After review, that last movie quote should have been: “I’ll tell you what then. Why don’t you call me sometime when you have no class?” 🎥
I may not always post the quotes accurately, but the gist will be there. And that’s well within the rules of the movie quote game.
“Why don’t you call me when you have no class?” 🎥
“Four weeks, twenty papers, that’s two dollars…plus tip.” 🎥
“All balls itch! It’s a fact!” 🎥
Moving forward, I‘m going to go with 🎥 for movie quotes.
“Or, this one?” 🎞
“If this were a movie quote, which emoji would look more appropriate at the end?” 🎥
“That’s none.” 🎬
Here is a style guide for kevrodg.net. This is a regular paragraph. The Markdown syntax will make it easier to write blog posts.
This is a paragraph below a level 2 header. Is there enough information here to make a qualitative judgement about this section? Here’s a little bit more text. I could type more here, but I think it’s enough.
I might write a post that has some code in it. That would look like this:
ifconfig | grep netmaskin the CLI will show the IP addresses on a Mac.
Code blocks will look like this:
def reverse(text): pos = -1 rev = "" for i in text: rev = rev + text[len(text) + pos] pos = pos -1 print rev reverse("Python!")
Here is how blockquotes will look:
This is part of the blockquote. This is another part of the blockquote. How is Micro.blog handling all this?
This is a regular paragraph after a block quote.
“Always…no. Never forget to check your references.” 🎬
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