Just love it.
Just love it.
From the page: "Now everybody's saying about how this will change everything and how different the world will be. Nope. Sorry about that. Unless something like this happens to us at home about every few months or so, you'll forget, just like the world wasn't changed after the Oklahoma City bombing or a dozen or so other "catalysmic" happenings within my lifetime. Oh, we'll build monuments and plaques, we'll rebuild, we'll have songs and stories, but we'll go back to complacency and all those idiot isms and ologies soon enough. We always have. Oh, for the next couple of years it'll be tough getting on planes without searches and stuff like that, but those will be home front inconveniences. We'll get used to those. Otherwise.... Want to bet? Remember Cassandra's record, kiddies...."
Creative portraits with a slight Gothic bent. Certain ones include 'old' clothing, such as Old West type stocking costumes, so if that counts as "nudity" or "adult", feel free to redescribe.
Poor 40 wpm with looking. But hey, improving is an option, right?
Slight discussion on scary places.
Search through Medieval Welsh texts.
From the page: "He believes the lesson is the very one his father imparted.
"Not to hate and to love - that's what I am lecturing about," he said. "Not to hold a grudge and to tolerate everybody, to love people, to be tolerant of people, no matter who they are or what they are."
The anger of the death camps, Herman says, has gone away. He forgave. And his life has been filled with love."
From the page: Kenya is the first country to try elephant texting as a way to protect both a growing human population and the wild animals that now have less room to roam. Elephants are ranked as "near threatened" in the Red List, an index of vulnerable species published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
"We can live together," she said. "Elephants have the right to live, and we have the right to live too."
Italian dialects on the map for your pleasure.
Some nice tips and a good novel I suppose. Oh, and I am a freak for Moon.
Brilliant to some level.
If you ever happen to screw up your Ubuntu somehow and your password no longer works, this may help.
Ain't that beautiful?
For those who know some Lithuanian, there is a guide of configuring Ubuntu 7.04 and 7.10 if you're a newcomer.
Looks like an awesome project.