January 9th, 2022

Keeler

Devils rejects said it best. Chicken fuckers ruined it for pollo loco franchise

• BitCam - I love this app for the conservative way it uses memory • Scrap - Since BitCam doesn't store meta data, I usually use Scrap immediately after taking a picture to keep a log of the GPS location where I took the photo. • Notability - word processor with features like voice memo, sketching and/or handwritten note taking. It's also my goto app when I want to manipulate a file by exporting it to image file or pdf file. • Notes - word processing app that is included in the iOS bundle of apps. This app has an excellent ability to convert my handwriting into text. • Speechy - transcribing app for my voice memos • Reddit - large community of writers willing to swap and share their manuscripts/scenes for critiquing. • Photos - photo/scan storage • Word Hippo - my dictionary which includes thesaurus. • OneDrive - one terabyte of memory • File Manager - same as 'Files' bundled app which I use to try to keep my stuff organized. • OneNote - currently using this word processor to compose eMail blog updates • Email - I like the template feature which allows me to store all my headers options so that I can import them into a new email after pasting my content into new email from OneNote. This beats creating draft email messages with said headers because importing is easier than opening up a draft, copying the content only to paste it in another draft where I may have already started an email for a blog update. • JabMe - great for updating lj on the go with short tweet-like blurbs. • ComicCaptions - great for starboarding conceptual scenes without having to bring out the calligraphy pens for inking caption bubbles. • Telegram - I wish I knew how to program bots, but while I work on that learning that. email updating my blog with gmailbot works okay. • (Celtx) Script - screenwriting using cloud services so I can access my work on most all my devices. • (Celtx) Index Cards - same as Script, but I still have yet to master how this app works. • MemoPad - doodling • Sketches - doodling • Untitled - neat software for screenwriting that uses fountain markup language. • Inkflow - doodling • Music (iTunes app) - great for creating inspiring playlists consisting of stupid emo-style songs and metal.
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saltshaker

Shrinking chickens from fast food chains remains mystery, and news media keep ppl in the dark

It behooves me how people turn their heads and close their eyes at the senseless killings sponsored by the US government. While minorities have had the right to cast a vote in the United States for decades, it still seems that there is a prejudice in the way law-enforcement behaves towards them. But what about the LGBT sector whom only recently obtained the benefit of recognition for legalized same sex marriages? One might think their situation is much worse if they've only been in acceptance for a fraction of the time ethnic minorities have been accepted as free citizens.

The Werewolf of Wysteria
The Werewolf of Wysteria

It isn't true that people are closing their eyes to the trigger happy police strutting around pining for respect. It is the legislators who don't pass an edict that law enforcement should be dressing in hot pink uniforms (if they're going to be going around shooting innocent people simply because they fear their own lives.)

Let's imagine SB269.12 never sees the light off day. What kind of backlash will this country see? Well, for one thing, food will no longer be sanitary because all the sexually starved people are going to seek jobs at chicken farms so they can fuck the chicken before they are slaughtered and sold to KFC. After all, Pollo Loco subjected their own franchise owners this way. The latter food chain use to be the bees knees when it first started, but somewhere along the line the chickens began to shrink.

Brimtwist

The Russian sleep experiments. Truth or fiction? Wouldn't this photo make a wonderful coffee cup?

This is my rendition of a concept drawing focusing on coffee and black and by black I'm not saying black coffee I'm saying dark by dark I'm not saying dark coffee either. Rather when I'm going for film noir type of dark.



I guess it is a variation of the way, for instance, Steven Spielberg used the color red to depict the jacket of a young girl roaming the streets of Nazi Germany in the 40s while the rest of the film Schindler'sList was black and white. Or the way Tom Six filmed his trilogy of The Human Centipede wherein part two was done completely in black-and-white with the main character sans dialogue.
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incendies

Spoke too soon. Email app doesn't work well with headers for lj

lj-tag: typecast



lj-mood: gloomy





lj-comments: "noemail"



lj-security: public



lj-gallery: LJ_emailpost



lj-imgsecurity: public



lj-imgsize: 640x480



lj-imglayout: horizontal



lj-imgcut: titles





lj-userpic: incendies
lj-tag: typecast
lj-mood: gloomy
lj-comments: "noemail"
lj-security: public
lj-gallery: LJ_emailpost
lj-imgsecurity: public
lj-imgsize: 640x480
lj-imglayout: horizontal
lj-imgcut: titles
For this email attempt, I followed the instruction and listed my headers in the subject and listed them on separate lines.
Halyna

Test #5 what-the-dick?!

lj-userpic: dodo
lj-tag: journalism
lj-mood: worried
lj-comments: "noemail"
lj-security: public
lj-gallery: LJ_emailpost
lj-imgsecurity: public
lj-imgsize: 640x480
lj-imglayout: horizontal
lj-imgcut: titles
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It's official, "Email - Edison" app does NOT work for what I had originally intended to use it for.

For this email, I used the & nbsp ; hex code to separate my headers