The thing about living in a Thomas Kinkade painting they don't tell you is: the people in the house are worried about their roof collapsing because of all that snow.

Decided to see if I could drive into town. Made it there and back, but the roads are pretty bad.

Been pushing around the snow blower. Easier than a shovel, but not easy in a foot and a half of snow.

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Let it snow let it snow let it snow. (Started coming down even harder right after I took the video.)

So, what is Stack Overflow actually good for? Well, they have the numbers to show they've helped a million developers figure out how to exit from . stackoverflow.blog/2017/05/23/

The metal chair that’s in every restaurant. vox.com/the-goods/2019/1/31/18

Ever wonder about those chairs? Turns out all they are all copies and variations of a Tolix design from the 1930s. If you are looking to buy some, the search terms are 'Tolix' and 'Bistro'.

A note to Paul Ryan and Howard Schultz and everyone else who is going on and on about what is 'American' and what is not…

…I am a US Citizen, a veteran, and my family has been on this continent since the 17th century – YOU DON'T GET TO TELL ME WHAT IS 'AMERICAN' AND WHAT IS NOT.

You know what's not 'American'? Telling other people they don't measure up because they have different opinions.

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Rusted Neuron – an Intentional Community

Rusted Neuron is an invitation-only 'Intentional Community'. It is not intended to represent a specific focus, although the people you find here are generally intelligent, creative, and witty. Content and conduct rules are set by the community, not by fiat. The one thing we will not tolerate here is intolerance; you can agree to disagree, but you must treat others with respect.

Currently the membership limit is 100 people and there are plenty of slots available. The goal is to try to replicate real-world community interaction and norms enforcement online. Keeping it small is intended to create a village atmosphere by staying well under Dunbar's Number.