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I have long feared this day.
WordPress has changed to a clunky unusable (IMO) editor that creates horrible proprietary HTML code. Among other downgrades in the user interface. They apparently never heard the wisdom, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”
They say they can restore the classic editor. For a fee.
No. So long, WordPress. Fun while it lasted.
Come visit http://mindfulwebworks.com for my original webworks.
This one made me LOL.
h/t Powerline: This Week in Pictures, which see for much more
Always good for several chuckles and guffaws:
Powerline The Week in Pictures by Steven Hayward
h/t All Hail Eris on A♠
I had just this morning been thinking about how some of the smartest people can be so dumb.
Here’s an illustration of my level of accomplishment in life:
“Pareidolia strikes deep.” Here’s one which would fit in well on Bluebird of Bitterness’s amazing faces posts.
The muchly-political blog Ace of Spades has a politics-free zone Saturday afternoons. The Pet Thread has pix and stories of folks’ pets, and in the comments, folks share their pet tails, the joy of new kittens, the sad passing of old furry friends.
FenelonSpoke, on the pet thread, linked to this cute pic on Sunny Skyz:
Another great can’t-miss Saturday pet resource… provided you can get out of bed to get there.
Ned Hardy, c/o Ace Pet Thread
Humorous introductory remark
Snark about Bernie Sanders
Witty pun about drinking responsibly
Plot, characters, scenes,
action, even dialogue!
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Luncheon Loaf: brickmuppet.mee.nu/
Celery Soup: joycomplex.com
Science Fiction: hogmartin on A♠ (the inspiration for this post)
Blog comment: joyfulpublicspeaking.blogspot.com
You know what’s fun?
You know what else is full of pet cuteness?
The authentic Beatnik poems is a wonderful touch.
I miss our good old dog.
h/t Weirddave on A♠
Disaster Girl Meme Explains What Was Really Happening
BY : FRANCESCA DONOVAN, Unilad (UK)
Meet Zoë Roth, otherwise known to millions on the World Wide Web as her alter ego, Disaster Girl, which rose from the ashes of a burning house and has since been superimposed over scenes of mass destruction and pop culture alike.
Nothing is safe from the Disaster Girl meme.