Those were adorable keyboards all over Cueball! I think Cueball was even smiling.@Eternal Density, re Redundakitties:
I see what you did there! d'awww! Happy 1100!
ZoomanSP wrote:Très chouette !
I first read that as "Très chocolate !" I think I like that.
edo wrote: I call they start walking in the early dawn light
Nah. They need their rest. I call Megan lets Cueball sleep in.
ggh wrote:If it makes anyone feel any better, I have to hit the quote button to read anything under size 70 - and y'all do that all the time.
On most modern broswers, control-plus makes the text size bigger. control-minus makes it smaller, and control-zero makes it default size. Sometimes if you go too far, you can lose your place, so I select some text first, and then if I lose my place, shift-arrow brings me back (it "continues selecting")
BlitzGirl wrote:Edit: Randamn it! WHY DOES THIS KEEP HAPPENING TO ME?!
Maybe it has something to do with:BlitzGirl
[quick and dirty math]Presently averaging over a post per newpage, each post having a 1/40 chance of being Pope material, and almost a thousand newpages, you should be Pope (or Mome) thirty times by now.[/quick and dirty math]
But this one is interesting. 1300th post at the top of page 980 at the top of the month halfway through the year (July 1).
Hmmm. The chirps are aligning. Happy 1300!
taixzo wrote:Also, why are there so many posts? It's a Sunday! I expected to be able to relax like last wipend, not to have to ketchup every few hours if I forgot to check the OTT!
For a BlitzGirl the Fast to say that, that's quite impressive!
ChronosDragon wrote:Actually, while I was raised on MM/DD/YYYY, I've recently adopted YYYY/MM/DD pretty effortlessly, and I don't think anyone has had any problems understanding what I mean since it isn't much of a stretch from either of the other standards.
YYYY/MM/DD is pretty self-evident from the four-digit year, and the fact that YYYY/DD/MM has never been widely used. However, MM/DD makes perfect sense, as does MM/DD of YYYY, whence MM/DD/YYYY is likely. Mustard comes from the collision of two perfectly good standards. (how many versions of big-endian and little-endian are there now that we are past 16 bit words?) And what are hot dogs without mustard?
k.bookbinder wrote:Too be honest, I sometimes feel guilty that I do not contribute more. But alas, I feel I've neither the...
You contribute plenty; more than you are aware of! Think of it as coming to a potluck for a thousand. You don't have to feed a thousand; that would be absurd. You bring enough of one course for six, and it looks like not much, but a thousand people are doing the same thing and there is such a feast that you end up taking food home after being stuffed. "What, nobody liked my whatever?" Not the case - everyone
is taking some of their food home, just because there is so chirpy much!
I have seen and enjoyed many of your posts, and wish I myself
could contribute more. But remember BlitzGirl's wisdom
(It should probably be a prayer or something). Your contribution is much more than you think.
Joseedit: name mustard