C. Polingaysi (sicilianhitlist) wrote,
C. Polingaysi
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Mabry & Me...me

I needed tonight -- all of it -- like you wouldn't believe. I've got a lot I want to type about, but I just don't know if I can. Hey, though. I randomly went to church tonight. Awkward, public faith and myself, but this was... comfort. It's a lot to say and I don't want to, though, if I were to properly explain all of my afternoon. So I'll just say this: my friend's uncle's a skeez.

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the next 4 sentences on your LJ along with these instructions.
5. Don't you dare dig for that "cool" or "intellectual" book in your closet! I know you were thinking about it! Just pick up whatever is closest.



The processor still reads inputs, executes the ladder program, and updates the output status table files, but without energizing the output circuits. This feature is often used after developing or editing a program to test the program execution before allowing the PLC to operate real-world outputs. Variations of the test mode can include the single-step test mode, which directs the processor to execute a selected single rung or group of rungs; the single-scan test mode, which executes a processor operating scan or cycle; and the continuous-scan test mode, which directs the processor to continousously run the program for checking or troubleshooting.

Some processors have a three-position switch to change the processor operating mode. In the RUN position, all logic is solved and the I/O is enabled.


HA! Take that, silly meme! The closest book to me always is (and probably always will be) a text, lab, or reference manual. But here, have the selected four sentences of the closest nonschool related text:

But although their intentions are good, they can get carried away in what they say and do; they sometimes don't stay cool and reasonable. In my speech to the Aisan Development Bank delegates, I stressed the importance of calm, reason, self-restraint, and order. I think we can settle these protests through democracy and law."

Yang Shangkun: "Your speech went over well with the Party.


Speaking of the Party, people who hate Rosa Parks made me mad. I'll go more into that another time, probably tomorrow. I need the therapy of typing without actually saying what it is I want to type about. So I'll fill the gap with other things of interest. At the very least, interest to me.

Speaking of interesting only to myself: my pets rock! Speaking of rocking, I sure could use some sleep. That would be awesome. Goodnight.
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