Did you ever have a friend named Godfrey? What did you call him for short?
(With Leibniz, it might well have been appropriate.)
Just noticed this string that appeared in the Gmail search window after I clicked on one of the thumbnails in the "Recent photos" sidebar while looking at a new message from ... let's say email@example.com. It looks like a handy way to find that picture that person sent you that one time.
from:firstname.lastname@example.org filename:(jpg OR jpeg OR png)
Works whether the pictures are attached or embedded in the body of the message, despite what it says here.
You might want to add gif and other extensions, of course.
Note the parentheses, the colons and the absence of a space after them, and the capital ORs. Not positive, but I think those might all be requirements.
The lede didn't grab me ...
WHEN was the last time you saw an anti-smoking ad?
... because my immediate and then also considered answer was "the last thousand times I watched any baseball or basketball game for at least fifteen consecutive minutes."
But apparently, my evident non-membership in the article's target audience notwithstanding, there are all kinds of shenanigans associated with that lawsuit thing a few years ago, against Big Tobacco. I am too tired, right now, to really get what's being described in the article, but superficially, it appears to be: billions of dollars won, then lost, and it's probably only going to get uglier.
As in, way uglier.
Let's hope a night's sleep and then some coffee will make it at least a little better. But I'm betting on nightmares.
[Added] Sadly, related.
... wow, just when you thought Peak Wingnut was almost nearly maybe in sight (sorry, JC), it apparently became time to come out of the fort built from couch cushions to bellow about that noted liberal spearhead of political correctness run amok, the NFL brass.
And also, "... because corporate America is, itself, liberal ..."
Bless you and your cast-iron stomach once again, Roy Edroso.
... or reflection, I guess ...
... that catch by Nori Aoki might be the greatest catch I have ever seen.
The GIF here will remind you, if you, too, were lucky enough to see it live, but it doesn't come close to doing it justice. I've seen a couple hundred more prodigious feats of sheer athleticism, but I've never seen one outfielder back up another that close to the wall. In any league. And certainly never to that good effect.
If memory serves, none of the three fine commentators even knew who, if anybody, had the ball, until a certain grinning rightfielder was halfway back to the dugout and, off-handedly?, turned his glove the other way.
Not even an ice cream cone. In the web, all the way.