Yes I would like to see the code, John :)
I'm kind of new to hooks and custom modules. Would this require me to create a new module from scratch?
Really appreciate your time.
I had to be told that I'm not shy not too long ago. Actually I'm not sure I know what it means to be shy anymore, but I've accepted that I'm not. I've always thought it was absurd that you considered yourself shy. I mean, you phoned and talked to somebody at the Kremlin while live on Trent Radio, Peter. Geez. Anyway, it's nice that people as old us as can still come to realize things about ourselves. Or is that inevitable with age? I dunno.
You need to start by imagining yourself in a world where your character is a blogger by day and LARPer by night.
I never thought of it as Nordic. I did see the documentary "monster camp" which was interesting. I thought it had a connection to the renaissance fair, as far as the culture it evolved from. Maybe that's the story for how it came about in the US. I bet it's a post internet phenomenon.
I'm Hungarian, I'm pleased to the Hungarian translation. :)
These are better sentences:
foursquare-instructions = Ahhoz, hogy engedélyezze a Foursquare bejelentkezést, jelölje be a fenti mezőt és hitelesítse magát a Foursquare-en.
confirm-explanation = Megerősítés kérése minden egyes alkalommal?
gps-explanation = Várakozás a GPS-re, hogy megállapítsa az ön aktuális tartózkodási helyét.
Yes, "Várakozás a GPS-re, hogy visszatérjen az ön aktuális tartózkodási helyére." means "Waiting for the GPS to return to your actual standing location".
I just found a Memo tablet with that saying at the top. (Not quite the same as the one in your picture.) It was in my Dad's stuff who died about 20 yrs ago. He worked at Hanford Nuclear Plant in Washington State. I wonder if this was part of the "secrecy" that surrounded the plant. Dad couldn't ever talk about his job.
Does anyone know about EasyBooks? http://easybooksapp.com
It looks good to me.
Aeroplan had all my business for a while ... until I discovered RBC's Avion VISA. I can fly anywhere, anytime (no blackout dates),on any airline (not just AC and where they fly), and there is never a limit on seats ... no long-range planning ever required.
An Aeroplan rep called me one day to discuss the service (routine customer maintenance I guess). I told him that they couldn't touch the RBC equivalent and he tried debating it by saying that flights were cheaper (fewer points). I told him that I agreed with him, hypothetically, but suggested we go online together at that very moment and see what the costs would be for me to visit my daughter on the other side of the country in one month's time. I acquire both points at the same purchasing rate so it's a fair comparison. RBC was 35K points ... he told me Aeroplan would be 25K or 30K, which it would have been had I booked 8 months earlier, but the only seats available were at 192K each (yes ... 192K !!!) and that wasn't even an upgrade to business class. He said I picked a bad example so I let him pick a couple ... he just backed himself into a corner before finally admitting that his job is frustrating because he knows that RBC blows them out of the water in almost every single aspect.
Of course,I still acquire Aeroplan points through actual AC flights not to mention using the card for frequency points at ESSO, etc. So every few years I still get an Aeroplan flight ... but 90+% of my free flights are now through RBC Avion VISA.
Note, the LA Rams shut down in 1994. They did feature prominently, though, in the Warren Beatty film Heaven Can Wait, which you really should watch if you haven't seen it.
Things go off the rails, for your theory and for my seemingly newfound grasp, as soon as you cross the brdige to Denmark and then "chicken" becomes "kylling", pronounced ku-ling.
I had a (false) epiphany once that the words in other languages are te same as in English and the sole object to comprehension was the spelling. Like of course the k that begins kyrka makes the sound "ch" as in "church."
Can anybody post the lyrics and maybe link to the original song by the Born Again Pagans called: The Man With the Pink Triangle
He will be looking forward.
Would love to find it here as link, the song is so powerful.
Makerspaces in libraries......In Fryslan, a more rural part in the north of NL, like in other rural parts, they have public library trucks, that tour the villages. Frysklab, a project by the province's library services, is now converting one of those library trucks to a FabLab on wheels. http://www.frysklab.nl/
have fun in Malmö, and say hi to Luisa and Olle for me!
