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Bradford, Ohio, USA
Joined March 2008
UGH FINE
Replying to @scalzi
Ahem, We were promised pictures of cats.
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Good morning, Twitter. I am here to once more offer you my horrible anti-everything sub-woke stylings, and on occasion, pictures of cats. Thank you for taking this journey with me.
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Fan art is cool.
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Charlie, annoying Smudge.
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Oh hell. I'm stunned. Depeche Mode was one of the formative bands of my youth, is still one of my favorite bands, and Andy Fletcher (at least from the outside) seemed to be the glue that held them together. What a sad day for everyone who loves the band. consequence.net/2022/05/depe…
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Writing done today: 0 words! I had other work and things to do. I did do some editing on existing pages, and also plotted out how to handle the next couple of chapters. It was not wasted time. Not all writing is typing.
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Today I learned the stained glass windows in the church can be opened to ventilate the balconies.
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Well, I was going to take a shower, but then lightning hit literally right down the road and the lights flickered a bit, so maybe I'll just wait until the risk of being zapped in the tub is somewhat lessened.
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We get fish (and crawdads) on occasion as well. Less often than in earlier years because a decade ago we improved the drainage tile in the yard to keep the river in the yard to a manageable size and flow. But they still show up from time to time.
Replying to @scalzi
We had a similar temporary "river" in my neighborhood growing up. But a couple of times a year it would also have large fish in it. It was so odd seeing two foot long fish whose backs protruded a bit from the shallow water swimming around in the grass.
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Mind you, Spice is the one who wakes me up at 3am to show me her butt, so at now she knows what it feels like.
This just in: Smudge is a jerk.
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A time lapse of the river that occasionally pops up on our property after a heavy rain. It comes from the overflow of our neighbor's pond, snakes around the yard, and drains into the nearby creek. It'll be here until a few hours after it stops raining.
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"Three Robots: Exit Strategies" director @PatrickTOsborne has kind things about my script for the episode here. Let me return the favor to say that I think Patrick did just a terrific job, and it was a pleasure to work with his ridiculously talented self. cbr.com/love-death-robots-pa…
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Also, delighted to see the robots land so far up on this list. They originally came out of my brain, but what you see on the screen is the work of dozens of people over months and years. Every one of those folks made these three robots so great. consequence.net/2022/05/love…
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Someone out there is asserting that I am famous for being condescending, which makes me just want to pat their little head and tell them how very precious they are.
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(To be clear, on occasion I'm unintentionally condescending to people; when that happens, I usually apologize and try to do better. But sometimes I am intentionally condescending, because that's what I think that person deserves. Then I block them, because they deserve that too.)
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I'm thinking a lot abt the convo I had w/@scalzi touching on how privilege shapes our ideas of and access too escapist entertainment but woof I wish reality hadn't provided such a spot on example of the concept.
Are marginalized communities not allowed to have escapist media? Why does every single show that features us have to talk about shit we’re already losing hair about in our daily lives? I look to Abbott Elementary for a laugh, not a reminder about how black kids will never be safe
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For no reason I can think of, this song by @KennedySinger popped into my head. I'm glad it did; it's gorgeous and was one of my favorite songs of its year, back in the day. Enjoy. invidious.fdn.fr/B4hbknLaVtk
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