Oh how fun. A small skunk just wandered up onto our back porch. At 8:30 in the morning. At first, I was concerned that meant it was rabid, but, after a little Googling, I now suspect it's a young skunk who's lost its mother. Either way, I'd rather not have a skunk at my back door (and now I'll have to make sure I remember not to let Kitty Boy go outside for a while).
Young enough to survive? Hope so.· Halil
Not sure. From the research I was doing, it sounds like a young skunk that's lost its mother will continue to wander around until it either finds the mother or starves to death. It will, obviously, continue to eat as long as it can find food (it was feasting on the bird food below our bird feeder this morning), but, basically, unless it finds its mother, it's got a very tough road ahead.· Mr. Noodle
"Kitty Boy"... my next band name.· MoTO Babycakes 4
from a distance, skunks are pretty cute. We had a lovely fluffy one in our trash when we were camping last year.· Christina Pikas
I realize this is totally a first world problem, but, owning 2 houses, especially in the same county (especially right next-door to each other, with consecutive addresses), really sucks. Here in our county, we're required to pay personal property taxes (cars, boats, etc.), real estate taxes (technically, we own 3 separate lots, so, we get 3 of these bills), "emergency ambulance authority" fees (no idea why we pay these, since all of the ambulances around here are privatized) and "fire board" fees. I get all of these bills, and I still haven't figured out how to properly organize them so that I can make sure I've paid all of them for both properties. I somehow missed paying ambulance and fire fees last year, so I got letters saying I now owe twice as much (the penalty for not paying is 100% of the original fee), and I have 10 days, as of the date on the letters, to pay, or else they'll send it to collections.
The ambulance fees weren't a huge deal, despite the fact that they're more expensive, because I could look up our bills online & pay them online. The fire board fees are not available online, and there is no way to pay them online, so, I had to physically locate the bills in my pile of bills, and now I am probably going to have to drive 30 minutes (in the opposite direction I was planning to go today) just to pay the stupid bills before they send them to collections. Of course, the office doesn't open until 9 a.m., so, I can't even call yet to see if I can pay them over the phone.· Mr. Noodle
that is super annoying.· Stephªn1e☀️CogSc1L1brªr1ªn☀️
Hey @NokiaMobile - Does the Nokia 7.1 have a "Glance Screen" like all of your Windows Phones had? So, when it's charging overnight, the clock (& some notifications) is *always* visible without any interaction from the user? Can't find details on this anywhere online. .
Is there any way to explicitly exclude all non-SSL results from a Google CSE? .
Using the @ATTCares website to look at my options for upgrading our phones. It forces me to login & choose which phone I want to upgrade, then suggests 1 tablet & a bunch of smart watches to replace a phone. Something seems off with this. .
And it’s not like it was a popular song, or a slow song or anything. It was the first minute or so of Last Rites/Loved to Death. .
Just heard Megadeth in an ad for AT&T. That, i did not expect. .
We said goodbye tonight to our sweet kitty Mittens. He wandered into our yard about 10 years ago, with a hurt paw. We nursed him back to health, and fed him on our front porch for a few weeks (we weren’t planning on letting him in the house, because we didn’t know how Kitty Boy would deal with having another cat in the house). Eventually, we let him in, and he worked his way deep into our hearts. As far as we can tell, he was about 16 years old (shortly after we took him in, we took him to the vet, and they told us he was at least 6 years old at that time). He died peacefully in Amanda’s arms this evening. He will be terribly missed.
He started acting lethargic about a month ago, and came down with a cold around the same time. We got him to recover from the cold, but he never really recovered from the lethargy. He stopped eating altogether a few days ago, and lost the ability to use his hind legs yesterday, so we knew he was really close to death. I’m glad we were all here when he passed, so he could die knowing just how much we loved him.· Mr. Noodle
I'm so sorry for your loss· Christina Pikas
RT @burgerdrome: If we forgive student loan debt, what next? We forgive medical debt?? We outlaw punitive interest rates??? We reorganise our economy around the needs of the many rather than the interests of the few???? Is that what you want????? A society where human life has value????????? .
RT @gilzow: Hey, you. Yeah, you. The one that works in #HigherEducation and with #WordPress. I bet you've done something you're proud of. Well we want YOU to share your story! @wpcampusorg is now accepting speaker proposals! https://t.co/83jrA25T32 Your story could change someone's life! .
Features I really wish @amazon Music had: 1) The ability to sort albums chronologically; their sorting mechanism makes no sense at all. 2) The ability to separate singles/EPs from full-length albums. I don't want to click on an "album" just to find out it's actually just 1 song .
Did they pass a new gas tax in Virginia that just went into effect or something? For the first time I've ever seen, gas is actually cheaper in WV than in VA right now. .
Welp. Guess it's time to move. Was just sitting in a chair (inside) with my foot propped up on an ottoman; looked down & saw a wasp sitting on my phone right next to my foot. If there's 1, I can only assume we're infested, & it's time to burn the house down. #FirstWorldProblems .
If it’s a paper wasp, they’re pretty harmless. It’s worth having a pro in simply because they can build in places in your home’s ventilation and walls that cause problems for its workings. But I’ve passed by/under their nest any number of times - even when they’re tending larvae - and have never been attacked.· Spidra Webster
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