Well, I did say that Portland figured into the story (as, indeed, did you).
And, besides, isn't Portland really a European city anyway?
I believe my sister-in-law's work office in Portland also has fruit and a (pardon me) smorgasbord of other things always in stock in their lunchroom. I keep hoping to see it, I guess assuming as a guest I'd be allowed to have some, but now you've forced me to realize I don't know that would be considered right here either.
Ahem. Here in Portland, my work has a fruit delivery too! Plus carrots still with their local dirt on them. It only seems to be every couple weeks or so though, and donuts do show up sometimes in between.
Once upon a time Prince Edward Island voted red
We looked toward Ms. Callbeck
‘Be premier,’ we said
The first province in Canada to give a woman the lead
We trusted her to know us, what we want and what we’d need
Callbeck looked at the numbers and didn’t like what they might spell
‘$100 million deficits will destroy this province, and this party will go to hell’
Premier Callbeck decided right then and right there
She’d cut public sector wages, what is necessary must be called ‘fair’
The people were angry as anyone could see
Which did away with Callbeck, as government went PC
When the Tories were done and Liberals returned
The deficits came with them, as Islanders then learned
Deficits grew as the patronage splurged and spilled
Not a single Liberal elite had pockets that were unfilled
Debts upon debts with Peter robbing Paul
Ghiz couldn’t solve the money problems, or very much, at all
$100 million deficits, as predicted, became the norm
Liberals brought our finances into a perilous, addictive storm
Troubled once again to plug the holes in their strainer
They returned to their old habits without time to think
They’d pull the plug on pensions from the bottom of the sink
The prophecy from Callbeck seems to have come true
So after the Robert Rollback, we’ll fix it with team blue
I can tell you that when we moved here, we stuck our necks out for people. We wined them and dined them, but found they are just after what they can get and learn and then they dump you like hotcakes. They never reciprocate. We "damn CFAs" don't take "Islander's" jobs. They don't want jobs. They would much rather go on EI for 1/2 the year. They are hostile, lazy and have no business sense. We came here because the place is beautiful and the people seemed so friendly. We wanted out of the rat race! Now that we have been here for three years, we do want out eventually! We originally wanted to retire here, but the "Self Righteous Islander" has just the narrow, mean attitude that makes us want to leave. I wish we had not put our money into real estate here. These people do not want to better themselves. They don't welcome change. They are stagnant, ignorant people. PEI is beautiful. They are ugly. Their personalities make them ugly. By the way to all of the ("born and raised") Islanders....you are CFA too. Your families are not from here. Do your homework. The Indians were here. You came over to take their land!
Saw a Time when i was in Grade 6.
OK: On reflection, I think my mistake was to say the twists had to be completed sequentially. Your diagram is more like each of the three subunits has three levers, which can be thrown in any sequence.
No, my bad. That's not right. What I described wouldn't be square, but one triangular half of a square. Ugh. It was so long ago...
Not "very nearly" but exactly like the enzyme situation. I wrote "very nearly" before I decided to account for there being two ways of making the final hop.
I used to draw diagrams like and think about the same probabilities when I was modeling enzyme activation. What you've drawn is very nearly like a three-subunit enzyme, in which each subunit undergoes through three sequential twists to assume the shape it needs to be in before all three subunits do something in unison (or b/c you can get to the end of your route by either of two final hops, the subunits' final act in unison can happen even if one of the subunits had undergone only two out of three twists). The the equivalency of intermediate states (e.g. there are 4 equivalent states of the enzyme in which just one subunit has undergone only two out of the three twists) means there's a lot of entropy in being only partway activated, relative to the amount in being either fully activated or fully inactivated. All else equal, that entropy bonus biases the activation equilibrium toward intermediate inactivation, so there needs to be an energetic payoff to twisting and the final concerted step for the enzyme to be fully activated (say if each twist was brought about by oxygen binding, like in hemoglobin). I had to say because this is one of the few things in the world I supposedly really know about.