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Monsieur - Male cat because he was Franchman-level snotty
Angus - Male cat, fat, all black like the cows; great snuggler with me, hated everybody else
Bacchus - Male greyhound, named for the Greek/Roman god of wine and revelry; we chose his name _before_ the adoption folks told us he didn't bark, he only whined
Hera - Female greyhound named for the wife of Zeus, aka Boss Lady; she's the dominant of the two dogs, and loves to tell B what to do
Canada - All-white female cat, looked like an ambulatory snow bank (even in summer)
Guccina - Female black cat. A feminized form of "Gucci", she was named after the fashion designer because she looked so elegant.
Cali - My daughter's female calico cat. I called her "Cali-Whumpus" (alliterating caddy-whumpus) because she always tumbled off furniture.
Treble - My wife's dachshund was originally named "Trouble" when she got him, which she though was bad karma. She renamed him "Treble". It didn't help.
Pet names deserve consideration, and should always come with good stories.
I'll let you guess the rule used for naming my chickens based what the results are. It all came about because one of the people who delivered our first ones decided to call one of them 'Ava'.
2nd batch (a few years later whilst A, B and C were still with us) we were given some more chickens by someone who could no longer house them. They were called
When we moved to rented accommodation, we had to give away A, B, D, E and F (C had gone to the big coop in the sky). Having moved to a new home, we have at long last got some new ones; so, continuing the naming rule, we now have
and a few weeks later, a neighbour found a stray, who is now called
If a really dumb foreigner sneaks into your country, would they be an illegal ignorant?
"I have no idea what I did, but I'm taking full credit for it." - ThisOldTony
"Common sense is so rare these days, it should be classified as a super power" - Random T-shirt
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Meaning, make an anchor tag with a URL that points to that page, even if I rename the page or move it or whatever.
It probably breaks if my page is in an(other) area, which hasn't happened, but at least I get some strong typing while still keeping to naming conventions (which in Razor Pages is that mysite.com/Whatever routes to WhateverModel).
Now the issue is that I don't actually use the IUrlHelper, so VS is giving me a warning to remove the unused variable.
As a fix, it suggests I add a SuppressMessageAttribute, which suppresses the message for that specific method.
However... Once I have the SuppressMessageAttribute, VS finds nothing to suppress anymore and I get a warning to remove the unnecessary SuppressMessageAttribute
It seems as though this only happens when I restart VS though, because when I remove and re-add the attribute the warning does not return.