I like movies, music, beer, words, science, tech, sarcasm, and ambiguity.
I want to get another monitor. In theory, it is so I could have a second monitor in in both my bedroom and the cave (the extra bedroom where I have my desk set up), but I know I’ll eventually make it into a single three-monitor battle station. Then I’ll want that in all the rooms. And a subwoofer in each room. Then where will it end? I should just wait and get a studio apartment.
Check out Lyft for friendly, affordable rides whenever you need them. Sign up with my personal link and get a $25 credit towards your first ride.
Even if you’re not going to use it anytime soon or ever. Because just by signing up, I get a free ride. This is more about me than it is about you. Except it’s $25 for the both of us, so it’s just as much about me as it is about you.
What I’m getting at here is: use Lyft.
(I totally should have done this earlier because I used it 5 times this past weekend and all the rides were under $25 YOU GUYS I FUCKED UP OKAY?)
PPS totally have an Uber referral as well if that’s more your style. nicolemon. Go figure.
I take lightning-fast vacations. Two and a half days’ damage:
Lyft drivers in Austin, you’re doing god’s work.
You know how I know my government professor is good? I think I’ll actually vote this November. Actual learning - was not expecting that this summer.
The thing about foreign music I like best is that I don’t understand what they’re saying, so it becomes all about the sound and not the message. Pure music.
Edit: not that ignorance is cool or acceptable, but sometimes, with music, I just don’t want to be distracted.
n. the desire to be struck by disaster—to survive a plane crash, to lose everything in a fire, to plunge over a waterfall—which would put a kink in the smooth arc of your life, and forge it into something hardened and flexible and sharp, not just a stiff prefabricated beam that barely covers the gap between one end of your life and the other.