Really bad cat.
@kioskwitch I have had this phrase in my head for several years now, and I don't know where it came from, but it kinda legitimately freaks me out a little - "beware the night jar"
I came up with the best leaf management method for lawns:
mow the grass fairly short after it's stopped growing but before leaves fall
wait for leaves to fall then mow again with the mulch bag attachment
dump mulched leaves onto garden plot. Hopefully all of the grass seed has mostly sunk down by this point and you end up with primarily leaf matter
finally, cover mulched leaves with polk sallet stalks and the sticks you used for cucumber trellising back in the summer
@taweret good cats
@bryn the slow audio processing is good in some cases because I can zone out and determine that I need to have been paying attention before the last bit of audio was processed, lol. Mostly used that with my ex, but it's good in business meetings, too.
@bryn I got this classic response when I worked customer service and asked for clarification, "I'm sorry?"
"I'm sorry, too, but your company needs to fix its product."
length--modified Blest Be the Tie 2b Humanist
Blest be the tie that binds
Our hearts in brotherly love
The fellowship of kindred minds
Is like to those before
Before our loved one dear
We shed our heartfelt tears
Our fears our hopes our aims are 1
Our comforts and our cares
We share our mutual woes
Our mutual burdens bear
Together we lift and hold us up
As friends who mutually care
When one has sundered apart
It gives us inward pain
But we shall still be joined in heart
And hope to meet again
@emsenn making your own candy might be praxis, but scaring people off from making popcorn balls or caramel apples or handmade candy is 100% consumerism.
@nosimpleway that's beautiful. is it from a movie
@nosimpleway I don't know the meme, but I love a well-painted toy
@nosimpleway where are these from? did they actually make toys based on BtAS or did someone handmake them?
cat o'lantern spooking @ u
@auntiekiki phew, looks like it's gonna be some chilly trick or treating.
is it safe to store small amounts of data inside image files divided into rectangles, where each rectangle's color would mean three bytes of data? like the famous blu-ray encryption key flag. will social networks' image compression change the colors? would it be possible add some kind of correction code?
(this isn't something practical, i'm just curious)
@auntiekiki guess I got this to look forward to tonight, brr
How Do We Preserve the Vanishing Foods of the Earth?
*Includes a very interesting story about the birthplace of apples.
Really bad cat.
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