@clinkingdog I knew you'd like this! I almost tagged you in it, but part of me thought you might have seen it already and possibly even posted it already haha

This video of a man modifying his prosthetic arm to turn his own brain into a CV output for his modular synthesizer system is... just a LOT.


Update: found it! Now back home for job search / laundry activities. Good while it lasted.

‪It's not even a supremely interesting story, I just was gonna stay home and do laundry but then I saw a photo of a waffle and decided I wanted a waffle, so I went to the diner, and now that I'm out anyway I'm going to the park for a bit to look for a geocache.‬

The trajectory of my whole day is determined by a photo of a waffle I saw on the internet when I first woke up.

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lofi 24/7 hip-hop beats to hunt the most dangerous game – man! to.

Some investigation narrows down what this movie might be, but honestly I do not remember seeing it.

I found a cache of movie stubs from the mid-2000s. Highlights: my first real concert in 2001, "Spirited Away" in 2002, "Garden State" and "Napoleon Dynamite" in 2004, and weirdly seeing "Robots" in Times Square in 2005.

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If you haven't read Tom Scharpling's "Grown Ups 3" script, I highly recommend it.

@ranjit that's better than the reality, which is "Tower Floor 2," which is the name of a place in our office.

I have gathered
the staplers
that were in
the conference room

and which
you had probably
forgot about
for years

Forgive me
they were annoying
so disorganized
and so useless

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I have been posting about this mainly in my Instagram story, but I've found some interesting stuff while sorting through old CDs and DVDs. Here are some samples!

The part in "Sloop John B" where he says "this is the worst trip I've ever been on" is hilarious. It's like the ending of a "how I spent my summer vacation" essay.

A good way to practice being humble in service is to buy donuts, put them on a communal table near your desk at work, and then don't tell anybody you're the one who got them.

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