I'm compiling my own Linux kernel. Not done this for many years.
Fellow Linux users: need to perform surgery on my laptop and first step involves resizing an existing ext4 partition ideally keeping its files. What's the fastest way? Command line methods are fine.
Fancy dress party, somewhere in Glasgow
Great costumes. Folk having a laugh.
Old guy stands by himself in the corner with a can of kestrel super. Stark naked except for a large shoe tied round his crotch.
"What have you come as?"
"Me? Ahm jus fuckin' aboot"
Just got my old Amigas 500 working including its hard disk. Amazing really as it's not been powered on for 25 years. Feeling a little emotional TBH.
Confession: I'm reading about boot loaders and boot managers and finding it really interesting.
Dad, look, the characters in this game show real ethnic diversity!
Yeah, not only that but you're shooting them indiscriminately too.
A deformed and/or ferocious-looking witch. Baba Yaga flies around in a pestle, wields a mortar, and dwells deep in the forest in a hut. In Russian folkloric myths her house is described as standing on chicken legs (or sometimes a single chicken leg)
Found a typo that deserves to be a new word: reasonsing.
Bare trees on a sunset cracked horizon.
Zooming through the wintry British countryside. It looks just like Sir, you are being hunted. I'm sure I saw a red visor and a puff of pipe smoke near Wigan.