I've got silent red switches to swap in, and I'm going to see if I like typewriter keys on this one, but I'm actually quite impressed with the stock keys. Especially that they're marked for both windows and Mac
Wow this is a clever way to prevent property developers from unlawfully tearing down historic properties and just swallowing the fees: Force them to rebuild the buildings exactly as they were before, without any changes.
(I tried real hard last time to get people to tag their posts but people were like 'no it's fine I'm not posting spoilers' which just felt even more like "obviously everyone is into this activity so it is totally cool for this activity to take up every inch of room on social media" so this time I'm just gonna give up and schedule an offline activity for whenever it is airing)
Instagram keeps telling me there's a new game of thrones show and like, not to yuck anyone's yum but I didn't watch the first one and the only promotional material I'm interested in for the new one is a list of proper nouns to mute so that I can still use the Internet on the night it airs without feeling like I'm trying to read a book in a sports bar during a Big Game
Hashtag "what an interesting smell you've discovered"
Sure, ask someone to draw you as a superhero and you're a childish millennial but ask someone to draw you studying with Socrates and they put it in museums
Me just now: "ugh why can't maps accept multiple locations and put them in order based on the most efficient route instead of making me order-- oh. Right."
Briggs & Riley might come with a fancy compression system but it aint gonna pick out coordinating neutrals for me or convince me to say no to a second pair of shoes.
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