Rep. Lauren Boebert (Q–CO) seemed to have lost her last marble last night, babbling to TV-pastor Gene Bailey on the religious show Flashpoint about "the unseen" and how the real work in the United States is being done in another dimension. When asked by Bailey what she wanted to tell American Christians, the QAnon congresswoman said, "Don't be distracted by what you are seeing in the natural." (In other words, don't pay attention to what you see; don't pay attention to science or real facts.) "There are certainly things going on in the unseen that god is doing… so don't get distracted by everything you are seeing on the outside." Yikes. She then rambles on about God and outside distractions, and how she believes "we are taking ground in the spirit realm." It's not clear who the "we" is, but if she and her army of ghosts want to take ground in the spirit realm, go right ahead – just leave us naturals out of it.
Heat shrinking tubing is used in electronics projects to keep wires nice and tidy. It's fun to use, too! You can either rub a soldering iron tip over it or use a heat gun and the material shrinks tightly around the wires. You can use heat shrink tubing to reinforce charging cables, repair eyeglasses, and… READ THE REST
Humans really aren't all that different from the other creatures that inhabit this planet. We laugh when cats ignore expensive cat toys while crawling bags or hopping into boxes. But honestly, are we any different? Case in point: in a world with stress balls, weighted blankets, and even adult coloring books, what's one of the… READ THE REST
Political commentator Leigh McGowan, aka PoliticsGirl, hits a home run when she compares bipartisanship to sports. She starts her spot-on rant by giving a few examples of bad sportsmanship that would absolutely end a game of baseball, including, "If I'm playing baseball against your team and I get a base hit, and as soon as… READ THE REST
Cars have been a symbol of freedom for a century. Once you earn a license as a teenager, you've got the means to get out of the house on your own. Later, the freedom of the open road is intoxicating, offering the temptation of limitless adventure if you just hop behind the wheel, turn the… READ THE REST
For decades, they've been mortal enemies. Oil and water. Fire and ice. Hatfields and McCoys. Windows and Mac. Never the twain shall meet. Nowhere is the dichotomous relationship between the two programming giants more evident than when you run an emulator to try and make a Windows app work on a Mac. There's a good… READ THE REST
If you're running a website, you want people to visit that website. Presumably. Wild guess. If you're going through the work and cost of operating a website just to dump your thoughts on the web, that's cool. Diary is probably safer, but whatever. Back to the point at hand: If you're operating a website, you… READ THE REST