Am I just missing something, or is the early August cross-quarter day (Lughnasadh) the only pagan holiday that doesn’t have a Christian or secular holiday that tries to co-opt it?
A couple of things bad enough to justify rebelling against England: “obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their migrations hither.”
I wouldn’t want to speculate on what’s my worst character flaw, but I’m willing to go out on a limb and say near the top of the list is that I think it’s funny to pronounce epistemological as if it were spelled epi-systemological.
Since drinking some scotch fermented with a wild yeast found on some barley, I’ve been meaning to feed Bubbles (our sourdough starter) some barley flour, in the hopes of finding her some new playmates. Today I did.
If you have “work product” (pictures, writings) that you intend to disseminate to the public by a “form of public communication,” it is a violation of 42 US Code, Section 2000aa for government officers to search or seize it—if they know it’s there. https://papersplease.org/wp/2017/02/15/searches-at-airports-and-us-borders/
The bed where the sidewalks are going to go near my dad’s new house is this silty sand: An interesting barefoot walking experience.
Blame the bosses, not the robots, when your job gets automated away. ‘Robots’ Are Not ‘Coming for Your Job’—Management Is
Here’s the awesome wall for practicing cat hangs that I mentioned yesterday.
We both tasted the Bell’s Songs of Myself, but both ended up preferring the Half Acre Double Daisy Cutter. @jackieLbrewer
Delaying your midlife crisis to age 56 should enormously increase your chance of living to eleventy-one like Bilbo, right?