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An "about me" thread because the bio field is too short.

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Oh man! I didn't know I could use Friends / Acquaintances / Relatives to buy things from other people!

Glad to see that @adam isn't the only person preaching against the religion of climate change hursh.ca/2019/09/climate-actio

@voidzero Saw a few of your tweets re: Catholicism and was intrigued. Now I just finished #36 of the M&G show... It's cool to hear how you're searching!

I was raised Protestant (my dad was raised in the Gereformeerde kerk in 🇳🇱 and my mom in a Baptist church in 🇺🇸) and made the choice to become Catholic a few years ago. I share the story here: levisan.me/blog/logical-journe

Just thought I'd reach out and say if you've got any questions on the topic, I'm totally willing to (try to) answer them!

I should add: this is in addition to a private spreadsheet with which I track what I've read, what I want to read, and two overarching goals: a 10% increase in words read y/y, and a equal split of fiction and non-fiction.

Started forcing myself to read more and spend less time on time-wasters in 2018, and decided just now to log everything publicly for kicks. goodreads.com/user/show/734634

For those of you who have to go to twitter.com to check something every once in a while, this browser extension cleans things up a good deal twang.dev/minimal-twitter/

Gotta love it when friends are not only good musicians, but take the time to publish their work song.link/sratl

'Ain't nothing like a Dame' was a fun way to lure more Dames to the Roundtable. Maybe it could work as well on Keybase. We have a nice little group over there but I don't believe there are any Dames.

LinkedIn suggesting that I follow their CEO on their platform hearkens back to a certain friend named Tom.

I should add: it's written in a way that makes it not work as a stand-alone product. The characters aren't introduced, assuming you know who's who.

I've currently got Nothing Like a Dame stuck in my head and it's great.

The Downton Abbey film was a satisfying conclusion/climax to finish off the story from the show. I was worried it would feel (visually and storyline-wise) too much like just watching a long episode, but was pleasantly surprised. 4 out of 5.

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