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Cats love everything with a strong natural aroma, like fish. They are pure carnivores, so a vegan diet iwould not only never come to their minds: It would kill them. They don't even have receptors for 'sweet', as fruits as natural source of sugar are not on their manu.
These biscuits can be very unhealthy for a cat because they often are made from ... grain. Not exactly their favorite treat. It is 'seasoned' with something like meat extract, similar to instant soup, to provide a suitable smell and taste to make them eat it anyway.
fur-king awful strong taste!!
Like eating instant soup, perhaps?
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.
I think the police are trying to stifle comments on hairstyle choices, following some recent high-profile interviews with a deputy chief constable: Police Commissioner Defends Senior Whaley Bridge Cop After Criticism Of Her HAIR - LBC[^] Personally, I would find it difficult to take orders from, or to respect as a police officer, someone with quite such a need to "make a statement" especially when it breaks the code of conduct for less senior officers...
I am using Win10 and Office 2016 at work lappie... and I still have to find something useful that was improved.
But annoying things were not that hidden... One of the most annoying things are the elephanting and useless animations. Specially the "cell selection" in excel, what a crap. And on top it brings a small delay with every interaction.
Rant mode off... and back to work
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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You can switch them off in the Settings.
I once found a checklist somewhere on the Internet, cannot find a link right now, with the things that have to be turned off (like this animation crap) and on (like auto-saving every x minute, why on earth is such a useful feature not by default) after new office installation to enable normal working.
...but should we worry?
once upon a time computers (o/s, even the bios) had control panels where you could set things yourself. well you've seen what ms has done to removed from it's control panel.
how long before app settings go the same way?
in fact: adding a new account to outlook, getting harder and harder to get into the "set-it-myself" mode - often only after you've been all but forced through the "let-us-do-it-for-you" way. (... ok, being fair android and ios are pretty much the same too.)
Android isn't too bad about it, but iOS? Apple do not like you leaving their ecosystem!
I had this with a bunch of users recently who piggyback on my domain for email (rather then getting myname12772 at hotmail or whatever, they get what they want) but the security certificate renewal Apple decided was bad and chimed up a message every two minutes. No one else complained, but it only went away when you went into the details on each user iPhone and change the email address ... to exactly what it was before.
Sent from my Amstrad PC 1640 Never throw anything away, Griff
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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