I believe this rather resembles a strawberry.
A 24-year-old man presented to the emergency department with acute anticholinergic symptoms, hallucinations, and bizarre behavior following a large ingestion of diphenhydramine (Benadryl).
A couple of snippets from Harvard’s School of Public Health:
Some were created. They were tasty.
In the line of wtf no really, here’s a quill that writes with blood
There’s something creepily fascinating about this pen: maybe its the jaunty feather attached at the end, or those plastic mechanics squeezing blood out of the syringe onto the nib.
Fascinating and disturbing.
After a fair bit of time of not knitting, I’m finally picking it up again. This is a baby blanket I started…oh, I don’t know, about a year ago. Because I’m making this for people who probably won’tthis, it’s cotton and not wool.
Cotton, of course, is a completely different material than wool. The original pattern called for a seed stitch border, which I swapped out for a four-stitch cable, and the cotton border didn’t want to stay flat, despite the fact that I increased the stitch count by 10% right before the first row.
Yes, I have a 4095 bit key; no I have no clue how I managed that one. It’s a total wonder why people still think I’m competent at .
Anyways, I now have PGP keys and use the blasted things. For a change, I’m mostly using a GUI interface, and it’s awesome. Check it out: Enigmail. It is, like, absurdly easy. Practically install-and-go.
(In absolutely unrelated, I love abusing, apparently. Hover over things with dotted underlines for )
Emacs M-x spook: Power lines Adriatic Infrastructure security Terror Abu Ghraib Plume Becker Belknap doctrine WHO U.S. Consulate Decapitated Trafficking Agent Montenegro
Sometimes I can be really bad at life. It’s -7 C outside and I’m wearing sneakers, a hoodie, and some sweatpants.
Taping over my sneakers to make them just a little warmer….