I’ve been working on a document for a client, and it’s laid out in book format. Each chapter has its own page style (to maintain chapter title in headers) and there are several other styles as well. I’ve been printing it double sided, two pages per side. Today, when I tried to print it, instead of US Letter (which is what I set up all of the styles to be in) it insists on printing in a #8 Monarch Envelope format, which totally screws things up. But there’s no way to change it; the format is greyed out. The default for the printer is US Letter, the page styles are US Letter, but for some reason Office has decided that it’s only going to allow me to print it as an envelope, in this file, and this file only. I can’t find anything in either the Help for the software or by Googling anyone else who has had a problem like this. Is there a Libre Office doctor in the house?
Why can’t someone who won’t identify what gender they are get laid?
IDK, the pics kind of speak for themselves, regardless of what they call themselves.
This is pretty funny. NASA calls BS on it.
I think it was Reagan who said there was no eternal life, except for a govenment program. The Trump administration is apparently making America great again by ending work on fixing something that didn’t happen seventeen years ago.
The cost would be larger than the current state budget.
Because, you know, taxes in California aren’t high enough.
This sounds sort of hinky to me (as is usually the case with Chinese space announcements). They’re going to bring an asteroid into cislunar space within a decade, but don’t think they’ll have the technology to process it until four decades from now? And how does getting artificial gravity from a spinning asteroid work, exactly? Also, pretty sure there will be some intense discussions about what kind of liability China will assume under the Liability Convention if they attempt this.
Huh. There were female ones.
This is sad. She’ll probably never learn to speak. It’s something that has to be learned at a very early age.
For those in a hurry, a cute one-minute haggadah.