This gallery offers a glimpse of both: the trying of his patience, and injury being inflicted. The following images serve as the inspiration for the third installment of sorts of The Desktop of a Demoniac [see also The Desktop of a Demoniac II]; they explain why I haven’t posted much to the blog lately, while showing why I should at the same time.
Just like the maniacal villains of comic book lore, demons put a twist on every crime they commit; here, the simultaneous breakdown of every app on my computer, all of which were accompanied by vague alert dialogs:
|0 for 3: three errors, all at once—all uncharacteristically unhelpful of their authors|
Demons don’t have to plan very far ahead to cause this kind of problem, being able to interfere with your computer equipment—or the equipment you’re connected to—on a dime’s notice:
|A dialog displayed by Xcode during a period of high demonic activity|
For example, on the day I tried to upload the video of a lying doctor caught in the act, they shut down all access points to wireless Internet within at least a square mile from where I stood [see AIDS | Dr. Crapo lies, gets caught in same].
NOTE | Sometimes, demon handiwork is made evident by simple, but weird modifications to your apps, such as graphics displayed by the Weather widget (Mac OS X, Dashboard):
|Rain pouring from the sun? I thought I left weird weather behind in Indiana when I moved to California|
The problem is not restricted to just my computer, but also my iPhone, its apps, and web sites:
Walking down the street is dangerous for a blood enemy of evil—or, for anyone demons and their people think are taking up too much space in the universe God created. The still frame below shows why:
|Yet another demonic weapon, either deployed by a cloaked demon, perched on the electric wires above me, or by an automated weapons-deployment installation, puncturing the top of my head|
For more information on demonic-weapon installations, or drama points, as demons and their people call them, read Analytics data snitches on Voices-Demon bitches’ AIDS tactics for coercing violence.
This post also shows why I’m a little too busy to be lured by every demon-made drama that comes my way, and what is actually keeping me therefrom:
I’m never too busy to be about the demon problem; but, busy doesn’t always look unfocused. Some solutions require one’s full attention, Chroma, a prototype of one of its components demonstrated above, being just that kind of solution.
Like the other galleries and their derivatives, I’ll add to this gallery one pic at a time.
More non-sensical error messages
Shortly after submitting an ad for this blog for approval by Facebook advertising, I received a rejection notice, which stated:
Your ad can’t use an image showing functionality that doesn’t exist in your ad.
|The reason cited by Facebook for rejecting my ad|
Beginner’s mistake, I’m sure, if only I knew what they meant by that.