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Arizona Hot:
Is there anyone here who would like to use and see a ?(or a Interesting "stuff") known as a Latin glottal stop)) in a file name as other than a box (in Win XP, Win 7's default font can show it) who doesn't know how to do it or already have a system for that? The video below is for people who prefer to hear things, written directions are below that. This will change the font of your filenames(I use Deja Vu). You still have to put the character where you want it. I use Character Map because I do this so infrequently(only twice). If you don't have Deja Vu, try using the LATIN LETTER GLOTTAL STOP (U+0294) Font Support Local Font List to find out which fonts in your computer support that character.  You can use the search service to check out other characters you know the name of. One of the other benefits of using Deja Vu as your filename font is that the triangles you get at the start of YouTube links(known as triangular bullets) show as triangles not boxes in Win XP as shown in the screenshot.


 
Change The Font Of Explorer File Names In Windows XP

Click the "Start" button and then click "Control Panel"

Click "Appearance and Themes" and then click "Display"

Click the "Appearance" tab at the top of the "Display Properties" window and then click the "Advanced" button in the bottom right corner of the window.

Click the drop-down menu under "Item" and then select "Icon".

Click the drop-down menu under "Font" and then select the desired font.

Click  "OK" in each open window.

Renegade:
About beer & drinking in the US:

http://www.businessinsider.com.au/map-americas-favorite-beers-by-state-2013-10

A couple fun infographics there.

Stoic Joker:
About beer & drinking in the US:

http://www.businessinsider.com.au/map-americas-favorite-beers-by-state-2013-10

A couple fun infographics there.
-Renegade (October 15, 2013, 11:00 AM)
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If Blue Moon is Americas favorite "beer" than it's only because they've been slamming placements for it in half the shows on TV ... Because it tastes like orange flavored Windex (e.g. shit).

I call BS on this one.

tomos:
^cross posting here - never tried it (see below) but wouldnt have much complimentary to say about any of the others either [edit] Samuel Adams I havent tried - the Brewery sounds interesting - they seem to produce over 100 different beers :tellme: including one called WTF - lol - gets the worst rating of the bunch, but still http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/35 [/edit] Tends to be the same in most other countries (even Germany where all beers are *supposed* to be good - the most popular tend to be at the lower end quality/taste-wise)

About beer & drinking in the US:

http://www.businessinsider.com.au/map-americas-favorite-beers-by-state-2013-10

A couple fun infographics there.
-Renegade (October 15, 2013, 11:00 AM)
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I never heard of Blue Moon before - and when I first searched thought, *what!* a craft beer at the #1 spot, but it turns out it's from Coors...
Oddly they dont show it in the legend:

Interesting "stuff"

the map from source is slightly different http://intoxicationnation.forhangovers.com/#topbeers

Arizona Hot:
About beer & drinking in the US:

http://www.businessinsider.com.au/map-americas-favorite-beers-by-state-2013-10

A couple fun infographics there.
-Renegade (October 15, 2013, 11:00 AM)
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I must be doing something right, this is the first original post here by someone other than me.

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