Last weekend I ordered garlic noodles from a Chinese restaurant. It was made with linguini.
Make salt cubes just to keep messing with your own head.In the context or putting salt out to get rid of the ice. I will say ice instead of salt. Why is this always happening?!
“I need to put ice down.” EVERY TIME.
Also, fuck this weather. It got above freezing overnight, drizzled a bit, then drop back down to freezing temps. THANKS.
And if you fiddle with it to fix it, it comes undone again when you are just finishing up by putting the plug onto the socket.The stupid hub dynamo plug that just sort of wedges the cable between two pieces of plastic… just look at the cable in a funny way and it just falls out.
It took me far too long to realise we were talking about pedalbikes here. The lights don't have a rechargeable battery or the option to run from backup AAs?
Honestly if it was up to me, everything portable would have the option from the factory to run from AAs in an emergency. Like Sony used to make those little clip on packs for Minidisc players that held a single cell.
I just looked up my grades from the Fall Semester on the "official" page. My math grade is a "B".
Now...maybe I'm worse at math than I thought, but I'm not sure how a 99.74% homework average + 100% final exam score + 100% attendance equates to a "B" grade.
No, why would they, usually the dynamo just works. It’s super reliable except for that stupid plug connector.The lights don't have a rechargeable battery or the option to run from backup AAs?
Also, isn't there this thing where grades are assigned according to some normal-distribution among the results of the whole class? As in: your grade is relative to the other results (e.g. top 10% of class get A, next 20% get B, etc.), rather than according to a fixed scale (e.g. A > 95%, B > 85%, etc.). This could explain your B, if a very large part of the class got very high marks (close to 100%, in some cases even closer than you) and a comparably small part got less....Must be something like...
also this.That assumes that you can't get more than 100%.