noms blows a gasket - chapter the hell you say?!



My perfectly normal workday was completely derailed by seeing this and its associated article on Twitter. And then when I got home I had to install a widget on my website so I could insert pictures to pictorially represent the horror we're dealing with. It took me a minute, but my rage has not subsided.

The progression into madness

So I want to test and make sure this website still works so I pulled up an interesting descent into oblivion that I record during the less-than-30-day period where I wasn't tweeting much. So this is what happened when I tried to start creating a sub-theme for my site. I could put this in a ul, but that would be too much work for the amount of actual thinking that was done here.

I'm curious, how many other wannabe website developers have gone through similar woes? Anyways, it begins with a thought.

Grab some popcorn, this is gonna be long

So today, because I started to be very entertained by the thoughts that were popping into my head I am just including the whole thought document. Enjoy.

I wanted to watch the original Ghost in the Shell last night but I fell asleep. It will be a miracle if I ever manage to stay up past 10 at any point.

I feel like tweeting that it is interesting having thoughts and not tweeting them. I am stuck in a recursive potency-tweet cycle.

I have lost 3 pounds. It is a start.


Don't get me started on Ghost in the Shell. Instead, here's some random crap I've been thinking about.

So the world-building I’ve been doing for a story has gotten me thinking about quantum physics and the role of the observer in the universe. There are some that say that we shape reality by observing it and there are sciency arguments for that. The idea of an objective reality makes a lot of sense, but then you get into the question of perception and how what is outside of us gets in. We still haven’t found the smallest unit of matter, so what if matter is not a discrete quantity? Kind of hurts my mind thinking about it. This brings up our experiences and how they shape us.


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