While I initially viewed the sculpture as odd, I had an unexpectedly quick and visceral feeling of offense, when I found out it had been vandalized several times. I’m still not sure if I like it or not as a work of art, but apparently I’m protective of it?
So somewhere, somehow, the logic around these emails continues to churn out message after message. And they arrive in my Inbox. But the messages themselves are broken and malformed. And there’s no way for me to stop this process.
The project seems to have been long abandoned, but the rules and logic and infrastructure around the project’s inception seems to continue, unabated.
In addition to determining how many boards are needed for the trim in a given room, we’re also trying to carry this across multiple rooms. If we need 7′ 2″ in the living room, and 4′ 10″… then a 12′ board would actually work to handle that.
“You are the one
I wanna watch it all burn down with
You are the one
I’d say I love you with my final breath
You are the one
If I could only have one last wish
When this life’s done, we’ll share another one after death”
Our current task: re-measuring all the first floor rooms, and determining how much lumber we need in terms of linear feet (converted to standard 10′, 12′, 14′, and 16′ boards).
I happened across this music video by KIRINJI, for a song called Jikan ga Nai (There’s No Time)… and it’s absolutely fantastic.
I hauled up a hammer, and a small shovel, to get rid of the snow. I worked pretty slowly, afraid that my motions would end up tilting me or pulling me off the ladder. I’ve had a not great track history with keeping my balance on ladders, and so doing all this two stories up was… daunting.
I learned that the code was for the furnace not able to properly detect combustion. Which was odd, because I could see that the flame was catching. I learned that there was a lockout that occurred after three attempts, and that was what was going on with the furnace.
Around midnight, Liz and I heard a pretty terrific crash from the back of the house. All over the weekend, with the temperatures rising, snow has begun melting and the crash of melting ice/snow from rooftops has echoed across the neighborhood.
I don’t know if the behavior I’m exhibiting is common for those new to crypto, or if it’s common/understandable. My main concern is that I’m somehow developing bad habits, and should try more actively to reduce how often I “check in” on prices.
paint.wtf is a website where an AI judges how well you draw, based on ridiculous prompts. Think you’ve got what it takes? Maybe you can draw a giant otter in the mountains, or a pigeon that pulls a big piece of paper on wheels.
“New to multi-pitch climbing, she needs to come to terms with the concept of the jumps. She falls four times in just one pitch, but it’s exactly as route-setters Simon Margon and Katja Vidmar have planned, putting challenging jumps in early on the course to get the pair accustomed to them.”
The birdbath snowcake, whose base is almost entirely covered. This cake is jsut about 100% icing, folks.
Liz, moments after saying “Come over here for a second.” And then failing to pull me into the snowbank.