On the end table, I've got some DVDs (Red Dwarf, Steins;Gate, Shin Godzilla), a microphone arm, a utility knife, a tablet (depleted battery), a box for a USB video capture dongle, a microSD adapter, zip ties (about 50, white), 2 pencils, a 115v USB transformer, a lamp, and misc other plastic trash I'm definitely going to throw away right now. Next to the end table are my DDR pads.
I'm going to do something wild & show you something private: what's accumulated on my coffee table and end table when I don't have company coming over.
Let's see... On the coffee table there's a laptop, a staple gun and Staples, a pink tape measure, a screwdriver, Allen wrenches, two water glasses, an SLR camera, a pill case, two barrettes, circular needles, half a granola bar, scissors, pliers, a watch, lip balm, two remotes, a 360 controller, bike parts, a pill case, and kleenex.
3x Surly Combo at VE tonight. Someone should tell these people that nobody bikes in Minnesota in winter.
Live in my building!
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I am obligated to tell Mastadon I am here.
I still have a winter bike ^_^
Zelda is a terrible hacker but I humor her
Who will fly me to NYC to see this?
Which is different from feelin' Bootsy
cw: occasional #mnpol
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