I’ve been using Windows since it was released 20 years ago (I’m not proud – I’m just sayin’), yet I discovered this today: Pressing Ctrl+C (i.e. copy) when a window’s message box is displayed copies all the static text within the box. Go on, try it: Click the Start menu, then Run, then type in “asdf” (assuming you don’t have a program named that). Press Ctrl+C (that’s holding the Ctrl
I’m in Flint again, watching too much television; however, I just watched an excellent movie: My Date With Drew. It’s a documentary about a guy trying to get a date with Drew Barrymore: Don’t worry, it’s not like he’s expecting a relationship or anything. He’s just talking about one dinner here. Heck, the girl’s gotta eat, right? This is a movie for anyone who’s ever imagined getting a date with
Not included in How to Prepare Your Home for Winter is replacing your 30 year old windows that don’t work much better than wire-mesh. We had our first snow storm yesterday, and besides getting the snowshoes out for my trek to work and putting the polar bear traps out (they go hunting for frozen humans), I arranged to get all the windows (14) in my house replaced, in addition to
Jim tried to enter a comment today but it was flagged by my spamming filter for containing “cialis”, which is part of a word he included: commercialism. I had no idea what cialis was until today.
I learned today that some “brown” bread (associated with being healthier than white bread) is actually white bread with food coloring: Brown bread is not always more nutritious than white. In fact, the brown color is often just a marketing gimmick, just white bread with coloring added (like a fake tan). To tell if a brown bread is really more nutritious, read the label. If the first ingredient is “whole