I have been fulminating a lot over the evil that is our Federal Government at all levels–Obama, Congress, Three-Letter-Agencies–etc.
I pray for our Liberty and the America I love. Like many Americans, I am angry, repentant for my part in her trials and ready to kick these bastards out and get about being free people again.
“God?”, I prayed, again, as I was putting away a grocery cart. Looking up I saw a vanity plate on the front of a car that read: “Prayer changes things”
I knew with that look that God was answering me. To those who know God and Jesus, the experience is quite familiar. To those who do not–well, you do not.
God said “Yes, America will be restored”
Grace and Peace.
Glad I read it.
Chesterton’s prose gets tiresome after while.
His apologetics are wonderful.
I don’t take orders.
Seriously! Its an ELPA package. I just installed it and it works. Totally, freaking cool.
xkcd is an installed package.
Status: Installed in `~/.emacs.d/elpa/xkcd-20140226.2347/'.
Summary: View xkcd from Emacs
emacs-xkcd uses the JSON interface provided by xkcd (http://xkcd.com)
to fetch comics.
Comics can be viewed offline as they are stored by default in
For more information, visit https://github.com/vibhavp/emacs-xkcd
This file is not a part of GNU Emacs.
My Dos install shot itself by installing an update I did not ask for as I was shutting down the computer. It warned ominously “do not turn of your computer”.
Yeah, up yours micorsoft it’s my freaking computer and I did not ask you for a darn update nor did you ask me for permission to install it.
So, I shut down the computer.
On next boot to dos (to #uninstall firefox, btw) the boot tried to load a dll, flubalated and frazzled itself. It also toasted the lilo installation on that disk.
Trying to re-install would not happen because the perfectly good partition, with files still on it, and visible and mountable from linux, was not usable for dos (winderz 7 btw).
Well, the only think of value on the dos install was X-plane 10. Since I got the Alien Bob’s 32 bit compat libs installed, and had previously had an install of Ubuntu that ran X-plane-10, I figured what the heck.
It worked. Totally, freaking awesome.
Now, what to install on that old dos partition. I am thinking open solaris or a BSD variant….
There is a color scheme that I have always liked that I do not know the name for. However, it can be viewed here:
http://colorschemedesigner.com/ At the site, select [Color Space]->[Opaltone Colors] from the menu.
The muted blend of colors that appear no matter what which pallette is chosen (mono, compliment, triad, tetrad, analogic, highlighted analogic) is what something I have
always found appealing.
Looking at the graph in the lower left panel, I am noticing that the radius of the dots from the center is consistent. Perhaps that is the property that defines the color scheme.
I am not there yet! but I am closer!