Modern Medicine…(poem)

So I just have to do…

AH-oh shit.
…guess I gotta do that first…

Well, fuck, but then...

Fuck it.

 

I think to myself as I realize that I am thinking too much…again.

Moments turn to minutes…

…head hurts.

Fuck it.

I think to myself opening the medicine cupboard, and proceeding to shove a few ibuprofen into my open mouth.

Ahh the things mankind has crated to silence our inner banshees from wailing away.

Headaches, heartburn, allergies, and many more ailments are no match for modern man, with his trusty modern medicine cupboard.

Even sadness has a quick-fix drug.

I mean, sure; there’s cancer…

…don’t got one for that, or Ebola,

don’t see one here for AIDS either.

Still,

so many instant remedies, for so many things…

…simply amazing.

I wonder if they’ll ever come up with one for whatever in the fuck is wrong with me…

B.Μ. δΤℜΙχ

 

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Keyboard shortcuts in Windows

 

 

Applies to: Windows 10Windows 8.1Windows 7

Keyboard shortcuts are keys or combinations of keys that provide an alternative way to do something that you’d typically do with a mouse.


Copy, paste, and other general keyboard shortcuts


Ctrl + X
Cut the selected item

Ctrl + C (or Ctrl + Insert)
Copy the selected item

Ctrl + V (or Shift + Insert)
Paste the selected item

Ctrl + Z
Undo an action

Alt + Tab
Switch between open apps

Alt + F4
Close the active item, or exit the active app

 

Windows logo key + L
Lock your PC

Windows logo key + D
Display and hide the desktop

F2
Rename the selected item

F3
Search for a file or folder in File Explorer

F4
Display the address bar list in File Explorer

F5
Refresh the active window

F6
Cycle through screen elements in a window or on the desktop

F10
Activate the Menu bar in the active app

Alt + F8
Show your password on the sign-in screen

Alt + Esc
Cycle through items in the order in which they were opened

Alt + underlined letter
Perform the command for that letter

Alt + Enter
Display properties for the selected item

Alt + Spacebar
Open the shortcut menu for the active window

Alt + Left arrow
Go back

Alt + Right arrow
Go forward

Alt + Page Up
Move up one screen

Alt + Page Down
Move down one screen

Ctrl + F4
Close the active document (in apps that are full-screen and let you have multiple documents open at the same time)

Ctrl + A
Select all items in a document or window

Ctrl + D (or Delete)
Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin

Ctrl + R (or F5)
Refresh the active window

Ctrl + Y
Redo an action

Ctrl + Right arrow
Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word

Ctrl + Left arrow
Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word

Ctrl + Down arrow
Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph

Ctrl + Up arrow
Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph

Ctrl + Alt + Tab
Use the arrow keys to switch between all open apps

Alt + Shift + arrow keys
When a group or tile is in focus on the Start menu, move it in the direction specified

Ctrl + Shift + arrow keys
When a tile is in focus on the Start menu, move it into another tile to create a folder

Ctrl + arrow keys
Resize the Start menu when it’s open

Ctrl + arrow key (to move to an item) + Spacebar
Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop

Ctrl + Shift with an arrow key
Select a block of text

Ctrl + Esc
Open Start

Ctrl + Shift + Esc
Open Task Manager

Ctrl + Shift
Switch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are available

Ctrl + Spacebar
Turn the Chinese input method editor (IME) on or off

Shift + F10
Display the shortcut menu for the selected item

Shift with any arrow key
Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text in a document

Shift + Delete
Delete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first

Right arrow
Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu

Left arrow
Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu

Esc
Stop or leave the current task


Windows logo key keyboard shortcuts


 
Windows logo key
Open or close Start

Windows logo key + A
Open Action center

Windows logo key + B
Set focus in the notification area

Windows logo key + C
Open Cortana in listening mode


Notes:


This shortcut is turned off by default. To turn it on, select Start > Settings > Cortana, and turn on the toggle under Let Cortana listen for my commands when I press the Windows logo key + C.
Cortana is available only in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn’t available or is turned off, you can still use search.
Windows logo key + Shift + C
Open the charms menu
Windows logo key + D
Display and hide the desktop
Windows logo key + Alt + D
Display and hide the date and time on the desktop
Windows logo key + E
Open File Explorer
Windows logo key + F
Open Feedback Hub and take a screenshot
Windows logo key + G
Open Game bar when a game is open
Windows logo key + H
Start dictation
Windows logo key + I
Open Settings
Windows logo key + J
Set focus to a Windows tip when one is available.

