Burning the CA tax code might keep the fires going for a couple more months

The air quality in my part of has finally improved to decent levels.

I just spent some time skating outside, but there was enough smokiness in the air to lead me to come back inside. I'm guessing that though the aggregate air quality for my city is OK, my house just happens to be in a pocket of smokey air. πŸ₯‚

I'm currently trying to figure out where we can reschedule our vacation to. Almost all places in the state have similar or worse air quality than where we live.

I'm sad that Sausalito's hotel prices are still so high, but their air quality *is* minorly better than San Francisco's (as it's closer to the coast than SF).

This morning I realized that since I read and worked through much of the books, I now have much of the knowledge that I had previously needed to make a separate website idea that I had a year or two ago. :)

That idea has more potential for (1) taking off and (2) benefiting people than the skateboarding project, so I'll make the skateboarding project less of a priority for now :)

Today I discovered that I've received a decent number of tips (40+ whole tokens) from users on my site. Very unanticipated. :)

Funny, that'd be fairly easy to implement on a RSS feed. I wonder why people don't do it.

Newsletters are poor substitutes for RSS feeds. :/

Oof. My family's watching The Founder. It's so tough watching the main character descend into being a jerk. Especially when he pursues other women and demands a divorce from his wife who's really supportive of him. :(

It makes me feel so thankful though for my girlfriend, who's wonderful ... harsh at times, but supportive and wonderful.

@amic It's a bit niche right now, but you might want to try out becoming a Creator via the Brave system: creators.brave.com/

Then I (and others) can send you some money via crypto for just using your site and/or tipping you through there regularly.

After skimming through the books, I feel that I don't need to read a bunch more of them for now. Rather, I need to nail down the database model for the site I want to build, then piece it together from the various, relevant chapters.

The books have lots of info about setting up and dealing with user registration, permissions, email, and search, but most of that can come later (after the main site is setup and opened to additional users).

Police release video of black murder suspect shooting himself dead in Minneapolis after fake rumor spreads that cops killed him sparking looting and violence dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8

I just saw that my instance host, @amic, has a and she gives patrons access to a . That's pretty cool! I thought I'd send her $5 or so, but $8.99 to support her + get a VPS would be nice. I just don't know how I'd use it, even less so than with , which has tons of guides.

Dang, this morning the air quality is already substantially worse than it was yesterday around midday yesterday.

I might be confusing this with an impound lot, but I think that people get charged a fee for their car being on the lot. Though that might only matter if/when the person tries to pick it up, which you're not going to do. ... I don't want you to receive a big bill out of nowhere for a car you've abandoned! πŸ˜…

@lnxw37a2 Do you know more about this?

I've had a car for five days, haven't driven it in three, and I'm paying how much for this privilege? 🀯

I just went out and skated a bit because the air quality is good. I'm rusty and aching, but it was nice and the breeze out is very nice.

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