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I found that masks do help with my allergies.
That said, Kovid Karens give me a new appreciation for sneezing and runny noses. :)
If the chromebook hardware is still good, just replace Chromeos with a linux distro.
Here is a list of some distros known to work on chromebooks.
I've tried both, and find that I like Dissenter more than Brave.
The differences between the two are subtle (like Coke vs Pepsi)), but they exist.
Archive.is link for those who don't want to go to Cuckipedia.
To be honest, any of my pride of mini-lions (i.e. cats) would try to bury these yayhoos under the litterbox.
Yep. It looks like it is in the final approach now. (20:33 EST).
Shouldn't it be either:
On the software front:
The SWORD project There are a number of free bible translations available -- many very accurate. (It's worth noting that the propaganda versions are heavily copyrighted and are typically not made available to the SWORD project.)
On the physical front:
The New American Standard BIble (NASB) gets good marks for accuracy. [Note: This is also referred to as the NASV or New American Standard Version.]
This site gives a good breakdown of the versions. [Note 2: White that particular page is good, I'm not too sure about the rest of the site...]
If need be, dump ChromeOS for a Linux Distro that will work on a chromebook.
GalliumOS is one example. I don't know how well it works as I don't own a chromebook. However, the it has positive reviews.
I don't know. With the deer these days, they may should thought about it.
Here is a clip from the taste testing: Link
That's the last prediction map.
The results map is here, and shows Bidet 259 and the GEOTUS at 214.
EDIT: Their website could be better organized...
One use to have to use pencil. Not so much anymore.
This guy has a good explaination.
Ungoogled Chromium, perhaps?
If you and your family can telecommute, I live in a nice sport of middle of nowhere eastern KY (the hilly part) that happens to have some of the best internet in the state.
Wouldn't trade it for anything.
When I saw the headline, I thought of Desmond Doss -- the conscientious objector who won the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions in Okinawa (WW2).