A lot of mixed drinks, say White Russians or Climaxes, require cream. What kind of cream is that exactly? Like, what are some good brands of cream, is it found in the dairy section of a supermarket, and other information can you give me on the subject?
Much thanks about the last question, feet smell normal now.
New questions: Lately my laptop has been... well, I could heat a small room with it, I think. I had my foot near the vent and it hurt because the air being blown out was so hot. and the *touchpad* is warm to the touch. Any idea why? Is it bad for the computer?
Something about itunes lets me listen to the playlists of other people on my network- so, any people with itunes who live in my residence hall. Is it possible for me to copy songs from other people's lists? How? And, since right now my list consists entirely of one track of a friend playing the flute: Can I copy over all the stuff that plays in windows media player... everything from that file over to the music file for itunes? Would that work, or would I fsck it all up? And, would it work in the other direction if I got to copy other people's songs? Could I transfer stuff from my itunes file to whatever file windows media player feeds from?
I have an interesting and, I think, unique problem.
I have Windows XP and one of the cooler things about it is that when I double-click on a .zip file I usually get it opened as if it is a regular file folder with some modifications for interaction, such as restrictions on opening some files as normal.
But now when I double-click on it the windows download prompter comes up, a-like-a this.
(edit: Image Spot is flaking out on its services. Looks like I have to find another image host. Oh well. Just click on the link, please.)
Does anyone know how to restore it to its former function? Even pressing the "open" button only brings up the same window.
according to a few websites, ketchup, after opened, must be stored in the refridgerator. i cant stand cold ketchup on hot food, though. does anybody have a way they safely store opened ketchup at room temperature?