and the thing that’s even more horrible with bodies is there is no modeling or breakpoints, just “try this and see what happens”
ugh i’m so tired
the spooling out of unintended consequences in a complex, tightly coupled, poorly documented legacy system is the worst thing about programming and also bodies
on thursday, talked to my neurologist about cutting down on diamox. it controls the high cerebrospinal fluid pressure on my brain exacerbated by my IVIG treatments. but it also has side effects
i’ve been able to cut down since i went keto (cuz gluten/celiac imo!)
fri/sat, i slept up slightly. now i have LOW CSF pressure. can’t move or even sit up without jackhammering my frontal lobe soooo https://mastodon.social/media/ffjmzY0QD4uC0OCtjSE https://mastodon.social/media/1pZeORfCTVcOtlSZxWY
so excited that tomorrow we get a new sofa - a firm, SUPPORTIVE, **RECLINING** sofa 😍 to replace this saggy, squishy, spine-destroying dewlapped semicircle that came with our cabin 3 years ago 😨
and i won’t have to drape blankets over the new one cuz it’s NOT LEATHER. ahhhhh! https://mastodon.social/media/RJQ66vDzakgD7eONLaw
actually surprised at how many basic errors they made in plotting Poltergeist, everybody talks about it like it’s a classic but it’s really just pulp: characters and scenes that go nowhere, spoiling the “secret” early but then acting like it didn’t happen, every female character is bad or badly done. shame.
i wanna watch the sequel where they sue the psychic
thomas: “so it’s actually a business documentary about real estate development”
lol it’s goatse
HALLWAYS ARE SCARY
feeling pretty good about our decision to remove our pool
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