Tomorrow my classes start. It'll be 103, so I'm not walking to school, which is very disappointing, because I like walking to school.
In the meantime,
Doc Nagel's Top 100 Things
19. Picnics. I just love 'em.
Food, the outdoors, people you like - what could be better? My favorite picnics involve fresh bread, cheese, fruit, and wine, but excellent results are obtainable with PB&J, a bag of mini pretzels and bottles of water, or really just anything that's eatable outside. A body of water nearby is a huge plus, and available shade, preferably from trees, is a sine qua non. Having hiked helps, too.
Saturday is the annual university labor unions-sponsored picnic. It's gonna be big this year, I hear: 250 or so have RSVPed. It's gonna be 103 Saturday, too. Apparently, CFA has rented shade for the day, and it's going to be near the pond on campus I call "Projectile-vomiting Goat-head Lake," but I think hiking is out.
I've picnicked in all kinds of weather, including some weather that strongly contraindicates picnicking, so this is nothing new.
20. Internet time-wasters. I just love 'em.
I'm always grateful when bloggers link to online quizzes, personality surveys, IQ tests, trivia games, and other goofy crap like that. I don't spend an inordinate amount of time on them, but occasionally one finds oneself enraptured by them. I think the most dangerous is Lolcats. Damn, is it easy to spend an hour on Lolcats.
I've also recently been digging image generators that let you do stuff like add cartoon speech or thought balloons to images, for instance:
Or book covers: