Darren’s site is down as I post this. Maybe his site has been digged.
My question: where or how do you store all the login information? Post-it notes is a silly but popular method.
The switch to and from daylight savings time is something I’d rather live without.
Jenny picked up a $50 (Canadian) at a couple weeks ago. She’s learning how to play guitar on it.
It has steel strings and sounds like a ukulele, but, depending on how it’s played, it can also sound like a banjo and a mandolin (to my untrained ear, that is). It’s a versatile instrument.
Last night I discovered how good 7th chords sound on it. Here’s a short sample [removed] of what it was like. It’s fun to just bang away at it and explore different strumming patterns.
I know what I want for Xmas now: a.
UPDATE: We don’t play it anymore because it would never stay in tune, not even for a minute.
Lottery retailers in Ontario are winning the lotto a tad too much to be a coincidence, according to CBC in:
…in the past seven years Ontario clerks and retailers have claimed lottery victories nearly 200 times, a statistical anomaly according to one expert.
“So we can say the chance, to be precise, is about one chance in a trillion, trillion, trillion, trillion, so it’s just inconceivable they’d be winning that many more times than we’d expect them to…”
I always check the lotto myself, as you all know.
The full report is on CBC’s The Fifth Estate tonight.
(I made the fake book cover using the Dummies Book Cover Generator)
What do the terms “bottom,” “top,” “charm,” “down,” “strange” and “up” refer to?