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Yeah me too but the tickets are only $30-$45 so I won't be out a lot just disappointed.
I've only walked out of two concerts in my life and the last one was about 3 years ago I took my oldest son to see Nine Inch Nails and they absolutely sucked.
I saw Joe Cocker not too long ago, and it was actually kind of funny. Every time he jumped 2 inches in the air (I'm certain the max height he can reach now), the audience (of mostly older women) would go wild. And the pseudo air guiter he kept doing with his fingers (quite possibly the result of some Parkinson's-like disorder) was amusing too.
At first I thought it was just VB with Option Strict On, but the sample itself gave the same error when I ran it.
A number of the samples that ship with #D have bugs.
This is not the worst I have found, though. One program I was looking at was buggier than a termite mound, and it seemed only Chuck Norris could get rid of those bugs. And no, this was NOT PHP! PHP looked good in comparison!
Why not post this as a Tip/Trick here on CP, or, on the C# general forum ? imho, this is purely a technical post, primarily code, related to ICSharpCode. CP has no forum for Mono, ICSharpCode, etc., and there are only a total of 15 items in the categories, Articles, Tips/Tricks, Technical Blogs for the search term "ICSharpCode."
This type of post, here, just gets "submerged" in the vast flow of the Lounge. My saying this, does not mean I don't appreciate your technical skill in fixing bad code !
"access to everything ever written or recorded, know everything the user ever worked on and saved to his or her personal hard drive, and know a whole lot about the user's tastes, friends and predilections." The future as envisioned by Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google, in an interview with USA Today.
Two weeks ago I left for Madeira[^]. I see voting is still off, so I might have to go back (will it EVER get back, or I might as well go to live there)
Had a good time, the weather was... Not what I expected, but it seems even sub-tropical islands have winters. At least it was quite a bit better than here at home and I still managed to have a great time
Back to work tomorrow, can't say I'm all up for it, but ah well...
I've always found there are two problems with America. Second is that it's just to big! When you've been to The Netherlands you've seen The Netherlands. I've been to Madeira, so I've seen Madeira (I could go back for the Portugal mainland of course, and maybe I could've combined the two, but do I have to, really?). When you go to America, well, what part? I think there's few countries with so much diversity in just about anything as America... You don't plan one vacation to America and seen America, you need to plan 50...
You might wonder about my first problem with it. It's fobidden to discuss in the lounge and I don't really want to go there anyway
Anyway, I still wish to visit America sometime (but only the good parts)
When you go to America, well, what part? I think there's few countries with so
much diversity in just about anything as America... You don't plan one vacation
to America and seen America, you need to plan 50
That's the good part for those of us that live in America. We can go on 50+ vacations without ever leaving the country.
We are using Lync for IMs at work. By chance I happened upon interesting character sequences. When describing entries with classifications (S) (E) (R) in Lync these sequences rendered as a quartermoon with a face, an envelope, and an rainbow (1/4) arc respectively.
Went looking to find what others there may be but my google-fu is poor. When I have some down time, good old trial and error.
:-) or :)
:-D or :d
:-O or :o
:-P or :p
;-) or ;)
:-( or :(
:-S or :s
:-l or :l
:-$ or :$
(H) or (h)
(A) or (a)
(c) or (C)
(Y) or (y)
(N) or (n)
(B) or (b)
(D) or (d)
(X) or (x)
(Z) or (z)
:-[ or :[
(L) or (l)
(U) or (u)
(K) or (k)
(G) or (g)
(F) or (f)
(W) or (w)
(P) or (p)
(T) or (t)
(I) or (i)
(E) or (e)
(O) or (o)
(M) or (m)
(R) or (r)
You may now crown me the Google-Fu King Master!
"These people looked deep within my soul and assigned me a number based on the order in which I joined." - Homer
I gave my laptop to a friend yesterday who wanted to use it to quickly type a document. I got back home and wanted to find a document from my 'Downloads' folder and oops! I can't find it. Checked the recycle bin and it's not there. Wow! It was panic, I searched everywhere for files in that same folder and Windows can't find em and I was really pissed. Today, bored and wanting to see a movie, Right clicking on VLC[^] from the taskbar where I had pinned it, I saw the filename of a file supposedly in the 'Downloads' folder, curious, I clicked on it and amazingly, the file played. What!? I asked myself. I then asked VLC[^] to show the file in the containing folder and oops, it's in a different folder, he has probably moved it by mistake trying to get a hang of the mouse. But the thing is, how did VLC[^] find my file even when I had moved it out of the original folder? That I am working on, saved my ass though, I was already starting to rebuild my search index which is taking forever.
The first step in the acquisition of wisdom is SILENCE, the second is LISTENING, the third MEMORY, the forth, PRACTICE and the fifth is TEACHING others!
Panic, Chaos, Destruction. My work here is done.
Drink. Get drunk. Fall over - P O'H
OK, I will win to day or my name isn't Ethel Crudacre! - DDEthel Crudacre
I cannot live by bread alone. Bacon and ketchup are needed as well. - Trollslayer
Have a bit more patience with newbies. Of course some of them act dumb - they're often *students*, for heaven's sake - Terry Pratchett
My dyslexia kicked in and I thought it read: "Marc Clifton arrested" and immediately began to wonder what the hell he could possibly do...oh wait a minute there was that Chocolate Cake incident not long ago?