This is the story of the 2020 elections.
Taken at Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory
Is it a game even if there’s no objective?
I don’t think any explanation is needed here. However, let me add that if you later decide to change a name (to something sensible like you should have chosen in the first place), you are going to be amazed at the amount of pain awaiting you. No matter how easy the manuals suggest it is to change a name, you will find that lots of obscure software has rapidly accumulated which refers to that computer using that now-ugly name. It all has to be found and changed. People mailing to you from other sites have to
This is good knowledge to have when making use of this here site.
Once upon a few lives ago I thought of a story, and thought up an outline. Something simple, a riff on a story that has been done a million times by a million people.
During this time I was poor — had to walk to and from work, spent the bare minimum on food, clothes. Everything went towards rent, and saving up for moving elsewhere.
But it turns out you have to pay to submit stories anywhere. The tale died and it’s only memory is of its death.
In the early 1990s, Manuel Camacho Solís—then Mexico City’s head of government—announced his goal to turn Mexico City into a “global city.” To that end, he approved five redevelopment-oriented urban megaprojects. The reconstruction of the corridor between the Alameda Central—a park in the center—and Paseo de la Reforma was one of them. The others included the revitalization of the city’s historic center; the creation of Santa Fe; the improvement of Avenida Masaryk, the main thoroughfare in the upscale Polan
This article was written before the ’17 quake struck the city. Given the fact a lot of buildings that did not fall down during the quake are now toppling, it will lead to a redistribution of spaces across the entire city.
Let’s hope the city government will do what is right, providing housing to those who lost it in the neighborhoods they’ve lived for decades, instead of what it easy thing, shoving them out to the edges of the city.
I have no favored party among the ones named in this article, but this one quote stuck with me:
It’s because the only other person who is able to subvert and defeat a white woman (and her white privilege and white tears) is another fellow white woman.
This is important to remember in identity politics if you are a person of color who will be working with white people, or viceversa.
There is still the fact that the parties involved might be just playing the media at large using their fans to generate untold income.
A new sign of the digital apocalypse is the new Equifax breach. I’m not sure if I’m affected but the company is certainly not making any effort whatsoever to help anyone out. The other two credit bureaus, Experian and TransUnion are probably savoring this and will keep doing so until they get hit.
So for the cleanup, there’s this post written by someone with experience in the matter. Not a lawyer, but knows enough to help one on the way.
And just like techdirt say… it will get worse.
The default of your credit identity starting from now on is “stolen”.