A headline on The Verge says: “How to keep spam from invading your Google Calendar”. Easy: don’t use Google Calendar.
Saw the clouds lined up like this and it reminded me of a cobblestone road.
One of my all-time favorite movies, $4.99 on iTunes. Couldn’t resist.
Wolf Point, Chicago River, Chicago, IL
This photo always had a 60s vibe to me despite the fact that most of the buildings in the photo were new when I took the photo.
One of my favorites.
Ontario Beach Park, Rochester, NY near the lighthouse pier.
Normally this bench is a lakeside seat but after a particularly long bout of storms and flooding it was a bit out of reach.
#vsco #vscocam #illinois
Taking the coming week off from social media. I know that when I can’t keep myself from replying to political nonsense on Twitter that it’s time for a break. Thankfully I have no problem with using the delete option in Twitter 😉 But yeah it’s break time.
It’s amazing to me that Twitter can be such a great news source yet at the same time be such a cesspool. The Epstein story as the conservatives foaming at the mouth about Twitter bias. Funny, because if there were a bias why are any of these tweets making it out?
As great as music streaming sevices are the most frustrating thing is when stuff just disappears from your playlists because its now unavailable for some reason. Certainly doesnt happen with purchased music.
Hell has truly frozen over, Roman Holliday is available on Spotify. One hit wonders for the song “Stand By” in the early 80s. Heavy play on MTV tho.