A friend of mine moved to another country and asked that a friend and i sell a sword, some knives, and a bunch of comic books for him, basically all in very good to excellent condition. We agreed, i waited, the friend never came through. So now, on a whim, i decided i had to take care of this already. While ebay shows me prices, it can be misleading and discouraging. So, i'm treading slowly.
Of the 4 knives, i'm not sure one of them is legal in my state. The other 3 seem fine:
The comments remind me of Slashdot, except the missing green.
On Sunday, i wanted to go kayaking at Kensington Metropark, which i've done in the past. I aimed to leave at 3 with a friend for the 20 minute drive, but we got there after 5. Regardless, they weren't renting boats due to high winds. So, off we went to Heavner Canoe & Kayak Rental, instead, which was on the way, and he had wanted to go to anyw
I'm not comfortable with what you wrote (yet). The easy route for me--right now--is to keep doing it the way that i know. I wonder though, which method works in more browsers (and versions) that support scripting?
Right now, i want to add a Home button to Memrise after a course review (maybe even during a review) or learning session. The top bar changes and it takes extra clicks to get home, even when the session is over.
(Source not shown to do "Filter error: Please use fewer 'junk' characters." And to think,
So, the easy way out might be:
var review = document.getElementById('gardening-area');
review....= (add button here) + review.....;
What would you do?
Ah, ok, i think i got it (as best i can while brushing my teeth.
If i use this in the near future, i ought to let you know (and thank you again.)
I'm a quickie editor when something annoys me enough, so, i don't feel like learning it extensively, though admittedly, it'd be nice.
I ought to come back to this post before writing a new script though. Maybe some more interest will help me appreciate this information a lot more.
I'm reading Java: A Beginner's Guide by Herbert Schildt. Schildt really is good. The lessons are smooth, with small complete examples of everything, explanations, and learning in steps, that is, each chapter builds on what was learned in the past. It's not just a bunch of concepts thrown together.. Here's one case where the O'reilly book
Well, i want to do something on Android, so Java is the way.
Yes, Java is still ugly, but at least it's consistently ugly.
Why do i hate Java? (And C too.) retardedNames, case sensitivity, offsets treated like indexes. These are examples of where programmers had good ideas but then unfortunately designed them into a language.
We need something done tomorrow. We're off tomorrow. The Asia/Pacific (AP) team is in tomorrow. So, need it done tomorrow? There's an AP (app) for that.
Well, it was funny when i thought of it...
Nothing recedes like success. -- Walter Winchell