Wanna have your laugh for the day?
My computer, an iMac Warp Speed VI, had slowed to a crawl. On rare occasion K used my computer and complained about how something was waaaay wrong with it, this from a woman who has a Hewlett Packard, which of course runs Windows. (Can you tell I'm not a HP or Windows fan?)
Yesterday I was looking at all the little symbols on the screen of my Warp Speed VI (by then more like a Molasses Drip II) and saw there was one marked "downloads", which I assumed was just an inverted "upload". (Hey, to my little Neanderthal brain that makes perfect sense!) I've opened email attachments from friends and contracts and such from work, but never thought about where they went after I read them.
I clicked on that icon and lo and behold there were "downloads" on there from years ago! Over 1,400 of them to be exact. I figured if I hadn't looked at them in years I probably wouldn't look at them again in the future, so I whacked 'em all. Pffffft! Gone. And now my 'puter is back to running at Warp Speed again.
^already more tech savvy than me
Who knew? *Besides every other adult and most kids over the age of 2 in the civilized world.*
I see the Defense Department will soon remove the restriction that prohibits women in combat. The social media is abuzz with the question, "Is this a good idea?"
My answer is a resounding YES! I say this because years ago as a married man with a wife, three daughters and a female dog in the house, I knew without doubt on certain days of the month they could have gone toe-to-toe with the Warsaw Pact and put some serious whup-ass on them.
Ronald Reagan didn't bring Communism down. It was the threat of having to face my female warriors that made them unfurl the white flag. ;)