Ethereum transfer is terrifyingly frictionless.
Especially when you made your coffee too strong.
And you're blasting Tengger Cavalry.
When I got back to LA I knew I needed to change out the chain on the bike. Changed out the chain, needed to change out the cassette. Changed out the cassette, needed to change out the derailleur. Changed out the derailleur, needed to change out the cable. Also needed to change out the tires. Bike shifts much better now.
Added another couple water carriers. Boiled through 72oz of water the other day. Adding the other water carriers makes it easier to fuck up the seating on the panniers. Went to go get groceries, had one fall off. The one with the keys on it, of course. And, since I live in Expat Poverty Hell, that bag was gone. might as well have thrown it in the ocean. I can tell you where the dead baby seat is, where the dead desk is, where the dead suit jacket is, where the dead garbage can is, where a million other useless black things are, but the empty bag that does you no goddamn good because it fits on a bicycle and has my keys attached to it? yeah, it immediately went into someone's passenger compartment and vanished. So now I have one pannier. Home Depot, it's worth noting, is zero for 13 on making keys, despite the fact that they use frickin' lasers.
It's hard to feel sorry for myself when I fly first class and conduct scary shadow banking transactions online, despite the fact that the tuna fish gave me dry-heave food poisoning and my family is far, far away. Somewhere, there's someone who has it a lot rougher than you and guaranteed, the guys who stole my pannier are among them. Fuck 'em anyway, though.
The LA river says hello from crazytown.