“Sure,” she said, while having a drink for breakfast at the post office.
“Are they from Gresham?” I asked.
“Nope,” he said, “Sigil is Portland proper, Fritz is Eugene, Elfbreath is somewhere in a trailer on the coast.”
Do you love porting? For ideas on how to make GHC suck less on your favorite architecture, see this not-at-all ugly table.
Two Everett citizens were killed and a score wounded, several seriously, this afternoon when the steamer Verona drew up to the City dock and attempted to land its crowd of almost 200 I. W. W. Sheriff McRae tried to parley with them. A shot was fired from the boat at the sheriff and a general battle followed. The Verona backed away from the wharf and returned to Seattle. On arrival there the I.W.W. crowd was arrested, five were found to be dead and about 30 wounded.
Ria has the sprue. She keeps her cœliac disease a secret, though, because she works in food service, and customers knowing about her little gluten-sensitive enterology problem would, she feels, damage her credibility.
“The fried chicken is delicious,” she coos. There is nothing gluten-free on the menu, so she does not have first-hand knowledge of this. Instead she is proxying the amalgamated judgments of others.
“I think it stems from employing people who are capable of telling you what BGP stands for,” he said. “Watching my DevOps team in action is an infuriating mix of ‘Damn, that’s a slick CI/CD process you’ve built,’ and ‘What do you mean you don’t know what the output of netstat means?’”
NOAA decommissioning weather.noaa.gov led to breakage which reveals just how much duplication of code and effort there is for fetching and parsing weather data.