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I realized that I never wrote my , so here it goes.

I'm a Python programmer working on open source. After hours I do whatever is my current obsession, so far I have gone through: , , , , , miniature , and music, , walking , , , , , , homebrew game handhelds.

I love and (no patience to watch tv/shows).

Trout! Trout!
Let it all out!
Those are the fish I can do without!
I'm talking to you!

(stolen from somewhere)

Digital currency? No, thank you. I'd rather keep all my fingers.

You can't have currency without an army. You can't have an army without currency. They are two faces of the same... coin.

I love to listen to anthropologists talking about economy.

The older you are, the weirder you become. Not because the times change and you no longer fit, or because your personality becomes stronger, or anything like that. You simply no longer have the energy to compensate and mask.

When in mortal danger;
When beset by doubt;
Run in little circles,
Wave your hands and shout.

TFW a medieval smithy with pumpkins in the back garden

I just caught every fish in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Only took me four years. I still have two bugs to catch, but they only appear in the summer, and one crab, that only appears in winter.

What did people eat before food was invented?

This is a periodic reminder, that the editor is called Ex, and "vi" is just a command to start it in visual mode. There never was an editor called Vi.

Dear lazyweb. I remember a trailer for a movie that I once saw. The main character was some kind of a computer programmer mad scientist. He analyzed images and music that are known to cause religious experiences, paired that with an evolutionary algorithm based on his own reactions, and managed to create an essence of a religious experience.

I can't remember the title or any other details. Rings any bells?

Points at a young coder writing a mobile game in Unity on a wide-screen monitor and a gaming keyboard: affectation!

Points at a bearded sysadmin writing Perl scripts in Ex on a Hercules CRT and Model M keyboard: more affectation!

Today I started soldering up the PewPew boards we will need for a workshop next month. Five done, fifteen more to do.

Having read other people's code, I have absolutely no desire for being able to read their minds.

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