And of course it says “thread closed” and there’s no way to contact the poster to ask, “Did you find a solution?” Note: Because my comment below isn’t always showing at the top (it was the first comment made, shortly after this posted), I’m copying it here: Heh! Someone on Facebook points to a 2011 … See the Meme
And sorry, but it’s true. Goodbye Tardar Sauce (her real name): Grumpy Cat, Internet Celebrity With a Piercing Look of Contempt, Is Dead at 7 She died Tuesday (May 14), and her owner announced her death on Twitter early this morning.
It will be a struggle that I will have to bear. Please carry on without me. (If you didn’t already know, my primary presence on Facebook is here.)
“See, that’s exactly the problem with you! You call them ‘strangers’, but they’re my people!”
So many are sans a comedic sense. (If you don’t “get it,” this article from the staid BBC will help.)
And really, is his list of children’s names, ages, exact addresses, and the best method to break into their homes fully encrypted? Not feeling festive for Christmas? You’re not alone. From my blog: Blue Christmas.
Truthfully, most of them are people I’ve never heard of before, and have no idea why they would think they’re “friends.” And I have no idea why they’d show them to me again after I’ve clicked Dismiss.
But it could be worse: have you seen what other people post? It’s surprising they can spell “post”!
Of course, the “Mute” button would be really helpful too.
Our local UPS driver is, in fact, Tanya. She takes great care of us. (Yeah, one of my sidelines is Get Out of Hell Free® cards. Tanya delivers them from the printer.)