Monthly Archives: November 2017

The resistance

By | November 18, 2017

One more thought about the below. I did fail that class, but eventually I learned to pass math classes by great effort. Essentially, because I have a very good to great memory, I learned to memorize a huge number of problems so I could kind-of almost see some relation to a problem and a vague… Read More »


By | November 18, 2017

Here’s how terrible I am at math. Once, in high school, I got a 6 out of 100 on a math test. Yeah, a 6. I’ll never forget that as the teacher told me it’s the lowest grade she’d ever seen for a student who appeared to be trying their hardest and actually attempting to… Read More »


By | November 16, 2017

I read this profile of Gal Gadot mainly because I missed Israel, though I think she is an interesting person in her own right. Americans have trouble adjusting to Israel due to the reasons below. I’m not a touchy-feely person, but it didn’t bother me when I was there. I rather liked it. When in… Read More »


By | November 15, 2017

Is this some kind of joke? The new Firefox is about as customizable as a turnip. Compared to the old version, it’s as locked down as SingSing after a riot. It’s buttoned up so tight it shits diamonds. It’s so user-hostile it screams angrily when you attempt to even change the font. Fuck the new… Read More »


By | November 15, 2017

I like and prefer being around women. Not because of attraction, or even friendship or anything quotidian like that, but because the level of misogynistic commentary is reduced to nearly zero. And of course, there is no macho posturing. It’s really a win-win.


By | November 14, 2017

I have not read the Harry Potter books, but I just realized that Luna Lovegood from the films is my favorite cinematic character of all time.


By | November 12, 2017

If any of ya’ll see me half-naked on the internet, my apologies. There was a literal peephole in the dressing room of the clothing store I went to the other day. I would’ve taken a photo of it, but I didn’t have my smartphone with me. (Unlike most, I don’t carry it everywhere.) It was… Read More »