At least I don't have to see the new Bladerunner again.
I can never remember if I like Fuji apples and hate Gala apples, or vice versa.
Oooh, there are apples in the fridge I should bake into something... ‎· hedgielib ‎· 1
Damn, y'all are making me miss living in Washington, where I had access to better, fresher apples a couple hours away. ‎· kaijsa
What are you cooking this weekend?
Probably white bean, kale, and sausage stew. with kale & sausage from the FMarket, and white beans from Trader Joe's. A tomato, if the spouse will let me get away with it (he doesn't like toms in soup) ‎· Stephªnℹ︎eCogScℹ︎Lℹ︎brªrℹ︎ªn ‎· 3
By “we” he means him. I might do cookies later. ‎· Pixie ‎· 3
Striped IKEA duvet cover + black cat + weekend FTW
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I don't really believe in taking vitamins, but there's a whole fucking *half-aisle* of gummy vitamins at my drugstore, so I bought some on a lark, and now I can't stop eating them.
I'm convinced that they're not allowed to manufacture iron ones, because then people would poison themselves because they're too delicious. ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 1
If they ever make gummy vitamins that taste like Licorette, I'll be in trouble. But so far, it's just fruit flavors, which keeps me safe. (but Hall's citrus flavored sugar-free vitamin C drops are an entirely different beast, which I eat purely for the flavor and don't give a hoot about the vitamin C in them) ‎· April
If you had to buy a relatively cute beach/sun-dress online, right now, where would you look?
Australia? ‎· bentley ‎· 1
@Spidra - ok, thank you very much! ‎· Galadriel
Never underestimate the impact of telling a nine-year-old that the movie Footloose is based on a true story that took place a few hours north of them.
Yes, it's on the way to grandma's house. ‎· Meg Vmeg
That moment a 9yo finds out they're far less than 6 degrees of separation from Footloose. ‎· Micah ‎· 1
That moment I'm shocked a 9 year old even knows what "Footloose" is... ‎· Spidra Webster ‎· 1
Oh, I meant myself when I was 9 years old. I never trusted conservatives' judgement again, after I learned that dancing had been recently/currently illegal in real, actual, nearby places. It seemed fundamentally arbitrary and mean. ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 4
77 degrees, with 95% humidity. Beer me now.
OMG. I hope you're at least taking advantage of the weather and starting a cacao plantation. ‎· Spidra Webster ‎· 1
We're at 81 and 58%, and that's quite bad enough. ‎· Kirsten ‎· 1
Sounds like here today. My hair, it has volume ‎· ellbeecee ‎· 3
If the Indians can win the World Series, I 50% believe that it might return us to the real timeline, the one that we left when the Cubs won last year.
This is one of those New York songs that I can't relate to at all, but I still totally love:
Any song with the word "motherfucker" in it, really. ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 4
No motherfucker in this song about New York, but I often think about the chorus as it relates to the homes I've chosen over the years. ‎· Anna C. ‎· 1
That's great. Have you heard this one? I relate to this one, 100% ‎· Meg Vmeg
I hadn't heard that one. Thanks! ‎· Anna C. ‎· 1
I love that PJ Harvey song so much but don't think I've ever heard the acoustic version. I must have listed to this version a bajillion times. ‎· Stephen Francoeur ‎· 1
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Can you think of any songs that talk about "service" in a positive (and nonsexual) light? Preferably not hymns. Doesn't have to be strictly literal. Someone's mentioned "Bridge Over Troubled Water" already.
Ballad of the Green Beret. Also, ick. ‎· Stephen Francoeur
Oh my god.
:( I had exactly the same thought a few minutes ago. ‎· Galen Charlton
@micah: in case you didn't see this, she posted here - ‎· ellbeecee ‎· 2
“Everyone should know, including the president, this is what real locker room talk is,” Joe Lockhart, the NFL’s executive vice president of communications and public affairs, said in a conference call with reporters earlier Monday.
(Apologies to those of you who are sportsball-averse. This is keeping me sane right now.) ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 5
Wait, are they protesting because Trump called them SOBs or because they are against police brutality. It's not clear. (AND YES I'M BEING THAT JERK. Let's not turn this into an all lives matter thing. Kaepernick started this when Obama was president.) ‎· Kendra K ‎· 2
It's hard to motivate yourself to do annoying stuff by coming up with fun rewards, when you feel like you should always get all of the fun rewards because there's always so much annoying stuff to do.
W3RD ‎· Spidra Webster
Wow, did you know that you can volunteer to help elderly and low income folks do their taxes?
This is the kind of volunteering I would be amazing at. I love doing income taxes (especially when they're easy-to-medium level of difficulty, which they aren't for me anymore). ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 7
My mom does this, and she also does similar work with international students at Purdue, whose tax situations are mindblowingly complex. She ADORES getting folks their EIC. ‎· Catherine ‎· 3
they come to our libraries every year. great thing. ‎· holly ‎· 2
The woman sitting next to me on the subway this morning was supreming an orange.
a little messy? was she making a citrus salad? ‎· Christina Pikas
@ellbeecee: Thanks! ‎· MoTO Babycakes ‎· 1
I wish more people saw/enjoyed the original Starship Troopers. It's a surprisingly handy political and cultural reference (and a great movie).
TIL saliva is good for getting blood out of fabric because it has enzymes to dissolve it :|
No, I cannot chit-chat with you. It's a 4-hour flight. Next time, bring a goddamn book.
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New favorite book title: JavaScript for Kids for Dummies
Dummies: The Good Parts. ‎· псы в рапиде ‎· 5
@gohomekiki: people are our most important ingredient! ‎· four complex parameters ‎· 1
In case you were looking for a good, local-to-Houston place to donate for #Harvey, Lone Star Legal is one of the main providers of free legal services in the region (one of my friends worked there for years), and not only is their building flooded out, this morning it fucking exploded:
Thank you for letting us know, Meg. ‎· Micah
This song, featured in the Twin Peaks reboot (no spoilers!), is totally killing me:
Mazzy Star crossed with...Lucinda Williams? ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 1
It's so interesting, having this tv show during this time. ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 1
I have been just loving the music in the revival - in a totally different, yet entirely similar, way that I did the first series. I'm different, so is it, and it is all still just working so well. ‎· Jennifer D. ‎· 1
It's one of those weeks where I don't even care if I do a good job. I just want it to be over.
it's too early for that, but ... I'm right there with you. ‎· Stephªnℹ︎eCogScℹ︎Lℹ︎brªrℹ︎ªn ‎· 1
Yeah, my wanna is sadly absent. ‎· Kirsten ‎· 1
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They've removed all the price labels from the vending machines at work. Instead, you have to tap a screen, type in an item's number, and then it will show you the price. THIS MAKES ME SO ANGRY.
Is that so they can change the prices more easily? ‎· John B. ‎· 1
I dislike that kind of machine so much. I'll go hangry. ‎· Jilli ‎· 1
I don't know! They'd still have to program in new prices if they switch things around? Is that easier? ‎· Meg Vmeg
You know how the Washington Post changed its motto to "Democracy Dies in Darkness"? It's started to feel less like a warning/threat and more like a description of what's happening.
Given that WaPo's new owner hasn't removed Amazon's ads from Breitbart yet, that may be his intention... ‎· Spidra Webster