… to explain some of the stuff we unearth. But unearth we do – and share we must.
If you are keeping count …
… you will have noticed that this chap is delivering posts today faster than a Gatling … and yes he recalls back then writing;
… we are done with guns for now.
Well, that was then … different times. And we are, but sometimes you just need the reference to make the point. Anyway. suffice to say, this chap has been faced with a backlog of stuff that he has been thinking about sharing and writing and commenting on. When originally saved, he had entire posts in his head. Still does in fact ….
… that doesn’t stop him sharing the links with some pithy one-liners – who knows this might develop into yet another posting format …. something that this chap believes is necessary to break the log jam. Not to mention the need to be more timely and maybe a little less of the ‘treatise approach’ to blogging. So …. onwards
I was about to ask. Can we get on with it?
But you do know patience is a virtue … don’t you?
Remember when it was reported that Sean Spicer had tweeted out a password?
Better that than his member(ship)
Well a little later that strange lady Louise Mensch reported that it wasn’t a password at all – but an identity confirmation code
Which I have to say – sounded weird to me, because I didn’t know there was such a thing. Well, it turns out there isn’t.
Which is why I think this article was written and published yesterday – to try and clarify what is going on.
Bottom line, nothing is clarified and a strange story altogether.
Meanwhile, you know how us chaps enjoy our beverages.
But we also do like a little bit of analysis. Nirvana (not the band) being achieved at the intersection of the left and right brain synapses clicking as one. This is such a case.
And this is important, because some have said it is the foundation of geographically fixed communities with reliable access to potable liquid, making us what we are today. “It’s in our DNA.” Just saying.
Did you know that Kate Bush had a conjecture?
The conjecture is true if π turns out to be a “normal” number, meaning essentially that all possible sequences of digits (of a given length) appear equally often in its expansion.
π hasn’t been proven to have this property, though it’s expected to be the case. So, for now, “The Kate Bush conjecture is plausible but unproven.
And what post is complete without a TSA ding?
… and of course – my shirt is on order …..