When a Windows tip appears, bring focus to the Tip. Pressing the keyboard shortcuts again to bring focus to the element on the screen to which the Windows tip is anchored.
Windows logo key + K
Open the Connect quick action
Windows logo key + L
Lock your PC or switch accounts
Windows logo key + M
Minimize all windows
Windows logo key + O
Lock device orientation
Windows logo key + P
Choose a presentation display mode
Windows logo key + R
Open the Run dialog box
Windows logo key + S
Open search
Windows logo key + T
Cycle through apps on the taskbar
Windows logo key + U
Open Ease of Access Center
Windows logo key + V
Cycle through notifications
Windows logo key + Shift + V
Cycle through notifications in reverse order
Windows logo key + X
Open the Quick Link menu
Windows logo key + Y
Switch input between Windows Mixed Reality and your desktop
Windows logo key + Z
Show the commands available in an app in full-screen mode
Windows logo key + period (.) or semicolon (;)
Open emoji panel
Windows logo key + comma (,)
Temporarily peek at the desktop
Windows logo key + Pause
Display the System Properties dialog box
Windows logo key + Ctrl + F
Search for PCs (if you’re on a network)
Windows logo key + Shift + M
Restore minimized windows on the desktop
Windows logo key + number
Open the desktop and start the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number. If the app is already running, switch to that app.
Windows logo key + Shift + number
Open the desktop and start a new instance of the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number
Windows logo key + Ctrl + number
Open the desktop and switch to the last active window of the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number
Windows logo key + Alt + number
Open the desktop and open the Jump List for the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number
Windows logo key + Ctrl + Shift + number
Open the desktop and open a new instance of the app located at the given position on the taskbar as an administrator
Windows logo key + Tab
Open Task view
Windows logo key + Up arrow
Maximize the window
Windows logo key + Down arrow
Remove current app from screen or minimize the desktop window
Windows logo key + Left arrow
Maximize the app or desktop window to the left side of the screen
Windows logo key + Right arrow
Maximize the app or desktop window to the right side of the screen
Windows logo key + Home
Minimize all except the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke)
Windows logo key + Shift + Up arrow
Stretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen
Windows logo key + Shift + Down arrow
Restore/minimize active desktop windows vertically, maintaining width
Windows logo key + Shift + Left arrow or Right arrow
Move an app or window in the desktop from one monitor to another
Windows logo key + Spacebar
Switch input language and keyboard layout
Windows logo key + Ctrl + Spacebar
Change to a previously selected input
Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter
Open Narrator
Windows logo key + Plus (+)
Open Magnifier
Windows logo key + forward slash (/)
Begin IME reconversion
Windows logo key + Ctrl + V
Open shoulder taps


Command Prompt keyboard shortcuts


Ctrl + C (or Ctrl + Insert)
Copy the selected text
Ctrl + V (or Shift + Insert)
Paste the selected text
Ctrl + M
Enter Mark mode
Alt + selection key
Begin selection in block mode
Arrow keys
Move the cursor in the direction specified
Page up
Move the cursor by one page up
Page down
Move the cursor by one page down
Ctrl + Home (Mark mode)
Move the cursor to the beginning of the buffer
Ctrl + End (Mark mode)
Move the cursor to the end of the buffer
Ctrl + Up arrow
Move up one line in the output history
Ctrl + Down arrow
Move down one line in the output history
Ctrl + Home (History navigation)
If the command line is empty, move the viewport to the top of the buffer. Otherwise, delete all the characters to the left of the cursor in the command line.
Ctrl + End (History navigation)
If the command line is empty, move the viewport to the command line. Otherwise, delete all the characters to the right of the cursor in the command line.


Dialog box keyboard shortcuts


Press this key
To do this
F4
Display the items in the active list
Ctrl + Tab
Move forward through tabs
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Move back through tabs
Ctrl + number (number 1–9)
Move to nth tab
Tab
Move forward through options
Shift + Tab
Move back through options
Alt + underlined letter
Perform the command (or select the option) that is used with that letter
Spacebar
Select or clear the check box if the active option is a check box
Backspace
Open a folder one level up if a folder is selected in the Save As or Open dialog box
Arrow keys
Select a button if the active option is a group of option buttons


