I threw it out.
So, at long last I ran a new outdoor cable for my telephone service.
My immediate boss/supervisor lives on some nasty town road that is ill maintained (he says, I’ve never been there) and has even worse utility service. He can’t get anything but dialup or satellite and even the infamously reliable Bell System copper wire doesn’t last long in a power failure because the booster in the box halfway into town doesn’t have a long lasting battery.
I am thinking of a word, universally admitted to be English, that has the letters S and H together, but which is never pronounced as if it contains the [ʃ] phoneme.
…is putting it down in permanent form. I love to imagine things, but to then write them down, is hard.
Some of it I know is the loss of fidelity that comes with moving from the mind outward, but most of it is just the annoyance that it takes time.
This is also why my posts here are scarcer than they should be.
OK, I know I have been quiet on here for some time, but I hope I can publish more better than <1.0 post/month.
I have settled into my new apartment, but just took a shower today. Mostly because I was too dirty feeling.
I am fighting with my old phone company to get my previous account canceled. I thought I had done so before I moved out, but I guess not.
I bought and had delivered a new 256 GB flash portable SSD drive because I lost the 64 GB one I had been using to date. Which is embarrassing.
On Tuesday, I will hopefully have an important announcement…
If you’ve ever used a credit card or debit card for an online purchase, you’ve probably had this happen.
Credit/debit cards (in the United States at least) have five fields associated with the account that have to be entered correctly for the payment to go through.