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Company switched over to gmail some weeks ago, and I was used to having spam fully disabled. Gmail is a bit fiddly with it but you can make a filter which I assumed meant any spam would go to the inbox.
So when I noticed the spam count of 1 this morning. Click the tab and see a Microsoft Insider Program newsletter.
My first reaction is, "Oh okay, it's a newsletter that a bunch of others might have clicked spam to, and gmail with its black box just following what the masses it told it."
but "I stopped getting spam things. Odd, the filter is working. I have really bad spam in my inbox."
NO "is google hiding any potential Microsoft tools which could make me switch back to office?"
Let me actually read the stub alert for its reason.
"Ahhh, redirected from my old account and gmail unable to verify sender."
That is all good. No worries.
Test sending to the old email account to see if my filter works on those as well.
Email arrived into Inbox.
But these are still in production, to my surprise: Wilesco D16[^]
I had one when I was a kid, probably handed down from my uncle. I never bothered to oil the piston before running it, but it worked anyway. I wonder what became of it. It probably disappeared when we moved to Texas. Or it still is hidden in a storage box.
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.
Considered purely as music, that is a beautiful version - and there are several other beautiful versions at YouTube. But nothing makes me associate to machines in any of those performances. In these beautifully sounding versions, the lute comes through strong and clear...
The L'Arpeggiata / Vincenzo Capezzuto version, especiall when played at a high sound level, is the only one I know of where I can hear those machine noises to which "the warbling lute, though used to conquest, must be forced to yield, with thee unable to dispute".
I live in the southeast of the US and I see lots of married couples that do not have wedding rings, but rather something that looks like it came out of a cereal box. When did plastic rings become a thing for marriages?
I have never understood people going in to debt for a wedding ring but this seems a bit overkill. What's going on? I'm tempted to get married again so I can figure out what they are all about.
Is this happening in other countries?
Everyone is born right handed. Only the strongest overcome it.