My apartment has a massive ant infestation. Poison, diatomaceous earth, wood glue, cinnamon, and mopping and scrubbing the floor by hand have only stopped them for a day, and then they're back in force.
Meanwhile I've had a massive rash outbreak on most of my body for over a week. Itchy everywhere all the time. Claritin, Benadryl, and hydrocortisone haven't helped.
“I was out here fighting for peace, asking people not to be aggressive, saying, ‘Don’t do anything,’ and then I got shot at by rubber bullets. Then I got tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed, and it showed me that crime is a social construct because [the police] can openly violate our rights and that’s not illegal, so now I feel like it’s well within our rights to fight back as hard as we can.”
Quarantine and Memory
Something I’ve been thinking about lately and want to share:
Make sure you do something outside of your normal routine every week. Go somewhere you’ve never been or do something you’ve never tried, and spend time at it.
Our memories don’t record monotony for the same reason musicians don’t save the recordings of practice sessions for advertisements.
It’s extremely helpful to your long-term memory to do something different each week to use as a milestone, if nothing else.
Flashback to http://harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=40, whose expression and linework and comedic timing I will never ever match
IMHO it's the best comic strip ever devised, and it's done with like a thin pilot pen on recycled printer paper probably augh
I am envious beyond belief
#songoftheday Say Hi, "Grey as a Ghost" https://open.spotify.com/track/1NQGjjeE6SCR9On6FQdHqG?si=I0EfSmACR3SnkM8ibeJoYg
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