Discussion in 'Everyday Life' started by MichaelM09, May 10, 2010.
Huh, both Lewis and Brad got married recently.
I ship it.
I mean in two separate weddi--never mind.
I somehow feel like this shipping has existed for a few years now.
Yay! Viga looks amazing in her wedding dress!
It’s okay. Laura and Viga are very willing to be paired as spares
Found a fulltime job, coul barely be happier
Most addictive game ever?
Linkara getting married to Viga, Cinema Snob getting married... and I'm nowhere close to finding the one.
If nobody knew what happened back then, it is best not to but let's just say it involves somebody who's not part of the pack anymore.
I think my cold's decided to shift itself. Finally.
Well, that was it, the final episode of Star Trek continues was uploaded to YouTube and as always, it was excellent, it perfectly bridged the TOS series with the movies and explained many things and I am really sad that we wont see such quality fan series anymore because of the rules changes imposed by Paramount. I could rant about this endlessly, because I think its one of the most stupidest decisions they have ever done and it will stifle creativity and will poison the atmosphere towards any official Star Trek projects for years to come.
I don't understand, were they in a race with you? Are you losing the race?
Honestly, I find the e-drama between z-grade Internet celebrities far less telling (and honestly leaves a bad taste in my mouth as part of the #MeToo campaign) than the public response to said drama. As just sort of a thing that happens, that we've accepted as a thing that happens.
"Don't say the wrong thing on the Internet. You say the wrong thing, and there are people who will dedicate themselves to ending your life as much as they can from behind their keyboard. It's on you to avoid that."
Makes me glad I'm just an anonymous online personality and Internet entity without physical form.
If love were a race, I'd be that guy waaaaaaaaay in the back making sure not to step on the cracks in the track.
Better than me....I'd be fighting with the guy who shoots the starter pistol. I like making loud noises...and there are few I can think of that are louder than blanks.
Actual bullets, maybe? Are bullets louder than blanks?
Well...yeah, they're probably louder. But they're not gonna put real bullets in a starting pistol. I mean...not even Americans are that gun crazy.
Then I guess it's a good thing love isn't a race.
Then I guess it's a good thing love isn't a race.
Then I guess it's a good thing Ratin8tor's not in the running.
I was browsing Facebook and I saw a video called "Nine Guys' Hairstyles that Girls Love" or something. So I watched the video, just out of curiosity... and it was the exact same hairstyle shown nine different times.
(I don't really know the name for this type of hairstyle, but it's shaved on the sides and back and longish on the top. I call it the "going bald but desperately trying to hide it" look. Or the ultra-hipster look.)
Were they nine different man-buns?
....Aaaaand we're back to man-buns.
GOOD NEWS: Australia has voted 61.6% yes on Marriage Equality postal vote with 38.4% on no so Same-Sex Marriage over here is now more closer to being legal.
BAD NEWS: I found out via one website that my hometown preferred more no than yes so not only have I got sudden mistrust on everybody I know there but I now wish to live elsewhere like Newcastle for example.
Oh well but hey, LGBT+ in Australia will get married sooner rather than later and I'm part of it so celebrations all around...
Can't believe it's only Wednesday. Can't wait for the weekend, if only because I have a lot of parcels I need to pick up from shops. I do love click and collect, just wish they'd arrived in store later in the week.
No, I didn't give you permission to update me to the newest version of Firefox. In fact, I intentionally downgraded to the previous version so you wouldn't upgrade me again.
But updates make Firefox more stable and safer and remove bugs, so dont complain when your firefox is riddled with malware and crashes all the time.
Sure you did. There's literally an option you can check (or uncheck) for automatic updates.
Eh, yes and no. The problem is updates introduce new bugs, create instability and even vulnerabilities all the time. It's sort of the nature of creating a one-size-fits-all solution to a problem with a near-infinite number of variables, depending on the individual computer in question. That's why, if your browser is working properly, I'd advise against installing every 0.001 update they release. Wait until major updates come out, and if you run into any issue, downgrade immediately, deselect automatic update, and wait until a 0.01 update comes out that rectifies your specific issue (that'll have to be trial and error, but the good news is that if your previous version is stable, then there's no urgent need to replace your downgraded version).
Well, firefox works better then ever now since the update, yes the design is different but performance is much better then before.
I've never particularly had problems with Firefox. In fact, the only problems I've ever had, have only ever occurred after updates. So the blanket statement "firefox works better then ever now" is clearly and demonstrably false.
I've always utilized the customization options as best I can to retain the look I like, so design complaints are negligible. My sole concern is the functionality of my browser to view online content as I like without issue.
I use an extension called Classic Theme Restorer, which restores the functionality of the older FF layouts (stuff like not having the tabs on top, keeping the refresh and stop buttons separate, leaving the "New Tab" page blank, etc.), but it doesn't work with 57+, nor do a lot of the other extensions I use. I'd be willing to upgrade if it kept that functionality.
Yeah, I figured it out since I typed that comment. The weird thing is that "Use a background service to install updates" is listed separately from "Automatically install updates (recommended)/Check for updates but let you choose to install them," and that's where the confusion stemmed from.
You don't need an extension for a lot of those. The tabs on top is an option you can check. My new tabs are always blanks, so I'm pretty sure that's also an option. The refresh/stop button seems like a purely aesthetic thing, because it doesn't bother me at all.
As a general suggestion, I would try to avoid putting on any extensions you don't really really want or need. They just add a crapload more variables to the updating process in general that could make other shit not work for you, in terms of bugs, instability, performances and even vulnerabilities. "All you need is Adblock."
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