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He was also telling anyone who would listen about his other toys at home.
One of the situations when I wish I could just nuke the hell outta people doing this...
"There is a difference between love and just living together because you'll get serious problems otherwise (eg because her father would show up with a shotgun if I'd move out WTF | ) .
- That's what I said.
Sorry,for this question in this forum, but I search for days now but I found no solution.
I have a c#-dll (built .net4.0)with test-fixtures inside. Verything runs well.
But, when I make the "code-window" inside the "Errors and Failures" visible by dragging the splitter-bar, then I get an exception from NUnit and I can not see any code as expected. If I accept the exception by pressing "Continue", then a cross-mark is displayed.
Grammar. Whitespaces are not an "english-only"-thing.
Grammar. Please read the text before posting it.
I get an exception from NUnit and I can not see any code as expected
Add the exception message. Without it there is anyways no one who could answer your question no matter where you post the question. The more details you give the better are the answers you receive.
"There is a difference between love and just living together because you'll get serious problems otherwise (eg because her father would show up with a shotgun if I'd move out ) .
- That's what I said.
I know there's always a few people here who are looking for new challenges, so maybe this link[^] might help. It seems the British have "recalled" our current governor and so we are looking for a new one.
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Here's an interesting invention[^] that uses the waste products of whiskey manufacturing to render wastewater drinkable. I'm all in favor of doing my part to ensure a steady supply of whiskey making waste to the industry, but I'm wondering if it might be possible to eliminate new water from the process entirely. After enough liquid has passed through the process to prepare another batch, why use any fresh water?
For me, though, I'll insist on virgin whiskey in my glass...