Tagged by fpb

1. Pick up the nearest book.
2. Open to page 123
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people, and acknowledge who tagged you.

"And this accords with the advice of the sacred writer to "remember our Creator in the days of our youth," while our moral sensibilities are fresh, "before the sun and the light and the moon and the stars be darkened, and the clouds return after the rain." Accordingly, if there be those who deny that the dictate of conscience is ever more than a taste, or an association, it is a less difficulty to me to believe that they are deficient either in the religious sense or in their memory of early years, than that they never had at all what those around them without hesitation profess, in their own case, to have received from nature.

So much on the doctrine of the Being and Attributes of God, and of the real apprehension with which we can contemplate and asent to it:- now I turn to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity."
J. H. Newman, Grammar of Assent.

My flist is small and I'm not sure everyone will go for it. But heck.
adeodatus, beneficient, dunmoose, isolani, lenale.

Computer question

Seeing as my irc friends are failing me completely (I'm very disappointed in them!):

how does alt+f2 work?
Ok, I'm in a *nix context (at least, it could be a KDE context, my gnome days were so long ago I honestly can't remember), and alt+f2 is one of the ways you can launch a program. But because everything in *nix is either a file or a directory, how can alt+f2 find the correct file? It's not that all the possible files are sitting in the same place (because they're most definitely not), so how does it go about finding the one that's actually meant?

It's a completely silly question, I know, but when you're cycling home from work what else are you going to think about? *grin*

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