John Denver's death was caused by his inability to switch fuel tanks during flight. The selector valve handle should have been located between the pilot's legs, but the builder put it behind the pilot's left shoulder. The fuel gauge was behind the pilot, not visible by him. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joh…
The Mellotron keyboard uses loops of pre-recorded tape with instruments, bands, or orchestras, to generate sound. Some keys produce backing-band sounds and some produce lead instrument sounds. Instruments can be changed by pressing selector switches on the keyboard. youtube.com/watch?v=Hdkix…
John Denver died because the designer of the plane he was piloting located the fuel selector out of sight behind him and turning to check it caused his foot to lean against the right rudder causing it to nose upward and eventually crash. articles.latimes.com/1998…
The first remote control was called the Lazy Bones Station Selector and was connected to the TV by a wire ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/03919…
Anton Yelchin, who played Chekov in Star Trek reboot, was found dead, pinned between his own car and a brick pillar outside his house, after he'd got out of his car, which then rolled back, trapping him against the pillar and asphyxiating him. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant…
The "cascading" aspect of CSS isn't nearly as robust as I thought it was.

So I have an outside div (ID) and an inside div (class), both of which have specific H2 attribs to them. Turns out that the outside ID's H2 is considered more specific than the inside class's H2, so it completely blows away all the styling intended for the inside div.

TL;DR - CSS is demon magic created to frustrate me and my incomplete knowledge of it

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