I wanna kill everyone, Satan is good, Satan is our pal. blockquote>
I installed the latest version 5.2 and this is the result… The update completely ruined my CSS tweaks, it made it look like this. I’m truly sorry. I will fix it, it will take some time, honestly at the moment I’m just gutted.
I was shocked to realize that it must be less than a thousand of a percent, less than 0,001% (per mille), that has ever contributed to Wikimedias’s mission to make information free to everyone (they say less than 1%, but that cannot be correct, unfortunately).
Honestly, it sickness me to even contemplate the idea that I (personally) have contributed more than any news media outlet, paper or agency have done in the entire the World.
The fact that people are making a living of or is using Wikipedia commercially every single second without contributing a single dime or cent is simply re-vaulting!
Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.
We’re a non-profit. Less than 1% of our readers give, but we manage to serve hundreds of millions of people per month. Imagine if everyone gave? We could transform the way knowledge is shared online.
– 200,000+ editors contribute to Wikimedia projects every month
– 47+ million media files on Wikimedia Commons
– 1+ billion unique devices access Wikimedia projects every month
The average donation is a reported (we don’t want “fake news”), $15 per 6,1 million donations.
It is a non-profit organization and that makes for an annual budget of roughly $91,5 millions. However, it is one of the top-ten most visited sites of the entire planet and it is “free”.
I’ve donated above the average in the past. Did I do it again? Yes, I recently donated, but below the average this time around.
Simple Q: What is wrong with you people? In reality?
Ebony or Ivory was late…
Then the bartender left and shortly thereafter Ebony or Ivory left too!
Leaving exactly one (1) individual at the venue, playing music.
It is by all accounts commonly known as the best set ever played – in the history of mankind!
Now, I do wonder why absolutely nothing was ever recorded, ever.
I mean during those eventful times; 15 odd years or so ago…
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– “U got’s to luve da Nokia-net (it’s a long story, per usual, anyhow “Nokia-net” equates to what is usually referred to as the Internet nowadays. You know for kids… computers n’ stuff)!”
Four words… Doc Scott and “Shadow Boxing”* (in all actuality that’s five words).
A long time ago. When I waited an entire evening to hear one track and ended up leaning on the stack of 10″ speakers. And till’ this day I can’t understand how I did not loose my hearing in that very moment.
I was leaning on the two meter high 10” stack… and I should have become deaf. Before or after? No, never. It was Doc Scott…
My back was literally against the stones!
Playing the same track and or break + 20 times in a row will not necessarily render you popular, but it has to be done, right?
My brothers and sisters I truly love thee! Never, ever, ever stop.
* It is the best track ever produced. Sorry.
** “Jag hatar drum’n’bass!” Was shouted from below, at street level and directed towards my balcony (I live on the third floor). I can understand the sentiment, because there is nothing more fanatic than a true d’n’b fiend. Not in this World and I do know this. There is no point trying to deny it any longer.
*** If you have witnessed speakers moving across the floor making grooves, then you know about the bass… You see/hear the kilos moving themselves across a marble floor and making grooves. When the strucal integrity of the building is at risk (the roof might cave in). Then you will become a believer. In as many words: Fastfood!
**** Yes, it is my lighter.
Now, I am reminded of among others: “Ringu” and there are a couple more of them, films, that I probably never will see again…
“Apocalypse Now”, “Silents of the Lambs” and “Seven” are some that come into mind, but that was much later though and that is fortunate enough.