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12 Jan 2019, 6:02 pm

me neither , Google told me

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Find the XML file you want to open. XML files are encoded in plaintext, so you can open them in any text editor and be able to clearly read it.
Right-click the XML file and select "Open With." ...
Select "Notepad" (Windows) or "TextEdit" (Mac). ...
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12 Jan 2019, 6:03 pm

SaveFerris wrote:
me neither , Google told me

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Find the XML file you want to open. XML files are encoded in plaintext, so you can open them in any text editor and be able to clearly read it.
Right-click the XML file and select "Open With." ...
Select "Notepad" (Windows) or "TextEdit" (Mac). ...
Interpret the text on the screen.


I have Word for Mac.



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12 Jan 2019, 6:05 pm

The navy blue uniforms adopted by many police departments in the U.S. were simply surplus army uniforms from the Civil War.


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12 Jan 2019, 6:06 pm

That was smart of them....



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12 Jan 2019, 6:07 pm

The homeless of Tokyo, Japan, sleep in 24-hour Internet cafes, since it's cheaper than paying rent.

(IMO, US cities with a large homeless population, such as Portland, should consider this idea.)


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12 Jan 2019, 6:50 pm

Betty White will be 97 soon. :D


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12 Jan 2019, 7:55 pm

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the Amazing Boo Cat


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12 Jan 2019, 9:30 pm

I purged / deleted about 8500 PM messages from my mailboxes tonight and by the end I was ruthless, because it was such a painstaking process to read through everything and try to save individual conversations. I apologise to anyone I deleted, but my PM boxes were out of control. They were all full (which means I had close to 10 000, and they started self-deleting or not accepting more), so I had to deal with it once and for all.

My PM is now back on. I'll sort the final 1500 tomorrow. Lol.

(Surely there has to be an easier way to do this?)



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12 Jan 2019, 9:32 pm

IsabellaLinton wrote:
I purged / deleted about 8500 PM messages from my mailboxes tonight and by the end I was ruthless, because it was such a painstaking process to read through everything and try to save individual conversations. I apologise to anyone I deleted, but my PM boxes were out of control. They were all full (which means I had close to 10 000, and they started self-deleting or not accepting more), so I had to deal with it once and for all.

My PM is now back on. I'll sort the final 1500 tomorrow. Lol.

(Surely there has to be an easier way to do this?)


Yeah it annoys me too with my pm messages. :lol:


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12 Jan 2019, 11:35 pm

As f----g disturbing as this to say* something I kind of gathered from skimming fearfully through a wikipedia article on Satanism.. :| how 'politicized' it's been.

The 'literary kind' with John Milton's 'Paradise lost' and the 'Frankenstein's' publication by the 'Shelley' couple, French revolutionary thinkers citing the Abrahamic religion's 'main demon' as an example of rebelliousness against tyrants, the 'decadence' art movement in the 19th century and interests in occultism not uncommonly coming from an antinomian like spite towards socio-economic/political climates... :| I still don't really understand last year's funk w/ new 'Sabrina' show lawsuit.

..but it does make me think something...socio-economic/political climate at a cross-road b/c we have to actually take mental health seriously whilst trying to make human rights/equity and sustainability, environmental or otherwise feasible for +7.6 billion when there is 'no return' from realizing how 'small the world' is given the internet... evangelical, millennialist, extremist sentiments make more sense now. Evangelical, millennialist, extremist sentiments making use of the 'demonic rhetoric' make more sense now.

*from me, that is saying a lot



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12 Jan 2019, 11:37 pm

As f----g disturbing as this to say* something I kind of gathered from skimming fearfully through a wikipedia article on Satanism.. :| how 'politicized' it's been.

The 'literary kind' with John Milton's 'Paradise lost' and the 'Frankenstein's' publication by the 'Shelley' couple, French revolutionary thinkers citing the Abrahamic religion's 'main demon' as an example of rebelliousness against tyrants, the 'decadent' art movement in the 19th century and interests in occultism not uncommonly coming from an antinomian like spite towards socio-economic/political climates... :| I still don't really understand last year's funk w/ new 'Sabrina' show lawsuit.

..but it does make me think something...socio-economic/political climate at a cross-road b/c we have to actually take mental health seriously whilst trying to make human rights/equity and sustainability, environmental or otherwise feasible for +7.6 billion when there is 'no return' from realizing how 'small the world' is given the internet... evangelical, millennialist, extremist sentiments make more sense now. Evangelical, millennialist, extremist sentiments making use of the 'demonic rhetoric' make more sense now.

*from me, that is saying a lot



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13 Jan 2019, 1:27 am

In The Beatles' "Rocky Raccoon", does Rocky die or not?!?


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13 Jan 2019, 3:15 am

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In The Beatles' "Rocky Raccoon", does Rocky die or not?!?

yes, he most likely bleeds to death as his doc is a drunken quack. the guy who shot him is a bastard and I won't even comment on the faithless person who betrayed him.



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13 Jan 2019, 5:17 am

I'm guilty of ding dong ditching. :lol:


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