No biggie, I'll just delete that calendar from appearing in Google Calendar. What's that? You can't delete that calendar? Ok, then I'll just not display it. Oh, that's impossible because Google doesn't let me uncheck it from the list of items that appear. Hmmm. Fine, I'll go into "Browse More interesting calendars" and remove it there. Wait, I can't do that because the option is no longer available because Google thinks it knows better than I do how my calendar should look. Thanks, benevolent developer!
After some quick Googling (ha!) I discovered that my only recourse is to go into Google+ Settings and remove every circle from the "Your Circles" section. That finally got things fixed. What on Earth would possess someone to think this was a good idea?
- Arsenal til I die
- Publix is the thing I miss most since leaving Florida
- GoldenEye and NCAA Football accounted for most of my childhood afternoons
- Lemonade was a popular drink and it still is.
- Florida International UniversityCommunications, 2002 - 2006
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