It's several. One of the key details that seems to be ignored -- much like several other modern concepts of cognitive dissonance, denial, dismissiveness, etc -- is that even from the evidence we have collected thus far that we can readily review now, there wasn't a single impact event marking the end of the Younger… Continue reading It’s Not One Event
...they really should put some sort of a warning on this stuff. Like, that it’s permanent or something. Also, here’s part of something that I cobbled together with some spare 3/4” plywood. Part of it. Two parts. More to come.
Had to pick up a super-inexpensive hand-truck to move. Then I discovered shortly after using it for a few minutes, the axle pin on one side was gone and on the other side, well... Here's what we like to refer to, affectionately, as, "The wrong way". As assembled by the shopkeeper. I imagine the clerk's… Continue reading Wrong Way / Right Way
If you wait until x, you can't do y. Of if you only had x, then you can do y. Don't make excuses for not doing what you want to do. Do it. The associated post is here. Go read it. Well, read it first. Then watch the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz4YqwH_6D0 Somewhat related, not starting/buying/doing/going until… Continue reading The Toolbox Fallacy
**Sigh** I can see that somebody might set an alert for five or ten minutes before some planned event. But 75 days, 23 hours, 9 minutes before?! And another only on the 12th of August of 2019?! How is that even plausible? Uh... You know, let's just delete every future version, then create a new… Continue reading Alerts == Interruption