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... I'm not going to do any work. Not today. I will have plenty to the next days, but tosay is my day off. One of the 'no work' items on the list is to go outside behind the house and finally get some paint on the Huey.
Exactly how this was intended to be seen. Also one of the greatest failures to bring the intention to the audience. It's not a coincidence that they chose Wagner, just like some guys in brown uniforms. The fashion color 'turd' was shure popular among them. The problem is that those idiots were damn good when it came to making heroic propaganda. Emulating them has not quite worked out the way they thought.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
VB6 just got an important boost from Microsoft blogger Scott Hanselman. In his post (bit.ly/2rcPD0f), Hanselman shows how to configure a VB6 app to be hosted in the Windows 10 Store, using the Microsoft Desktop Bridge infrastructure and tools (bit.ly/2HFVzcc). That’s huge, as hosting an app in the store means that Microsoft is at least somewhat vouching for its compatibility and content. Potential purchasers perceive it as sort of a Good Computing Seal™
Haven't used VB6 in years. I have seen some appalling stuff written in it (functions called "UseThisOne", "ThisOneWorks" (it didn't) and "Fred2" (wonder what happened to Fred1 ?) together with your own personal favourite lots of "Resume Next" etc).
I think support in this case means Microsoft tests the old code against new Windows versions. Don't know what they would do if it didn't work. Still, it is an excellent RAD language (Runaway After Deployment).