Random photo time - see if you can name the time/event, @pb

Was doing some genealogy research and stumbled upon this completely bonkers unrelated article. From The Times (Philadelphia), Fri, Mar 28, 1879.

(Super long image so it may require some zooming and scrolling to read.)

I've found myself reminiscing about my tea shop a bit recently. Wish it had gone a little better, but for those couple of years I ran it, it was fun. Still love the name, logo, etc. and hope that maybe someday I can return to it.

Anyone else play Uncle Wiggly when they were a kid? Nothing like a game about a rabbit with rheumatism trying to get to the doctor's office to inspire the kids!

A pull quote (and the full quote) from a November 10, 1995 newspaper article, back when having a web page was worthy of an article.

I'd say "things generally don't get super personal on the web" may be one of my less prescient quotes, however.

Wow, thanks, Amazon. I appreciate you hipping me to great Black Friday deals on hot new technology.

One thing that is eternally on my wishlist is the orange juice container from Family Ties (left) but I recently discovered the It's Cookie Time cookie jar (right).

They had the best prop master.

(I'm also a fan of the garlic bulbs from the Golden Girls' kitchen, let it be known.)

It's no secret that the squirrel in a hat is my favorite Slack emoji.

It's kind of funny when an answer on a company's own FAQ fails to actually answer the whole question.

How long IS that power cord?

Even if I *was* interested in bleach as a news item, this is what you'd show me, Google News?

And on each remote user's "/remote_follow", I'm getting:

I had it right -- that's what I did. Here's the bridge error when getting to the Mastadon auth page:

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