In ages gone, a galaxy far distant
By civil strife was riven end to end.
The rebel spaceships from a hidden base
have won a vict'ry o'er their Empire foes.
While battle raged, sly rebel spies did steal
some plans, most secret, of a weapon dire,
the STAR of DEATH, a station of great pow'r
sufficient to destroy a world entire.
Pursued by agents of Imperium,
fair Princess Leia races toward her home
custodien of those same secret plans
the hope for freedom in the galaxy.
Hmm. It's been a while since I've done cassoulet. Hmm;-)
It's oddly difficult to get smoked bacon around here. Smoked meat in general, actually. I can get smoked hocks, but it often requires a special trip to the butcher.
We've got rice and beans in the queue for this week, using one of said smoked hocks.
#medieval trans history
This looks like it could be quite interesting ...
The table of contents and intro are available from that link.
Over here it's sometimes specifically 'working class white boys.' https://www.runnymedetrust.org/blog/the-weaponisation-of-the-left-behind-white-working-class-harms-us-all
serious injury, not mine, joke
This is the sort of joke that would go down very well in my family.
We miss them over the winter. Add in the recent hedgehog sightings, and the month is shaping up.
It can be. I'm pretty crap at it, and haven't really done it in years, and yet at the drop of a hat, I will pull this out ...
The distinction carries over (I think) from Old Skool line printers, where you could CR without a line break in order to overwrite the line. I seem to remember that someone I worked with in the late 80s, using code from earlier, had extensive ASCII graphics routines that made use of this feature. It looked horrible on anything but a 132 character wide tractor feed line printer. On that, it looked amazing.
line feed and carriage return are two distinct things in at least one of the programming languages I claim to know.
It shows up in our veg box about this time of year, and our go-to is fish stew with fennel and saffron. I think it's planned for Sunday ...
If I wear the same pair of sweatpants for a week running, is that one time or seven times?
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Medievalists and Medieval-adjacent. Sort-of.