working in the yard again. the glare is much brighter today, but that doesn't matter because i don't want to see anything on this screen today anyway.
when you switch from making hot coffee in the morning, which you've got reasonably calibrated, to making cold brew, and you don't remember how much you can drink at all. my schedule for the next week looks like:
spent 7 hours organizing my old xbox dvd collection instead of working
So I got a little cross-eyed by the scale on a map of Britain and then I dragged the whole UK including Scotland over here and it covers—actually the land area in which I’ve mostly lived which is just a TINY SLIVER of the land over here?
You’re—y’all. Y’all are TINY. Just wee. I’m pinching my fingers since you can’t see me.
@ryan This is viscerally upsetting to me, someone who worked in a movie theater that had this movie for way too long
my whole life, my grandma has taken photos of framed photos with the flash turned on, which always adds a glare. it's not even a smartphone thing, she did it with disposable cameras too.
whenever i see just a WRECKED photo of a photo with a mystery orb in the middle, it makes me want to hang out with my grandma.
@nyquildotorg @3dcandy @robotcarsley i misread your first post as an actual question about a weird quirk of medicine. i think the replies in this thread have all just been geeking out about that (including my silly joke about chickens). i don't have any opinion on the point you were trying to make--i certainly am not trying to disagree with it!
this does mean they are intentionally sitting on a decision about moderna in order not to hurt pfizer's feelings, which does make me want to do murders.
the FDA has actually picked a date for announcing if under-5s can have vaccines: june 15th
hopeful and mad about it. 34, he/him, pittsburgh. member of alphabet workers union, works at google, views are my own.
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