Miguel resode in Swiftcurrent lake

“putting thoughts into words is difficult for me as what I think rarely makes sense, I only manage to extract thoughts out of the conflicting flavours of my cognitive soup thanks to trigger words such as glory, furious, bliss, stoke and intrigue. I encounter these most often when I’m furiously shredding in a bliss-filled glory mode with the goal of stoke and reaching new levels of intrigue.” (Lambert J, 2011)

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we got a new puppy at work!



pray for chaos

2022, the year of utmost chaos, is almost done and as much as I wish the 31st of Dec marked the end of something other

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just a random button

Last night I was bathing, my favourite pastime that typically demands a roof overhead, except for hot tub or spring bathing which ideally is exclusively

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Climate Exchange

The great climate exchange has me sitting here in Vancouver right now, huffing the 2nd worse air (AQI index) on the planet currently, wondering how

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the espresso paradox considers the point where the espresso’s speed benefits result in a longer completion time than if one had not spent time acquiring and consuming the espresso in the first place.  this point is mostly controlled by one’s desire to consume the espresso, not the resulting time gains.  

Taiwan Tour Video