@pendragon It's something I'm mildly concerned about; I have a well-stocked home bar, and bought a fair amount of beer a couple weeks ago to help support local breweries. I'm at least making sure that if I have a drink every night, it is *a* drink, singular.
For the record, this management company (who bought out the original, arguably better one) earlier described turning half the free parking spots into paid ones as, and I swear I am not making this up, "expanding our parking options."
raccoon crazy-gauge (- but silly)
@zebratron2084 YouTube keeps recommending those commentaries to me. I'm not sure what this means.
@IceWolf Serif fonts are considered more legible for long-form text, in print or on high-DPI screens. But it's more important to have low stroke contrast, large x-height (the height of lowercase letters relative to capitals), more open apertures (i.e. the opening in "c" compared to "o"), and large counters (the enclosed space in a letter shape like the top of an "e").
(Also, it is possible I am a typography nerd.)
@salameleon I don't believe that thinking about it is crazy, but making non-refundable plans might be.