James Whitelaw wrote:
Just the way quotes nest I guess. It is good to assume things are still around and not deleted. For example in my old job I recovered many “deleted” emails from Outlook PST files because folks forgot to compress the PST file. Deleted items on a HD can still be recovered unless “overwritten” by new data (the methods that apps use to “wipe” old data forever.
Skandi Rogers wrote:That's an error with the post in which you quote it originally; the posters name which you are quoting doesn't show in your original post so it cannot show in quotes of that original post. Most likely as you were editing the post you deleted part of the quote syntax by accident. I'm sure a mod can fix it so it credits the original writer again.
James Whitelaw wrote:
Judith Browning wrote:
I am using Parler, as well, It has growing pains as many are fleeing other platforms to goto it, but it does work for me.
Judith Browning quote....Locally a Chief of Police was fired for speaking a little too freely at that site. Apparently he thought the no censorship also meant no one could view his rants? or that everyone there would agree with his promoting violence?
I think anything we post online is up for grabs...stuff is out there the minute you post it, no real 'take backs'...email, facebook, all the new 'alternative' places...it's all one...and there forever...delete is not 'delete'.
James Whitlaw quote....Have you all been following the Parler “hack”. Apparently Parler left itself with in a state where others were able to take admin control and scrape everything off the servers including deleted posts (apparently they didn’t actually delete anything, just mark bits as “deleted”). Videos from the Capitol on 1-6 (Parler didn’t obscure date or geo-location for anything) and adjacent dates are being documented online. I’ve heard even private messages are being revealed. Here is a map showing all the uploads geolocated. Interesting times.
Gary Numan wrote:
Not my recipe, I saw it on a barbecue website.
I was a bit amused that on that forum, a couple folks didn't know what 'oleo' was. Then again, my daughters didn't know either when I recently asked them. I had to explain that in the 70s and earlier, oleo was a healthy(!) alternative to evil, artery clogging butter.
Related story: My mom told me that 70+ years ago (she's north of 90, BTW), it was illegal for food factories to color oleo/margarine yellow, lest customers would think it was actually butter. To bypass the law, the opaque white margarine would be sold in a sealed clear plastic pouch, and also within was a small tablet of yellow food coloring. A fun activity of my then preteen mom, was to bust open the yellow tablet and knead the margarine within the pouch til the yellow food coloring (gawd, I *hope* it was food coloring, now that I think about it!) would eventually change the oleo's color to a more palatable yellow color.
Karl Newman wrote:One of the problems I have with this website is that I cannot find anything!
If I want to read random interesting things, this is a good place!
If I want to learn a specific thing by looking it up. no such luck!
if I search for how to make hay rakes or hay forks, I know that information is here!... I cannot find it!