This probably reveals how little use I find for it, but the iOS App Store is absolutely dystopian: everything has ads, nothing works correctly, and everyone is attempting to steal your money.
I’m an air conditioning enthusiast. But I was having a problem: there’s cold enough air coming into my bedroom, but it’s all being wasted cooling everything - the desk, the dresser, the closet - while I’m laying in my too warm bed like an idiot.
So I why don’t I just pipe the cold air straight into my bed?
That’s what I did. After I built some cardboard prototypes that worked well enough, I invested about $15 or so in parts to make a better version.
The end of the duct that is winds up under the bed covers should be covered with something, since it is basically sheared metal.
It works better than I’d expected. Since building this, I spend most my free time enjoying the ice cold comfort of my bed.
A person who uses URL shorteners is incapable of friendship.
Here is the TUNA sign that I can’t stop thinking about.
The most intriguing advertisement I’ve seen in the last few months was a sign I saw on a telephone pole today. A chunk of cardboard, somewhat sloppily lettered in gray-ish house paint. It just said: “TUNA (phone number)”
As far I know, I have never met a person who has eaten at Long John Silver’s.
My closest experience would be the cult compound that I pass on weekend bike rides.
Could I have another Cointreau and sodey?
- Apple pie with sharp cheddar
- Apple pie (without sharp cheddar)
- Artichoke leaves
When remodeling camps across the country, it is necessary to spruce up camps at the foot of mountains to match their landscape and those camps on seaside to do its landscape
I want Dwell to do a feature on this kind of North Korean organicism.
Office romances are rarely a good idea.
I wish the college brochure “having class outside” photo cliche was more like this picture.
Episode 014 with Millie De Chirico, “The Election”
Millie and I watch the one where Zack runs for school president (thus screwing over his friend Jessie) just so he can “party” in Washington D.C.
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I was honored to be asked to record an episode of April Richardson’s hilarious GO BAYSIDE! podcast recently, so if you’re a fan of podcasts, hilarious podcasts, and most importantly, Saved By The Bell, please check it out!
I think the 1989 context is really critical to understand the reason for including that Beach Boys reference. The Cocktail soundtrack was probably second to the Bush/Dukakis election for “most important thing to happen in late 1988”. “Don’t Worry Be Happy” was a #1, and the Beach Boys contribution (“Kokomo”) was burning up the adult contemporary charts. The Beach Boys were even on that episode of Full House,
Favorite sentence of the past week: