truly ahead of their time
Of course in these times, people are less formal and it is sufficient to merely press F
The thing with statistics – via
Numbers don’t lie but people can sure as fuck pick and choose the numbers they give you and phrase things to make them sound like they mean things they don’t
learn fucking stats or at least how they can hurt
As a wise man once said: There are lies, damned lies, and statistics.
Wile E. Coyote meets Link.
every other comment on this is “just let them outside” like…. no
letting cats outside is dangerous for them, and horrible for the local ecosystem
cats are great but domestic cats are an invasive species
this is a really good way to let cats enjoy the outdoors without letting them wreak havoc on the local ecosystem
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
Yesterday’s vlog. Uploading a bit late, although for a good reason…
I just want to share with everyone my new favorite board game. Every card is beautifully drawn, full of Science, and they have a Bird Fact at the bottom. The bird facts are the best part, in my mind.
Hooray for Terraforming Birds! Er… Wingspan.
Marvel news account: Avengers Endgame will… *Drum roll*….have an Interval
Me, Indian, completely and blissfully unaware about the West’s unjustifiably terrible decision of making interval-less movies the default: ok????? and????
how’s not having an intermission unjustifiably terrible? legit curious.
Intervals are essential for:
1. Bladder emptying
2. Popcorn refills
3. Talking about the story thus far
4. Checking your phone
5. Carrying out that murder cleverly disguised as a jewel heist gone wrong which you’ve been planning for months
6. Water refills
OP, can we talk about number 5?
This is why I prefer watching movies at home. Then I can carry out my jewel heist regardless of Hollywood’s intermission policy!
VEDA 2019.04.06 – Computing Turducken (Part One)
This is my big secret project – the Computing Turducken. It is part-computer design, part-art project. This video has taken an extraordinary amount of time to set up (and a not-insignificant amount of money, despite my efforts to be a cheapskate), but I think it is worth it in the end. Hopefully my rambling doesn’t take away from the enjoyment of the video, even if it is a nearly-hour-long-vlog.
I’ll be doing updates on the Turducken every so often, with a major update once a week (probably).