we must defend the rights of (checks notes) gross cig flavors
in minnesota you can always tell california was on fire a week ago because the sky is orange and breathing is shitty
Not sure this was worth it
Opened my g4 iBook for the first time ever to replace the hard drive and found some coffee I spilled on it 13 years ago
I also refuse to proofread
Imagine selling an ugly ass piece of furniture with a computer inside for $12,000 and just leaving garbage on top of it for the picture
debugging my project gutenberg scraper unintentionally produced an emphatic rallying cry
Our dearly departed rabbit Saul used to hop around and hold his mouth to one side all the time. We had the vet check him out, and his teeth and jaw were fine, but always kinda wondered about it. We called it his "thinking face". Just hopping around thinking about stuff. Anyway, we thought we didn't have a picture of it, but we do!
@langer I'd say it's entirely possible. This area of Lime Creek (which becomes the Winnebago River) tends to flood pretty often, and there were entire years growing up the whole area was more like a marsh. Most of the land directly adjacent is owned by the county, state or state DNR now for conservation.
While looking around for information on the land around my dad's place, I found this extremely good typeface from one of the original plat documents
I think there's also something weird going on here, because according to the plat, A. S. Moen seems like they would have owned it. Chalk it up to inaccuracies between the plat and actual geography?
Reposting here, because why not: weird strip of land near my dad's place. it has about $2 of taxes due every year, hasn't been paid in years. Turns out, it's because it was part of a larger property from the original plat, and this is the final scrap.
nesmaker is real rough. This dialog is still using the default .net icon
Saw some Turkey Vultures last weekend
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