If you have an android car stereo for BT streaming (and who doesn’t these days) and are having problems playing certain podcast episodes, here a solution.
The title of the podcast episode may have a special character (like a ‰x) or be too long. This will cause the display to crash, and that may freeze or reset the whole device.
I’ve also had trouble with long podcast descriptions with special characters in the rss feed crashing devices and podcast players.
The less you put in the title and feed, the better your feed will perform in this buggy software world.
This took me quite some time to figure out. I even had to listen to a horrible podcast. on the subject to figure it out.
Who knew this was the origin story.
Watch “Mah Nà Mah Nà” on YouTube
How do you know if it’s a gps dart or a bullet?
How many guns do the cops carry now? Bullets, taser, gps?
Amazing video about an often referred to as occult event.
This may be selective editing, but still amusing.
This is why Fakeologist’s potential audience is soooo small.
Today, FOE will explain economics, fraud, unemployment, and the end of the world. There will no longer be a need for economists, if there ever was. You will understand everything.FOE is that sort of column.Long ago, everybody worked on farms, growing food. This was a real service. People wanted food. They liked to eat it. At the same time, there was a tremendous demand for refrigerators and cars. People didn’t know they wanted these things because they hadn’t been invented. But they wanted them anyway.
Source: Leisure Unsought, Neural Networks, and Other Dramas, by Fred Reed – The Unz Review
Let’s counter the fakery with some sweet stories.
Rafella Garito, 18, thought she was going on a regular plane ride with her boyfriend, Luc Dubois.
The couple, who live in Sarnia, Ont., have been flying together for months.
One of the most important video series ever made (quote-anounceofsalt), and I agree.
If you like studies of people, as I do, watch this series starting from the beginning.
I make the entire series available here (need a desktop with 10gig of space).
The Up series is a series of documentary films produced by Granada Television for ITV that have followed the lives of fourteen British children since 1964, when they were seven years old. So far the documentary has had nine episodes spanning 56 years (one episode every seven years) all of which were broadcast on ITV, apart from the 6th episode which was broadcast on BBC One.
Source: Up (film series) – Wikipedia
What happens if China stops taking all our garbage, and the other Asian nations follow suit?
That’s right, you’ll get it back.