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Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Office Failures Part 2

Office Failures Part 2
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This is a follow up to a blog I posted last week about my Office 365 Apps freezing on launch. While it did turn out to be an issue with the current Mac OS, because when I upgraded to OS Monterey the problems were solved.

I do find it puzzling that the desktop App of Word does not have the same “Editor” feature as the online version does. The online version of Word has more tools for refinements. In addition, to Text Prediction so I be using that one unless I have browser failures!

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Monday, October 18, 2021

Office Failures

Office Failures
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I hope others are not having the same problems, but when I updated to the latest Office 365 Apps and latest Mac OS my Office Apps started to crash. I even spent at least an hour chatting with Microsoft Support, and they could not solve the problem, “it must be an OS issue.” Good thing a new Mac OS comes out next week!

I started to use the online version of Word and really, I like the Editor tool online better than in the desktop version. I wish I had this tool during my college years when it really counted. although I am sure my Art History and Journalism Professors would still use their red markers. Also, I would not have made the friends that I did with the fellow students that used to go insane, helping to edit my papers.

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Tuesday, October 5, 2021

TV With Frames

TV With Frames
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The other day a commercial caught my eye, that you can choice frames when you display photos on your TV. When it comes to these types of things, I am a Minimalist, the nice black TV edge is perfect for me. The more d├ęcor you add, it just takes away from the image that you want to admire.

I have never been one for frames, or titles on my artwork since it creates limits, or labels for the work. This does come down to personal preference, or for me is more of a pet peeve since I always face limits and labels. As an artist I want my work to speak for itself, just as a person my actions should be what I am “judged” on.

--Adapting To 2020--

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Face Masks a Necessary Inconvenience

Face Masks a Necessary Inconvenience
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Last week St. Louis required people to wear mask again except for while eating at a bar, or restaurant. They also made exceptions for people with disabilities that have trouble putting a mask on and off.

This would include people as myself that would rather stay away from groups of people then adjusting a mask every second. Although it is to see officials acknowledge this is an issue for someone with a disability, we still need to be responsible and help stop the spread of the different types of COVID.

Although, I have been fully vaccinated for about two month I am in no hurry to go into a mass gathering. I have been in 4 public buildings in the past year and a half. I do miss socializing, but there is still to many unknows about COVID. I have not feared getting it, but rather being a spreader since people need to have close contact with me. We all must do our part to defeat this epidemic.

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Tuesday, July 20, 2021

30 Years!!!!

It is hard to believe it’s the 30th Anniversary of the movie, City Slickers!
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It is hard to believe it’s the 30th Anniversary of the movie, City Slickers! This was not only a great movie, but also marked a big milestone in my life. That was the when, my mom and I started the year long battle to get me mainstreamed in high school. It was basically the last week of school before we knew I was going to Parkville High School starting the next year.
As some of you could relate, this was a stressful time for us and did not have much to laugh about. After we got the good news, mom and I decided to celebrate by going to see City Slickers, that was the most we both laughed for a whole year and maybe even cried a bit too. This movie might have been made to make people laugh and escape from reality for a couple hours. I too follow the “JUST ONE THING” philosophy, I think it is someone’s passion! Your passion in life gives you drive, your goal and nothing will deter you from that.

--Adopting To 2020--

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Why don’t sub shops, or delis offer chips as condiments?

Why don’t sub shops, or delis offer chips as condiments
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If people put chips on their sandwiches anyway, why not have them out as a condiment at shops? Really, I started doing this when I was a student at ridge School, if I had a PB&J for lunch. I would have whoever was feeding me, put my BB&Q chips on the sandwich. This was not done for flavor although it did taste good, but more to keep the sandwich from sticking to the roof of my mouth.

--Adopting To 2020--

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

My Inner Thoughts, Be warned

My Inner Thoughts, Be warned
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April 22,
The other day we took my mom and her hubby out for her Birthday! Of course, the COVID-19 Vaccine topic came up. They said, when they got the shot, the staff told them to keep moving their arms for a few minutes afterwards. This would help prevent soreness from receiving their shot.

I said, finally a benefit of having CP!!! It is too bad us CPers did not copy right arms movements/gestures, think about all the royalties we could have gotten from that Anime stuff.

April 20,
Last night as I watched people gathering in Minnesota to have their voices heard, I notice that there were people signing while some people were speaking. This gives me hope that all these protests are about basic Civil Rights, that is what will bring us all together as one voice to make change happen. No matter what “sub-culture” you may identify with, you know that any discrimination is a cancer on our society.

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