I liked this, but you can't have it.
(Or this comment)
Granted, but there are some words that _no-one_ needs to know the definition of! 😆
Watching my 13 year old daughter looking things up on Urban Dictionary doesn't fill me with confidence... #OhDearDearDear
Dunno how late to the party I might be, but I've been podcasting using Linux exclusively for nearly 11 years. If I can help, I will!
I don't have the strength for that.
Did you know?
In 1898, fourteen years before the Titanic sank, author Morgan Robertson wrote a book called "The Wreck of the Titan".
Its story? Well you know, it's just about a fictional ocean liner called Titan that sinks in the North Atlantic after striking an iceberg.
Thanks for that, I'll have a look at that OPML for ideas, however it doesn't solve my problem. The podcast in question is Fortunately... and although the BBC do have an RSS feed for it, they stopped updating it at the end of last year as part of making the "podcast" exclusive to BBC Sounds. #NoLongerAPodcast
I'm still smarting from the fact that the BBC are taking existing podcasts and then making them exclusive to BBC Sounds, meaning I cannot subscribe to them on my podcast app of choice.
Brand new episode of the Admin Admin Podcast, featuring Al, Jerry, and Jon!
A very #HappyNewYear to all! Whatever may have l happened in 2018, I hope that #2019 brings you success, happiness, and a sense of fulfillment.
I've just seen the premonition sequence of Final Destination 5, against my own better judgement. I predicted that they would have pushed the boundary of what had been done previously to the point of excess. Wow, was I right. Is it _really_ necessary to show that level of detail at the point of someone's demise? The film industry has descended into #GorePorn and it's quite sickening.
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