Why did I agree to do things for people this evening? Wtf was I thinking? I am now required to go places and do preparatory things today, before I even reach the main thingdoing event. AND it's raining. This is awful. Why do I agree to do things? It's almost always a mistake. Today is not a houseleaving day. I require more coffee. Damnit.
Looks like the tipping balance may be on Jacqui Lambie whether to increase powers to take mobile phones from people in immigration detention. She's taking a vote on how she should proceed. I'll just leave this here.
Advise Jacqui - Senator Jacqui Lambie
Making is an important type of thing-doing... Fixing too. It's extremely supportive of being, it makes being make more sense. It's world-grounding and achievement-feeling. Making is also connection-building, through place-going where the making type of thing-doers tend to be. Yes. All of the things.
These dyson battery powered vacuums are total shit. It's all marketing hype. This model at least. It sounds all powerful and stuff but it doesn't actually pick much up. It fits into corners but doesn't actually clean them effectively. A lot of stuff just gets pushed around. It only picks stuff up in the forward direction as well... Which I find extremely frustrating. It seems to work okay on rugs so maybe carpet is better, but on tiled floor it's complete trash. More impressed with $49 no name.
I have a bunch of reclaimed hardwood (house frame) 75x50 mm. I was hoping to use it to build a chookhouse and run... But we're in the tropics and there are huge issues with termites and other borers. Wondering if anyone knows some good treatments to make the wood last outside and repel pests that isn't too toxic. None of the wood will be buried, will be slightly off the ground. Would I be better to just use treated pine and save the wood for something else?
I love Jack Russell Terriers. I love all of the dogs. Dog is love.
Consider this a friendly, local pub. Make yourself at home, bring your friends, have a good time! Meet new people, have a laugh, enjoy the ambience, and the Oxford commas.