How should we deal with people who are as mean and horrible as Mark and Patricia McCloskey? I can think of a lot of fun, possibly legal, revenge pranks to reward them for being such horrible humans.

Reference:stltoday.com/news/local/metro/

Maybe I should start a foundation focused on (legal) pranks against horrible people. That actually sounds like fun. Talk me into it?

I am ready to dispense opinions for public consumption in response to responses made to this post.

I just realized something really scary.

The way that fb and the horrible birdsite display their news feeds: an infinite scrolling list in rough order of what they think will cause you to react... is based on my early work with (and arguably invention of) collaborative filtering in the early 90s. It was a good idea, but in widespread adoption has seemed to cause some terrible, real problems.

I'm really sorry, everybody.

Just innocently watching Matthew Berry's show Toast of London from 2012, and it's a surprise joke about Boris Johnson:

As a lifelong meditator, which practice I recommend to pretty much everybody, I was really pleased to see Rashida Jones and Nick Offerman do this bit.

Seems like due to his incompetence, greed, and venality, Donald Trump has now murdered more than 100,000 people, mostly Americans.

I'm still sad that nobody has ever noticed the ringer on this shelf.

I was telling a friend about the book _Trout Fishing in America_ and I realized that Chuck Tingle is the modern day Richard Brautigan.

Procedurally-modeled 1.3 shakuhachi. Critical measurements thanks to David Brown.

Sourdough crêpe with saucisson, sour cream, and homemade habanero kimchi and sriracha.

Voting is always tactical. Of course winning politicians will pretend not to realize that. For those of us with political opinions beyond the Overton window, voting is *harm reduction*.

Pig in blanket made with crêpe from sourdough starter castoff. Mustard, sauteed onions, hot sauce on the inside. Playing with this stuff is more fun than having the daily fresh sourdough (which, don't get me wrong, is also great).

Look, we're actually topical. Lockdown by Burn the Earth featuring Chris Penalber:
soundcloud.com/paulboutin/lock

This is a Jeremy opinion / recommendation post. If you have questions about things (ideas, objects, entities) that I like for particular functions, or want to know my opinion about a specific thing, please ask here.

I usually prefer to avoid social network mention of specific products or companies, but I will pause that policy for this post should it become relevant.

The software engineering skill required to design and build a project properly is almost always greater than that afforded by the budget allocated by the organization that needs it.

A cover of an unjustly lesser-known song from one of my favorite 80s bands.

"Chinatown" by Romeo Void

jeremy.org/music/covers/chinat

Nobody:

Me: Here is an eleven minute and twenty one second track of music I made with xylophone, koto, shakuhachi, double bass, and drums.

jeremy.org/music/2019/xylophon

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