File Explorer keyboard shortcuts


Press this key
To do this
Alt + D
Select the address bar
Ctrl + E
Select the search box
Ctrl + F
Select the search box
Ctrl + N
Open a new window
Ctrl + W
Close the active window
Ctrl + mouse scroll wheel
Change the size and appearance of file and folder icons
Ctrl + Shift + E
Display all folders above the selected folder
Ctrl + Shift + N
Create a new folder
Num Lock + asterisk (*)
Display all subfolders under the selected folder
Num Lock + plus (+)
Display the contents of the selected folder
Num Lock + minus (-)
Collapse the selected folder
Alt + P
Display the preview panel
Alt + Enter
Open the Properties dialog box for the selected item
Alt + Right arrow
View the next folder
Alt + Up arrow
View the folder that the folder was in
Alt + Left arrow
View the previous folder
Backspace
View the previous folder
Right arrow
Display the current selection (if it’s collapsed), or select the first subfolder
Left arrow
Collapse the current selection (if it’s expanded), or select the folder that the folder was in
End
Display the bottom of the active window
Home
Display the top of the active window
F11
Maximize or minimize the active window


Virtual desktops keyboard shortcuts


Press this key
To do this
Windows logo key + Tab
Open Task view
Windows logo key + Ctrl + D
Add a virtual desktop
Windows logo key + Ctrl + Right arrow
Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the right
Windows logo key + Ctrl + Left arrow
Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the left
Windows logo key + Ctrl + F4
Close the virtual desktop you’re using


Taskbar keyboard shortcuts


Shift + click a taskbar button
Open an app or quickly open another instance of an app
Ctrl + Shift + click a taskbar button
Open an app as an administrator
Shift + right-click a taskbar button
Show the window menu for the app
Shift + right-click a grouped taskbar button
Show the window menu for the group
Ctrl + click a grouped taskbar button
Cycle through the windows of the group


Settings keyboard shortcuts


Windows logo key + I

Open settings

Backspace

Go back to the settings home page

Type on any page with search boxSearch settings

 

 

 

 

Inner-Battles Everlasting

There are times in which, try as I might, to brush off, ignore, or even attempt to whole-heartedly resist my own cynical nature; well, it simply escapes my control.

This demon of uncontrollable worldly criticism, is that, which I absolutely detest most in this world; essentially my mind’s very own pessimistic, inner philosopher/psychologist/heckler/douschbag drill sergeant wielding a megaphone aimed at my cerebral cortex. It is a voice of doom & gloom, which only grows louder & louder, until all that there is really left to do, is listen.

It gets too loud to ignore…

These are times of long or short term hardship.

A hardship of many forms, in fact, it would not be a very long stretch of reality, to say that these are times of a all-encompassing general inner struggle. A struggle, which simply leads to suffering, a great deal of suffering in fact, and then ultimately to some sort of self-submission.

In most of the cases which I speak of, the submission is not to any sort of greater good, or a kind of life-changing epiphany, and instead usually tends to simply kick the can down the road, and pretend that, we, meaning I, are or am, done struggling, done fighting the same battle that, I, coming to my senses, have concurred that submission is the only way of proceeding to surviving.

Perhaps this is simply a naïve, primitive, all too human instinctual inability to follow my deepest convictions.

In any case, if it has not become evident to you already, dear reader, this battle is not to be the last one, in fact, broadly speaking, it is one of what could perhaps be millions, at this point at least, of similar such inward struggles. Struggles of the self, of the mind, of the we, of the collective, and struggles that seemingly have no clear resolution or definition.

The result of which, leads me to ponder any point to it all…

Well, after a while, I think to myself, what the fuck exactly, is there for me to do?

If I had any clue in the least, any fucking clue at all, what exactly the fucking answer is…

…well, fuck, that’s what we’d be writing about, I’d be writing about, and if you were expecting answer at the end of this here shitty fucking post; well sorry, because you’re honestly not going to fucking get it!

Fact is, I don’t fucking know, and maybe that’s the fucking answer in & of itself; but probably not. All things considered, I’m almost 99.99% fucking sure it’s not the answer, so fuck it, what else do I got to do with my existence for the next duration of my fucking existence.

Yeah, so I guess I’ll just get back to fucking searching.

Oh, and is it just me, or did I use a lot of ‘fucks‘ in that last no fucks given portion of the post?

In any case, have a great night, day, morning etc. yah fucks.

…Oh, and P.S., kindly fuck off.

A great honest discussion between British superstar Russell Brand & Jordan Peterson on the various topics hindering our society (in the WEST) today…

www.youtube.com/watch

The now world-renowned academic, J. Peterson discusses various subjects of social & individual behavior mentioned in his latest bestseller, with actor, author, rockstar, and leftwing U.K. activist R. Brand.