Who knew? The Black Country.
I wonder…if there is no general acceptance of his late in the day plea for using these apps no more than once an hour, isn’t the question now something like “have Dave and friends really inadvertently released the slowest acting but most devastating virus the web has ever seen”? I know my aggregator of choice, Abilon, churns every ten minutes [Edit.: “bad, bad Big Al”]. Who is he once he has unleashed the monster to say this:
…the vast majority being good network citizens and accessing it only once an hour…
Wouldn’t it be better to order the recall and fix the dang thang before this goes any further? Can’t we stop the syndication insanity?!?!
The other day I got an email returned with a reply. Except it was a handwritten reply and the answerer had printed off my email, written his answer on it and faxed it back. It’s folks like that who are ensuring that fax machines continue to clog our lives – pushing up usage 40% in the last year alone.
Tonight’s new cheese: crotonese. Sheep’s milk grater.
Mom always said bright colours would help me get noticed
We have been lucky around here watching lake effects hammer Central New Yourk State to the south and nor’easters riding up the coast burying Maine and the Maritimes. It has been a long and late fall around here. Ended today with the north tip of this low pressure zone landing us with a few inches of Christmasiness. Thirteen weeks to spring. Order your seed catalogs now.
- The travelling roadshow “One Hundred Saddams” playing casinos and lounges world-wide, managed by Cirque de Soleil;
- They have a fit of industriousness, they form a mining crew and male choir in Wales, winning raves for their highly accented but emotive version of “Swing Low Sweet Chariot”;
- Clogging up the Yuk Yuk’s circuit in Bahrain with impersonator shows: “weren’t you through here last month, buddy?”
What other future careers can we suggest for the doubles of these and other desposed fascist dictators?