@wim_v12e Yes you're right
I must confess that I have an account and sometimes I log in...

Hello Walla Walla Washington Team,

If I understand correctly, you're one of those teams that contact people they don't know, asking for services that are not paid, which must be completed within a tight time frame defined by you, with e-mails in which you tell them what they should / should not do, including clicking on some links in your message, am I correct?

Then your message qualifies as spam and will be categorized as such.

@wim_v12e I see! I had a slightly better opinion of RG, but if you say so I'll have to reconsider that opinion...

(𝘓𝘢𝘛𝘦𝘟 𝘳𝘢𝘯𝘵, 𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘶𝘦𝘴)

Now, if you want to add a footnote in a table spanning multiple pages, created via supertabular, what do you do?

\tablefootnote?
Nope, doesn't work

It transpires you have to swith from supertabular to mpsupertabular

- 𝑬𝒉?

Yes, it envelopes every subtable in a minipage

and then you use the trick \protect\footnotemark + footnotetext...

mind, not too far away from....

- 𝑶𝑲𝑨𝒀 𝑶𝑲𝑨𝒀

- 𝑺𝑯𝑬𝑺𝑯! 𝙇𝙖𝙏𝙚𝙓, 𝙨𝙝𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙚𝙭𝙘𝙝!

(Tija-chan was absolutely right!)

CC: @tija@pl.smuglo.li

academia.edu use edu but they are a commercial site, not a university's

they link to many other services, including amazon-adsystem.com

Ergo, academia.edu is a dubious site and it is wise to steer away from it

@holon Non dimentichiamo i falsi negativi, però. Persone che soffrono per uno stigma che li marchia in eterno con la lettera scarlatta di una falsa accusa.

\caption{...\footnote{...text...}...}

does not work.

𝘖𝘩.

Use \tablefootnote instead

𝘌𝘩?

But not in figures. There, use

1) \protect\footnotemark in the caption
2) \footnotetext{...text...}

𝘌𝘩?!

And \footnotetext should not appear "far from the picture", mind

𝘌𝘏𝘏?!

Moral of this story: ask Donald what he thinks about LaTeX; I'm sure he's going to tell you

"𝐿𝒶𝒯𝑒𝒳 𝒾𝓈 𝒷𝓇𝑜𝓀𝑒𝓃!"

The song starts like the Keiko version

赤く咲くのは けしの花
白く咲くのは 百合の花
どう咲らいゃいいのさ この私
夢は夜ひらく

"Poppie flowers bloom red,
lily flowers bloom white,
I wonder how I should bloom.
The dream opens at night"

But then it's Mikami's lyrics, and they are grim realism:

八百屋の裏で泣いていた
子供背負った泥棒よ
キャベツひとつ盗むのに
涙はいらないぜ

"I was crying in the back of the grocery store.
A thief with a child on his back.
Even though I only stole a single cabbage.
I don't need tears"

And it gets worse. But it is a very powerful song.

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I listened to this famous enka song called "Yume wa yoru hiraku" (夢は夜ひらく), "The dream opens at night", performed by also famous folk singer Kan Mikami and not yet famous Okinawa Electric Girl Saya.

This version is a combination of the lyrics of the hit version by Keiko Fuji and the lyrics Mikami wrote for his version in 1972, which was banned for its negative portrayal of Modern Japanese Culture.

hooktube.com/watch?v=_jDZOgGGx

Divine Fuji

Pictures by Mac Kamita-san from her hotel.

I wonder if one day I will be allowed to pay a visit to God Fuji.

@rick Oh, settling in a new place is always quite a stress, I understand... I hope it will go quick and smoothly!
All good here, considering. Back to full teleworking for me -- it's actually very good 'cause taking the bus these days was truly scaring me. Thanks for asking! ^_^

@rick Hi Rick! I use peertube.uno and never had a problem with it!
How are you doing? I hope all is good with you!

@wim_v12e Oh, I'd never hear of Butoh, thanks for telling me this! 🙇
I need to read and watch more about Butoh, it's really interesting!

@wim_v12e Here I "see" the person -- or I think I see it of course. But again, maybe it's all due to the great colouring, and I'm simply unable to see it ^_^'

Anyway: this is impressive!
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