Anyone who finishes a marathon is to be congratulated.
On a mac, you can paste into the comments. I found a site, https://yaytext.com/ where you can create all kinds of special effects, underlines, bolds, other fonts.
I suppose I could collect my books and get on back to school, Or steal my daddy’s cue and make a living out of playin’ pool, Or find myself a rock and roll band that needs a helpin’ hand
I don’t think I mentioned condos. Most people in the cities do not live in condos. Indeed, most people are not rich enough to have a summer dacha.
That is the most ignorant thing I have read today. Even people driving the speed limit suffer damage to suspensions, especially to sports cars.
The main efficacy of speed bumps, according to the national traffic council, is to make it so unpleasant for all traffic that most drivers will choose a different route.
I hate speed bumps. What a stupid way to punish the innocent.
I am grateful for, but not envious of all those people who prefer living in their exciting, but crowded cities. My youth in NYC was like a bad dream.
Independent of the content of your remark, I am struck by your careful and modern use of the plural “if someone says t͟h͟e͟y͟ don’t . . .”.
For years, grammarians would have cringed at this. However, the awkward “s/he” never caught on, probably because it doesn’t register in spoken words.
My father, who had his degree in English literature and in particular studied Samuel Johnson (the villain who single-handedly tried to codify English grammar) would have applauded.
QFT is the extension of quantum mechanics which deals with elementary particles, over to fields, i.e. systems with an infinite number of degrees of freedom.
The problem is, I don’t believe in infinity. So I switched, to study turbulence in the atmosphere and the ocean.
Cute how their caps match their shirts.