Is this a me problem? I thought if you highlighted someones text and hit the quote button it would quote the highlighted bit but every time I do that it quotes the entire post. For example, in the post above mine if I wanted to quote the first sentence I would do this:
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but in the editor I get the entire post. Doesn't seem to matter if I already have the post dialog box up or not:
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Not a 'you' problem at all! It was working fine until the next update and was broken within that. It's a known bug, so we're all hoping it gets fixed in the next update!
@Wrong-Wheel-Drive On my mountain bike, I nearly ran over a moose sleeping in the middle of the trail. Bear nearly t-boned me as he ran out of the woods and then took off down the trail. Same, I've ridden too close to hidden rattlesnakes. They all spiked my heart rate like they did @Highlander 's
@Manwich I've been splitting the driving between all 3 vehicles in hopes that fuel crashes before any of them run out of gas.
I tried that for a while, but between the five gas cars I only made it until May 4th. Apparently I still drive too much. My husband pays a flat $14/month for unlimited charging of his Bolt at work. I've paid more in "energy" so far this month than he has for the entire year, and he gets reimbursed mileage at above the federal rate!
@415s30 My stomach was the most painful, but was done by a professional so I wasn’t as antsy. I had a friend with his whole body below his neckline tattooed using the traditional Japanese method. He said the butt was the worse by far, and he had his boys tattooed as well. I actually forgot I have one on my butt, but it’s small so the pain didn’t really stick with me.
@MUSASHI66 my husband and I both got dry aged steaks at a swanky downtown restaurant recently and liked them but it was weird. We at half of them and just couldn't eat more. We weren't full. It wasn't bad. But for reasons unknown we just had to stop. We took it home and ate it the next day. It left an indifferent taste in our mouths.
Did we like it? Yes.
Was it better than fresh steak? Not really.
Was it worth the price difference to try something different? I'm glad I did it, but I probably won't ever get it again.
@Taylor-Martin can’t help you with your job specifics but here’s my three steps for starting new jobs with new coworkers.
Step 0) have some confidence in yourself and your abilities
Step 1) bring in donuts or beer one day for the guys. Break that barrier down so you can do step 2
Step 2) find some common ground and make small talk about things you and they like - good restaurants or drinks you’ve tried, results of races or sports, released new cars, how they feel about the ease of maintenance on some new product, you fixing your VW, etc.
Step 3) do the best you can while you have sole responsibility of parts so they get more familiar with you and you start to earn their trust. Maybe by the end of the guys recovery you can become a “go to guy” or at least not an outsider.
@HFV I like that far more. It has a really '70s look; I'd put a brown perforated strap or a milanese mesh bracelet on it. If I had to nit-pick, the only thing I'm not wild about is the mix of circular and rhombus-shaped windows for the hours, but it's less obvious with the darker dial. I also agree that the complication would work really nicely on a military / field-style watch.
One click up for intermittent, one more for slow, one more for fast. Intermittency is set by the knurled chrome knob on the end. Pull for wash. No Mist setting, but you can improvise by pulling for wash very briefly.
The stalk is so long the throws are hilariously long. Approx 2 inches per setting.
I've lost more weight since the summer just because of work
I probably don't eat as healthy as I should be considering the inflation of food prices right now. I live at home with mom because I also can't afford to buy my own house right now either (everything is $50-100k more expensive now then it was 2 years ago 😞 ) and we've both been going sparingly on purchases because everything has gone up so much 😕
I really need to get my old bicycle out of the shed when the temps finally get warm and stay that way and do some biking to get back into shape...
@bison78 Shipyards have the big cruise ship classes almost down to an assembly line process these days, they can be surprisingly cost-effective for their size and complexity, whereas superyachts are almost always one-off custom jobs. Fincantieri can crank out a 113,000 ton, 3,000 passenger Pinnacle class ship for the cost of less than 1 1/2 new 747-8Is.
@CobraJoe -- Yeah, I wouldn't be ashamed to be seen in a good surviving 5th-generation Thunderbird, though I prefer earlier ones, before the Knudsen nose.
These were substantial cars, back to body-on-frame construction as of this generation in 1967, and were basically a sportier and more budget minded Lincoln. They would stay that way through the next generation; the two didn't go their separate ways until 1977.
Pretty fast on the open road, too, with the 429 engine, and so quiet you could hear the whooshing of the gas gauge needle.
@monkeepuzzle woo! mr2!
that one really freaks me out. being mirrored from my rhd model. also very different to my slender non-airbag wheel, and i'd KILL for that cruise control stalk you've got, mine doesn't have cruise at all. all 3 of my prior Zs had it including the one from 1984, i'd really like to have it back.