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Holy fuck, what happened to this blog ? I don’t know but it’s a nice break from writing. And I promise I’ll resume writing.
Yesterday as I waited for my son to run some errands during his school lunch hour, I picked up my Ipod and recorded some more verbiage about the importance of grass, shape and colour and how they make us feel. 143 more words
Introducing our first Platonic solid – the tetrahedron, also known as the triangular pyramid.
Look at that beautiful thing. Plato equated this shape with fire, under the rock-solid reasoning that fire felt like a bunch of pointy little tetrahedrons stabbing you. 532 more words