Mancherorts wird ein Freitag (12.1.) auch mal zusätzlich zu einem Samstag:
(Quasi zum Ausgleich fehlen die Punkte nach den Monaten…)
Just a quick computer hint: Since the recent update of the Chrome browser to version 61, the colors were dull on my Windows 10 – not just on the web pages, but also the icons of the user interface. Solution found here:
Open the page
chrome://flags, find the setting “Color correct rendering” and change it to Disabled.
(Sometimes something can be too “correct”, it seems…)
Update for Chrome 62: Apparently they changed something again and removed this option – setting “Force color profile” to sRGB seems to do the trick now.
I’ll probably never understand some thoughts of believers. Not just “guardian angels” being thoughtlessly written into news reports, causing “only” serious injuries or high damages in accidents instead of death – when they could just prevent these accidents altogether.
If for instance a man – a former pro wrestler, though that doesn’t really matter here – gets hospitalized unconsciously with a fever of 104 due to multiple infections, and as soon as he’s better, his wife writes on Facebook:
Thank you all for all the prayers. Fred is awake this morning and talking .He is still very weak and sick but will be better in a few days. God is so good to him. […]
Well, I don’t know, but if that God really wanted to show how good he is to him, couldn’t he have stopped the infections a little sooner?
Or maybe that God is angry at the wrestler for having attacked Hulk Hogan, and caused the infections himself – and it’s only because of the doctors that he got better and survives?
Do such believers want to hang on to a “dear God” no matter what? Do they just turn off their reasoning? Anyway, I think doctors and nurses deserve some words of praise in such cases, too…