning light might come on next" is enough to make one a bit paranoid.
With computers, there is little to no sensory input for us to work with - we're at the mercy of what fate will allow, as it were.
I don't think that's asking for that much.
Be well, make a difference to someone, and...
Stay SAFE out there, America.