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I call them "quanta" but I don't think that the term will ever become popular. But at any rate, unfortunately I will address them.
I don't know of anyone who says that I write long articles for a comments section. But, if I did, what else are comments sections for?
Determining the world's best chess player? I don't use a keyboard so it can't be carbon dated. He then posts them using my sockpuppet account.
Since I write my comments in longhand I don't use a printer so it doesn't make a sound other than the rasping of a pen on paper. Oh, I did long ago long, long ago but it wasn't before the universe was form, it was when the universe was formed.
They don't call it the Big Bang for nothing. My monitor screen is mute so unfortunately it can't talk.
And without hands it can't communicate via sign language. And it is so old that it predates light Genesis so it couldn't be seen.
So you might be optimistic about its youth. And no one would ever like it or be satisfied. Fortunately my compression algorithm is palindromic, enter a single number your choice and it will generate a very long post as a function of that number.
As the saying goes, "garbage in, garbage out". My Word Editor is based on my condensing algorithm in palindromic mode. It would probably go on forever but it has a bug like pretty much all the software I wrote during my too long career that can't handle the PM to AM crossover and it fortunately crashes.
So I can get at most one day of output. After all, if you can't convince them about the soundness of your arguments by citing objective data, crash their servers.
I would have thought that they would have had better judgment and put me on their ignore list a long time ago in order to avoid them.
He and the others must be gluttons for punishment. No need to think about it. Those that have patience, like the meek, shall inherit all the wisdom and the Earth.
The latter only after we're done destroying it, of course. I have said for years that if all the time and effort spent on advertising would instead be focused on something useful, then this world would be a much better place to live.
Not only that, but we would then have even more time for chess and for participating in my fan club. Acting like a proper second has two beneficial effects: 1 Creating a synopsis of my comments keeps them busy all day so that they don't bother the player which then has the time to do proper analyses and 2 The synopsis of all the useful information on my posts is so short that, if they actually have the time to bring them to the player, it doesn't distract him very long to read them and discard them.
Please keep them coming. I have always encouraged readers to add me to their ignore list and, if so, have commended them for their good judgment.
So, I commend you. But why "again"?. That implies that you have me a second chance to be concise and on-topic and by now you should have known better than that.
I am puzzled though. Why is your post any less off-topic than mine are? Who cares why you or anyone else puts someone on their ignore list and what does that have to do with the subject of this page?
It seems to me to be a case of the pot calling the kettle black. You can read them but you have been warned! Sorry about that. Which I should, since I do remember that it wasn't all that long ago.
BTW, have you gotten your first box of crayons yet? But perhaps you're right, even the All-Seeing Eye probably didn't have the stomach to suffer through all my posts.
No kidding. Coloring pictures, sudokus, easter bunny filled with chocolats. Then the boss took a picture of me. I'm working in a kitchen for the homeless.
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Danny MacAskill Horsing. Around at Lindores. Click and Watch. Voted No. Sections of the imposing precinct wall which once enclosed the abbey can also be seen in fields to the south.
Carved wooden panels from the Abbey of the early 16th century survive in the Laing Museum, Newburgh and, reset in a 19th-century cabinet, in St.
Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Dundee. The monks distilled rose water at the Abbey, and in May rosewater and apples from Lindores were sent to James V.
In a distillation vat was discovered in the ruins, along with evidence of whisky production. The remains of the still are preserved for display in the ruins.
The Abbey is open to visitors and a whisky distillery, Lindores Abbey Distillery, in the Lowlands whisky region, is directly opposite the Abbey. It started distilling whisky in December , using three stills made by Forsyths of Rothes.
Scotch whisky must be aged a minimum of three years, in oak barrels, and the Abbey planned to age its products for five years.
Hence, no whisky sales would be made until at least In the meantime, the distillery was selling its aqua vitae , since this type of alcoholic beverage does not require such long aging.
The barley used here is grown in Fife ; since mid, it has been the Concerto strain grown on two farms adjoining the abbey property. By the end of , the distillery planned to use "locally grown Lindores barley exclusively".