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And she doted upon their paramours, whose flesh is as the flesh of asses, and whose issue is like the issue of horses. Ezekiel 23:20
Ha, ha Job 39:25
I found this post "Informative" for two reasons:
1. Kwanza is Swahili 2. Kwanza means "first"
--both of which I didn't know until I read it.
No, 'Kwanza' means 'post' and 'post' means first. Both are Swahili.
I tried that using a real looking name, they just removed my account the next day, Facebook are run by scumbags so I didn't bother re-registering. I'd rather have my privacy thank you.
My dog has had a facebook account for ages and, yes, he lied about his age.
Programmers don't really understand good design and usability.
This statement is absurd. Do you think all programmers are identical and have identical skillsets?
without resorting to reading manuals and other crap like that.
Having to do some work? Shocking! CLIs are actually a faster and more productive method of working once they have been mastered.
That's because programmers cannot think logically like most people do.
Oh, good grief! Or are you trying to be funny? And the rest of your post is also worthless drivel.
Cold turkey, whether cigarettes or caffiene is murderously stupid.
Nonsense. As a smoker for 41 years, I tried almost every conceivable method of quitting: slow withdrawal, NRT, other drugs. Nothing worked. Then I read Allen Carr's book in which he recommends cold turkey as the most effective method of quitting, so I tried that. I had a few days of quite severe discomfort, followed by a week or two of intermittent cravings, but I was able to get through that, and I have now been smoke free for three years. It's a question of mental preparation.
As for coffee addiction, I don't have it. I drink 4 cups of Italian roast every working day because I like the taste and the ritual. On weekends or vacations I don't drink it at all, and have never experienced any discomfort. I suppose it's a matter of individual metabolic idiosyncracy.