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nickwynja
    @sanspoint Nope, just an honest statement.
    nickwynja
      @sanspoint Had to google to get this reference.
      nickwynja
        I’m losing my edge.
        nickwynja
          @chadhs Like rocking a 11” MacBook Air and running pretty much everything in fullscreen vim just has this minimal yet functional attractiveness.
          nickwynja
            @chadhs Right. There’s a difference between setting it up because it’s cool and adopting it as a core tool because of it’s simple yet deeply functional utility. I’m not sure I’m ready for the latter yet but the idea attracts me.
            nickwynja
              @chadhs I was looking at this yesterday too. Also saw a vim Taskpaper plugin. Sometimes I dream about working solely in vim.
              nickwynja
                Deckset seems great. Marked.app-like CSS-based custom themes is a need-to-have for me though.
                nickwynja
                  @stwrz Then I guess for centering out the button, you could just put `text-align: center;` back on `.newsletter-block.newsletter-form-has-small-container .newsletter-form-button-wrapper`. Make sense?
                  nickwynja
                    @stwrz `.newsletter-block .newsletter-form` has `text-align: center;`. Getting rid of that/overriding it shift things left. You’ll then have to re-center the button, which I’m digging in to now...
                    nickwynja
                      @stwrz Do you mean on the left side of the blog content?
                      nickwynja
                        @sanspoint These are the ones I have and they are nice. They flat attenuation is great for live music. @prometheus
                        nickwynja
                          An important part of great gear is that you can repair it if it ever starts wearing. Stitch [photos.app.net]
                          nickwynja
                            @andrewmarvin Maybe it’s just the format of the show where they want there to be a topic but there never really is so they just talk about something no one’s got a great hold on until it’s time for Dan to tell me about something he likes.
                            nickwynja
                              @andrewmarvin I’m not quite sure. He and John talk about so many random things and that holds my interest.
                              nickwynja
                                @peroty I still very much enjoy him on Roderick on the Line. Maybe that’s enough for my feeble heart to let go.
                                nickwynja
                                  @peroty I’ve been hanging on—hoping—for a while. It’s like a bad relationship you need to get out of. It was just so good and meant a lot to me at one point. But we’re neither of us are the same people any more.
                                  nickwynja
                                    @andrewmarvin It’s top of mind because I just finished this past episode but I’m not really wanting commentary on the TV/Streaming/HBO landscape from Merlin.
                                    nickwynja
                                      @andrewmarvin Yes, Back to Work. It’s nearly run its course we me but I’m having trouble letting go.
                                      nickwynja
                                        @eliotlandrum Ha, you’re so right. It kind of feels like someone stuck in a job that they’re totally over but still need to pay the bills.