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When looking at the starting image I thought there was a Festool plunge-cut saw guide rail (Tauchsägenführungsschiene). :-)
@email@example.com I see.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I agree, error handling often takes up much more than the happy path. My first work mate hammered that into me right at the beginning of my work life. Even if you don’t think that something can fail, chances are it still might. So always be safe than sorry. This attitude quickly proofed to be correct. Sure enough, I ran into – and luckily handled – errors that were initially thought to be impossible. I’m very grateful for these valuable lessons.
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org How I deal with that? I have a large lightning protector tree in front of the house! Just need to hope that it doesn’t crash into the roof once it gets a strike.
Other than that I don’t have a good strategy either. Since I don’t use 2FA and have some hard passwords memorized, I might be able to recover some data/accounts, but definitely not all. Have to come up with a suitable battle plan in the future.
@email@example.com Bloody gorgeous, mate! \o/ Super great shots, I have to say. :-) Somehow your URLs for the small and large versions completely differ. Is that on purpose? Also, an important hint for others: I just found out by accident that the directory listing will show more pictures. Totally worth to manually go up (or use your browser’s shortcut support, if possible).
Today, I decided to take some photos again on my way in the woods. Couldn’t be bothered the last two days. It was too humid and I leaked like crazy. Surprisingly, I went outside, though.
I never heard of pop-pop boats before, pretty interesting toy.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I usually only use eggs for baking or fry them for potatoes and spinach. @email@example.com Why don’t you have them anymore? Did the fox get them all when the door didn’t close in time? ]:->
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com These numbers are like rolling a dice. I only know the folk saying “Morgenrot, schlecht Wetter droht” – “Red sunrise impends bad weather”. Not sure, though, whether there are any scientific data to back it up or not. The only country lore that’s always true is: “Wenn der Hahn kräht auf dem Mist, ändert sich’s Wetter oder es bleibt wie es ist” – “When the cock crows on the dung heap, the weather changes or stays the same”.
@firstname.lastname@example.org One has to be lucky, that’s for sure, yes. And when seeing such a nice one, one is definitely lucky and happy. :-)