Wednesday. 2.27.13 2:55 pm
I don't even know why I'm posting, I've got nothing to say.
I'm going to have a quiet time and/or do my astronomy homework. Enjoy the nice weather, if ya got it.
Sunday. 2.24.13 11:36 pm
Drove back to school after a short weekend stint at home. Got that license renewed. You know how I do.
I'm trying to get Ubuntu to work. I feel like I keep breaking it. IT'S SO EASY TO BREAK.
Also I'm preparing to ultra-hack my roommate's facebook. This will be a long-term effort. I'm excited.
Nobody seems to care what I write here. Post-inflation. I blame YOU
XXII / WEIRD
Friday. 2.22.13 12:56 pm
This week has been chock-full of great conversations with people. Seriously, it's weird.
I'm setting up a boss playlist for the drive home tonight. Not the greatest day for driving, but it's all I got. Stupid driver's license is expired and the DMV is only open every other Saturday, so figuring out when to drive home has been slightly frustrating when you combine that with my school schedule. To account for traffic and my occasional music ADD, the playlist is over six hours long.
It rained last night, so I didn't sleep outside. Really need a tarp.
I wrote a haiku with love and math. I'm going to refrain from sharing it, though, because it's pretty awful and something that corny should at least be well-written.
I was using Stellarium to simulate the path of the North Star over the next few millennia. Right now it hardly wobbles at all. Every night, the night sky seems to rotate around it. Hence its nickname. But in about 1000 years it will have moved enough that our rotation will make it wobble about ten degrees. In another thousand years it'll be around 25.
That's so weird.
Thursday. 2.21.13 11:27 am
So it just occurred to me that I never committed to this post-per-day challenge. Also, I never got those emails from undisputed. So why be trippin'? I can miss a day or two. Also, WHOA it's the twenty first and I've only missed one day. That's nuts. Why am I writing so much?
Anyway, here's something of a full post.
So my spiritual birthday was on Tuesday, and yesterday was (coincidentally) the spiritual birthdays of one of my roommates, and another roommate's girlfriend. Generally, we try to really encourage each other on our spirthdays with a small party and a time where people just take turns sharing about the...uh, spirthee?
So we had a surprise party for J and G. I was a bit late because of Chapter, but I showed up right during the sharing. That's something I'm not very good at: enumerating the ways I think a person is awesome and/or Godly and sharing that with them in front of a dozen other people. But I think I'm getting the hang of it.
But after the sharing was finished, there was a surprise: the party was switching focus to ME
This was my first year as a Christian, so it was weird having people say all these nice things about me. I generally don't know what to do with myself when people are complimenting me. I'm afraid my head can get swollen pretty easily. We did something similar in high school youth group, sometimes, but that was generally "You're a great friend, you're great with the kids, you make me laugh, I'm gonna miss you, etc. etc." This was on a whole other level. People are exposing attributes that I hadn't even considered about myself. And it wasn't just the guys from my apartment, or just guys and girls from Tech. We had a bunch of people from OTHER campus ministries coming down to share about J, G, and me.
"Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.”
Unrelated: Here's some weird progressive metal music. Gotta get back to my roots.
I've made some colloidal silver. It's a bit of psudoscience that I find particularly interesting; apparently, silver ions kill or otherwise neutralize virtually all single-celled organisms, like bacteria, viruses, and fungi. You just stick some silver rods into a jar of water, run a current through it, and bam you've got ionized silver floating around in solution. There are people who DRINK this. Like...a lot. Drinking a little won't hurt anybody, and I only occasionally gargle it. What I'm really interested in, though, is making my Five Finger shoes not-stink. I've been soaking my right shoe in the solution (I know, colloids technically aren't a solution, bear with me) and when I wear them I'll see if it stinks any less.
The problem is that it's way too cold to be casually wearing my Five Fingers around. I have poor circulation in my toes, so they're liable to just turn white and stop having sensation. I don't want that.
On a slightly related note, I got a camping hammock for Christmas, and I finally got around to using it. Our apartment has a tiny little porch area, and I can tie it up to the railings and chill out. Last night and the night before, I actually slept outside on our porch all night long in literally freezing temperatures with nothing but a sleeping bag, a pad, and a too-small blanket.
And a small pillow.
I'm quite pleasantly surprised by how warm I am in there. And I haven't had a problem from the trains at all so far, which could either mean that I can sleep through almost anything or that they haven't been as active the last two nights. (You can't see them in the picture, but JUST behind the fence there are five active train tracks.) As long as it doesn't rain, I think I'll keep staying outside. It's...a ton of fun. The main problem (other than possible precipitation) is that I normally use my phone as an alarm clock, but I don't want to have my phone exposed to the elements, so I have to rely on roommates to wake me up.
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