Sometimes I talk:
Me and humanodon in Boston!
Me and insomniasexx in LA!
And since you asked, I came across Hubski while searching for the Higgs-Boson.
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Yay, Balti. Who's next?
Yes! Make it really inconvenient.
Yeah, I'm not a fan of that tag either.
Great post, noway. Here's the bit that jumped out on me:
- Actually though, we learned a lot from the SF guys about who our current enemy really is, and what our current wars really look like.
Did they happen to mention that the current administration might be the current enemy? Just wondering.
Congratulations and great metaphor from your friend.
I had a husband once who was a glazier. He'd be up on high buildings installing windows. He said that sometimes the work had to be so fine and exact that he couldn't wear gloves. Working with glass, he said, you had to bleed. You had no choice.
I saw grad school that way - and a lot of school. You have to bleed.
Wow the pub opened nine hours ago. Then I remembered that the rest of the world wakes up three hours earlier than the Pacific coast.
Speaking of time my birthday is coming up soon and I actually DID write a one-woman show for my birthday AND gave a preview of it this just past Monday in Vancouver.
people were omg, lil, you have to take this on the road, to the Fringe, to the . . .
I'm, like, no. I'm committed to doing it in my backyard, at my birthday party in Ontario on August 19 (real birthday August 16), and that's it.
It's pretty raw: domestic violence, recovery and redemption, crazy husband shit, nightmares of dating, and more redemption. It's hard enough to live it, but to relive it (on stage) and make it funny [note laughter in picture] is exhausting.
But yay!! it's done.
The title of the piece is Every Marriage Is a Good Marriage: Even the Bad Ones.
And for the non-scientists among us, here's a little introduction to the topic:
"Because qubits can represent 0 and 1 simultaneously, they can encode a wealth of information. In computation, both possibilities – 0 and 1 – are operated on at the same time, allowing for a sort of paralleled computation that speeds up solutions.
Another qubit quirk: their properties can be intertwined through the quantum phenomenon of entanglement . . . . A measurement of one qubit in an entangled pair instantly reveals the value of its partner, even if they are far apart – what Albert Einstein called “spooky action at a distance.”
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Here's a link to the entire article:
Wonderful trip report bfx. I'm camping too right now and have very little connectivity. Pacific Rim National Park, Tofino, Denman Island. Can you get to Vancouver by Monday?