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Drunk watching YouTube, and I've stumbled on a video of a dude who found his first cellphone on eBay. I'm so reminded of my old bombproof Nokia that my brother, sister and I got Christmas of 1999. I remember because my car broke down on the way back to college for a New Year 2000 party and I was super happy to have it. I played so many games of snake on that phone. My brother still has the same phone number from that family plan.

Just debating whether I want to bike to the store or play a test game of Viticulture with the one of the new expansions that just arrived, when it started like it meant it. Guess that answers the question.

Just debating whether I want to bike to the store or play a test game of Viticulture with the one of the new expansions that just arrived, when it started like it meant it. Guess that answers the question.

Midwest ex-pat living in East Bay with my wife, an asshole cat and our collection. Dipping my big toe into and . Frequent, but not serious bicyclist. Lover of .

I enjoy Concordia at two on the Britannia map, but it sure was fun to try with 4 on the original map, also with all the beer.

My wife is going to be out of town this weekend, and I'm trying to decide what tech learning project I want to attempt to fill my time. My first thought is I've got an old Windows PC that I could convert to Linux. I also thought about trying to set up NextCloud with the RaspberryPi I originally bought for RetroPie. I'm open to ideas mostly looking for something relatively easy or at least well documented online. I'm very much a newb.

Chronicles of Crime was one of our favorites of last year, and definitively killed any lingering interest we had in carrying on with Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, but oof the first case in the Noir expansion was not good.

Speaking of things I've started, and let by the way. I am going to play at least one of the games from my shelf of shame this weekend.

It hasn't even been a year since I started up this account and then...never quite got around to doing anything with it. I guess it's properly seasoned now, and I can give it a try.

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