i must touch you

handshaking can transmit viruses like the cold or flu, parasites like scabies, and bacteria

shake my hand corona virus

a typical hand has roughly 150 different species of bacteria living on it

University of Colorado
i may have urinated
 i may have defecated
i may have masturbated 
 i may not have sanitised  (sanitized)
shake my hand

“The hands are a primary way that germs can be transmitted,” says Mary Lou Manning, PhD, President-Elect of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, who was not part of the study. “When I shake your hand, you don’t know where my hand has been, and I don’t know where your hand has been,” Dr. Manning wrote in an email. “All sorts of bacteria and viruses—from the germs that cause the common cold to the ones that lead to superbug infections—can be spread this way.”

trump called handshakes “barbaric.” In his 1997 book “the art of the comeback,” trump wrote he’d “often thought of taking out a series of newspaper ads encouraging the abolishment of the handshake.”

agreeing with donald trump. damn.

then again, he also says

……that when he meets beautiful women he feels able to “grab them by the pussy”

Covid-19 appears to be more infectious than normal flu. And, at least for older people, it’s more dangerous. I’m 62 years old and male, which puts me into two of the higher-risk categories. Among my strategies, I have decided to avoid shaking hands. Remember, transmission of the virus is mainly via the hands, writes Dr Michael Mosley

Boris Johnson set to become shortest-serving prime ministers

24 jul 2019 – 15 oct 2019 It is 84 days from the start date to the end date, end date included

or maybe not

General election vote result: MPs refuse to back Boris Johnson’s snap election until no-deal Brexit is blocked by law

Boris Johnson received 298 votes for the election, with 56 against – nowhere near the two-thirds required.

B-B-B-Boris is geil (G-g-g-g-geil)
B-B-B-Boris is geil (G-g-g-g-geil)
B-B-B-Boris is geil (G-g-g-g-geil)
B-B-B-Boris, B-B-B-Boris



Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator if this error reappears multiple times and include the technical details below in your report.

More details can be found in the server log.

what kind of idiot would put in that link?

what technical details?

More details can be found in the server log. This is not a link to the log that may or may not contain the information but is instead a link to the ownCloud documentation online. Read the documentation to find out the log file is kept here. The logfile of ownCloud is located in the data directory owncloud/data/owncloud.log which as an administrator you have no access, unless you have access to the files on the server.

this actually makes a lot of sense, if instead the message read

Internal Server Error

‘Call to undefined function OCP’ (the actual error in the log file) it would just be confusing, a search for

‘ownCloud internal server error’ returns around 99,700 results, you, of course have no idea what the error is from the information provided, so, happy reading.

but a search for

‘ownCloud internal server Call to undefined function OCP’ returns around 7,750 results

first of which was

Bookmarks Internal Error – Server – ownCloud Central

5 days ago – At the bottom of the screen says “Internal Error occurred” …. Everytime I have an exception : Call to undefined function OCP Operating.

exactly the problem, fortunately the fix is simple

you’re not alone. Its broken due to the 10.2 upgrade.

makes you wonder why people use nextCloud

another reason to hate mozilla

Firefox users started to notice that installed browser extensions were all disabled in the web browser suddenly. Extensions would display “could not be verified for use in Firefox and has been disabled” messages in the add-ons manager of the browser. Firefox would display “One or more installed add-ons cannot be verified and have been disabled” at the top as a notification next to that.

Turns out, the issue is caused by a bug. If you read carefully, you notice that verification is the issue. A new thread on Bugzilla suggests that this has something to do with extension signing.

Firefox marked addons due signing as unsupported, but doesn’t allow re-downloads from AMO → All extensions disabled due to expiration of intermediate signing cert.

All Firefox extensions need to be signed since Firefox 48 and Firefox ESR 52. Firefox will block the installation of extensions with invalid certificates (or none), and that is causing the issue on user systems.

Related issues have been reported: some users cannot install extensions from Mozilla’s official Add-ons repository. Users get “Download failed. Please check your connection” errors when they attempt to download any extension from the official repository.

we hate mozilla