The first was in r/jokes: https://www.reddit.com/r/Jokes/comments/n3x0hc/can_we_ban_yo_momma_jokes_from_this_sub_theyre/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 Yo Mama’s so ugly, when she plays Mortal Combat Scorpion says “Stay over there!”u/merio67 The second I found tonight and for only the second time this year, LOL’d https://www.reddit.com/r/lotr/comments/oh83gd/just_finished_decorating_my_cake_for_my_birthday/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 Someone made a cake of Andúril and the comment was: In your stomach shall it be reforged”u/DraphicGesigner And The cake…… Continue reading Two Reddit posts that made me physically laugh out loud
Aside from posting it has been many years since I’ve done any updates to this blog. But recently many thoughts have been accumulating in my mind and yesterday I acted on them. I put on my headphones and thought about making just a few changes but before I knew it I was “in the zone”…… Continue reading Blog Update – Blockchain and Internet 3.0!
I wrote about finally overcoming that strange computer issue I was having in my last post and in continuing with the theme of computers I thought I’d finally get this post about the current state of internet culture from my very limited perspective. I have to say my age is really going to show in…… Continue reading Internet Culture
I came across this video on Reddit and wanted to write a brief post. Sam Klemke began documenting his life on film starting all the way back in 1977. He says “I’m fascinated with time,” as the reason for doing this project. I also happen to be fascinated with time and I do something very…… Continue reading Keeping track of time – A project I really like
Just saw this on Reddit, it is the Hubble Deep Field relative size to night sky. There are over 10,000 galaxies in that little square. It makes one think how inconsequential everything humanity has ever done on our pale blue dot actually is in comparison to the vastness of the universe and what must be… Continue reading Hubble Deep Field relative size to night sky