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Shouty II: Points Ignition Boogaloo
Last Saturday, we had a shouty old man demanding information at the library. He needed help with the ignition system on his snowblower. If you read that post, you may recall our inability to help due to
I Survived The Shouty Old Man...
Today was a rough day for me. Chronic pain means I almost always exist at about 2 on the nebulous 1-10 pain scale, but it spiked today, and I consequently had trouble coping with basic life and work
Seven days without a post makes one weak...
I've been upvoting and commenting, but I see I haven't written anything in a while. Time to create some content! Let's see, I have a neat cloud photo from last evening I meant to post... We've had enough
Preparing for the Best
History records periodic economic upheavals, cultural clashes, societal unrest, wars, pandemics, and more. We have all experienced personal discomfort or tragedy to varying degrees. Life is unpredictable
A Somber Anniversary
Twenty years ago, on September 11th, 2001, the world changed while I was asleep. It may have been 8:46 a.m. – 10:28 a.m in New York, but here in the Inland Northwest, it was three hours earlier, so it
Harrier and Summer Solstice Musings / Лунь и Размышления во время Летнего Солнцестояния
English Русский While sitting at my computer one morning, drinking coffee and checking my e-mail, as I usually do, I spotted this hawk. Regrettably, I don't have a decent zoom lens for this sort of
Library Computers and Old Folks
Image credit This week, we encountered issues with elderly patrons trying to use our computers. The past year of lockdowns, social distancing, paperless bureaucracy, and such has left the elderly in the
Happy Birthday, HIVE!
A year ago, Justin Sun's shenanigans were coming to a head. Creating HIVE was our only practical solution to the irreconcilable differences between the community witnesses and the TRON puppets. I don't
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