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The Lounge / Re: What music are you listening to right now?
Last post by ersi -
On their latest concert in Estonia, Metallica attempted their own rendition of an iconic Estonian punk waltz song.


Compare with the original: Vennaskond, "Insener Garini hüperboloid"

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The Lounge / Re: Random horse
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DnD Central / Re: Today's Bad News
Last post by Belfrager -


It will be tomorrow, the 29 of July 2019.
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DnD Central / Re: What's Going on in Europe
Last post by Belfrager -
Nothing else is happening, so we are reduced to talk about weather.
I don't know about other countries but at mine people got some kind of "weather mania", talking about the weather all the time.
Authorities publishes weather alerts every single day, usually in colors. Today will be green but caution, yellow or probably red for the weekend and so on, and so on, and so on...
 
The weather was something to talk about occasionally, when it was justified to do so, not constantly. It turned into the most important thing in people's life. It doesn't surprises me.

This is definitively a symptom of post modernity at a high, no hope of treatment, degree of disease. The population is severely infected.
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DnD Central / Re: DnD entropy
Last post by ersi -
OMG when you resurrect like that you are  killing the entropy :insane:


I have no use for new Chropera. I used the old Opera more for email and IRC than for browsing the web, and the new one doesn't do email, except for webmail, which is a bit different thing. The new Chropera also lacks some of the convenience features of Vivaldi, so really no use for Chropera.

For a while I had mutt set up, but Opera 11 is still my main mailer and browser for this forum. For sentimental reasons, I guess.
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DnD Central / Re: What's Going on in Europe
Last post by ersi -
Hopefully some thunderstorms soon. :ko:
Tour de France etape 19 was interrupted due to hail and mudslides. And at least in Estonia the temperature is expected to lower from about 30 C to below 20.

Nothing else is happening, so we are reduced to talk about weather.
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DnD Central / Re: DnD entropy
Last post by OakdaleFTL -
Okay, I guess I should chime in: Opera 6.03 for Mac....which I paid for! But, at the time, Microsoft's Internet Explorer was what was available. And, oh yeah, I liked it -- Opera, that is.
(As you can see, I'm trying Opera's browser again...:))
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DnD Central / Re: DnD entropy
Last post by Macallan -
I think I may have created my My Opera account in May or June of 2001, in which case it'd now be 18 years old.
Hmm, I forgot when I signed up, must have been early 2003 or earlier. The first Opera version I used regularly was 4.0.
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DnD Central / Re: What's Going on in Europe
Last post by Frenzie -
Hopefully some thunderstorms soon. :ko:
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err i think it already does support, for a long time...

also flash has nothing to do with html5
such websites that ask for flash plugin are obsolete