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I'm trying to run ARC Welder in the Chrome browser, and evidently I need to have a "APK" to choose, which I presume is some component, and so I need to download is somewhere. I figure the folks here know the best one to download.
I'm fairly certain that no one will be naming any new babies "Karen" for the foreseeable future. Shame, as I like the name Karen. Couldn't they have chosen "Olga" or something else for this "Karen" name.
You don't need to convince me! I'm in on the plan to inflate their far too fragile egos to the point of total delusion and let them deal with the whole mess. Heavy lifting? Not my job anymore. Heavy thinking? Also not my problem anymore. Dirty or dangerous jobs? God forbid! And while you are at it, take that gun over there and send the hordes of Mordor home when they come to knock at the door.
Very evil, but it's almost too easy. They actually want to believe 'their own' propaganda and it's far too late for them when they finally notice where it leads them. But I'm also smart enough to stay away from the monster I help to create.
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.
Yes, we use Kibana which makes use of Elastisarch.
We use it for our logs and I am pretty impressed with it - once you are used to the interface it's fairly straightforward tracking down exceptions in logs.
I did not have any part in setting it up but just use it to search for errors in logs on different servers.
I think the hard work is in setting it up.
“That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.”
I recently read an interview with Imperial Triumphant on my Facebook feed.
Before that I never heard of the band, but they were mentioned with Oranssi Pazuzu, currently one of my favorite black metal bands so that got my attention.
They're an avant-garde metal band from New York and they'll be releasing a new album somewhere in 2020.
Apparently, they've been active since 2005, but for some reason did not appear on my radar until now.
I checked out their previous album and it's awesome, the opening track starts with trumpets, which are featured throughout the track.
This song is from their upcoming album, which I'm now looking forward to!
Even for metal standards this isn't easy listening, so not for the faint of heart