I am looking for a job. For like, a millennium now. I'm not even sure I actually want to work anymore. My brain is playing with me: "You're never get to have a job when just trying to apply for one is a huge frustration"
Daniel Day-Lewis could be on course to make history, he's been nominated for his third Oscar for best actor for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln - the revered president who ended the civil war and slavery in America.
Last year, one of our newly elected fellows wrote to accept membership, offering regrets that he could not attend the two of the induction ceremonies. He wrote "To have been invited to join this august body, what's more as a fellow citizen in the supreme living experiment in the democratic society, only deepens the sense of privilege just as it frowns my conviction had.
So, yesterday I was out in the street in front of this building and I was walking down the sidewalk. And I had company, several of us, and we were all abiding by the rules of walking down sidewalks - we're not talking to each other, we're facing forward, we're moving - when the person in front of me slows down. So, I'm watching him, and he slows down and then he stops. That wasn't fast enough for me, so I put out my turning signal and I walked around him. And as I walked, I looked to see what he was doing, and he was doing this ... he was texting. And he couldn't text and walk at the same time.
For quite some time now I used to wonder about what is the difference between
visibilityin CSS .Today I kinda get it. I say "kinda" because there should more to it but one of the time when using
visibility: hidden; instead of
display: none;might prove to be a better choice is when you style drop-down lists.