I would've gotten away with it too, if it weren't for Those Meddling Kids.
NeXT slab (running NeXTStep 2.1) and a Vectrex for good measure. Yeah yeah, and a IIgs.
March 19, Monday
Last day at Mogilev. At 10:15 I signed the farewell order to the armies. At 10: 30 I went into the guard-house to say good-bye to all ranks of the Staff and bureau. At my own house I bade farewell to the officers and Cossacks, of my guard, cavalry and infantry. It nearly broke my heart. At 12 o'clock I went to Mother's and lunched with her and her suite. At 4:30 1 left her, Sandro, Sergei, Boris (Grand Dukes Alexander and Sergei Mikhailovich, and Grand Duke Boris Vladimirovich) and Aleck. Poor Nilov was not permitted to go with me. At 4:45 I left Mogilev; a crowd that was greatly moved came to see me off. Four members of the Duma accompanied me. Went by way of Orsha and Vitebsk. The weather is cold and windy. It is hard, painful, and sad.
No, that's on the other end of the block. Thee Shit Hole is still there, and still as garish and overpriced as it ever was.
-not bitter over them paying me so much less than my replacement, not at all.
Wait, is that Thee Shit Hole?
I hasten to point out that the Constitution doesn't "give" us any rights at all, it states that we already have them, and they can't be taken away without good reason and due process.
The TECHNOCRACY sign needs some explanation.
What could *possibly* go wrong?