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The three movies are well worth watching many times. We're always picking up new details such as in one of the movies there is a leather jacket with "Born To Rune" which references one of the other books. There's a lot of details in a lot of the scenes, my family & I enjoy trying to spot them.
Good Omens while not a Discworld novel is still really good, although I'd recommend reading the book first.
A friend's mom once forgot to get us from acting lessons
We were like 7 and 8 in a strange city at a strange school (the high school I'd later attent, and that friend too, but we didn't know that then and by that time we also weren't friends anymore although we became acquainted again through shared new friends ).
Anyway, my friend and another friend kind of lost it there and started crying.
I was a year older and tried to stay strong.
This was before mobile phones were a thing.
Ultimately, she was an hour late.
Apparently she thought about us when the whole family sat down at the dinner table and they were missing someone
Bottom line, if that ever happened to you, at that age, your joke brings back trauma rather than laughter
I'm trying to figure out YAML pipelines and Environments in Azure DevOps.
A build YAML pipeline is easy enough, as are the classic pipelines, but an Environment YAML pipeline is a bit more complicated.
Guess what the official example is to get you started?
- script: echo my first build job
- script: echo my first deployment
Cool, but I want to do REAL work, which at least involves an artifact with some files!
Is it really that hard to write an example that you could actually use in a real world scenario?