I really should be writing multiple newsletters tonight, but I have this particular feeling of tiredness that I like to imagine is my brain cells separating because the critical fluid* that goes between them is low.
Unsure why I'm so exhausted! I've been working normal hours and getting decent amounts of sleep. It must be invisible fatigue leeches.
*Known as "brain juice" I believe.
The guy loves saying SETSKOG.
It's nice to realize you don't have to go anywhere for Thanksgiving.
I feel like I might be getting sick? But could just be my perception being warped by being around a kid that's had a lot of boogers in the last week.
I've got some upper back tweakiness, so no pull-ups today; just the run.
One thing to remember about voting today: Republicans support stripping children from their parents and not telling the parents where they were taken and when or if they would get them back. Babies in some cases. This was well-documented.
You need to decide if this is more or less important to you than being excited about a hero candidate or voting being a sufficiently personal expression.
He was dying to use the IKEA hex wrench. Turns it's a bit frustrating.
Kids love building the SETSKOG!
The arm rest/mouse rest part of my custom computing setup! Built in part by the guy.
Just felt irrational anger at a fantastic web site I just found not having RSS.
Just came to me while taking a shower: I should shut down all of my bots on Twitter. Mostly what they do is drive engagement for Twitter (a small amount) and helps Twitter ruin the world for the purpose of looking good to advertisers and investors. Writing this down so I can't back out of it later.
The cats are especially united lately.
Elections: Whether I like the outcome or not, I like knowing that they'll turn out the same whether I follow the horse race or not. I don't know how anyone is doing in the polls or what Nate Silver says (though I do know he can't predict things at a useful level of confidence), and I'm fine.
I recommend that you donate, vote, volunteer if you have time, and forget. Extra worrying doesn't count for anything.
It turns out assembling IKEA furniture is indeed an engaging activity for a four-year-old.
It doesn't always work, but listening to a serious podcast like Talking Politics over instrumental beats is highly amusing to me.