Teh Squeaky Wheel
Naughty Mac! 😉
Sure Happy it’s Thursday, GN!
The latest Thomas fire news I just read isn’t encouraging; criminy. I hope firefighters were able to finish the containment line…and that it works. Also read there’s an approved contingency plan for a “controlled burn”, which seems like a dubious proposition given the wind conditions.
Hi Fatwa. On the plus side with Thomas, it’s mostly still burning in uninhabited areas. Still moving north and west. Last containment figure I read was 35%. I can’t imagine the size now of CA’s carbon footprint -- Jerry Brown must be about ready to stroke out.
Mac: how are you liking your new image hosting program compared to Photobucket?
Thanks for the additional info.
…Jerry Brown must be about ready to stroke out.
Hahahahahahaha! Didn’t think about the “carbon footprint” aspect. I don’t care who you are…that’s teh funnee.
The eco-doom-and-gloom idjits out there must be having a ginormous collective freakout.
Hi Sven, the Tinypics seems to be working. It is owned by Photobucket so I don’t know what to expect in the future since it was their change in policy that forced a switch. The new one is a bit less flexible but I am still learning to use it most effectively. I can not find anything about limits and that is a concern with Teh Wheel, but it is free. I looked for a premium service but I can not find any mention of it. I would be happy to pay as I have been with Photobucket to get greater limits and capabilities, just not the $400.00 that they want now. Aside from a few small anomalies it seems to be doing the job. I hope I don’t run into limits or changes in the future but this seems to be working better than the others I tried.
Sure Happy It’s Thursday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, Sven, and Mac!
In re the Thomas fire, I have a colleague who lives near Lake Casitas, west of Ojai. They’ve been setting backfires in that area for a couple of days now.
Woke up this morning to no electricity. Teh Older was in the middle of a final exam when it went out. He emailed his professor and got a four-hour extension, so he headed out to find free wi-fi. Power came back on at 7:30, then went out again at 8:00, only to come back on a few minutes later. Hopefully that was the end of it.