You gotta slow down your life or you're gonna be dead
OK, so jumping ahead in storytelling to the week we spent on holiday near Traverse City: we spent a week on holiday near Traverse City. I mean us and bunny_hugger's parents, which is why they couldn't pet-sit for us. We brought our rabbit's pen and essentials up. After a couple days of him getting to spend hours and hours on the house's lawn, chewing up everything like Bun-Rab, Destroyer Of Leaves, we realized he wasn't moving. He had sores on his legs. Worse, in the sores were ... you know what? I'm going to put the rest of this behind a LiveJournal cut because you should decide you want to read this.
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So that's his latest and, to date, most severe crisis. He's past it now, but boy was that a fright.
Trivia: An artist for an 1894 issue of Illustrated Phonographic World projected the typewriter of 1994 to be voice-actuated; able to self-correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar; and to be equippable to fold the letter, print and stuff the envelope, and add postage.
Source: Wondrous Contrivance: Technology at the Threshold, Merritt Ierley.
Currently Reading: The World Within War: America's Combat Experience in World War II, Gerald F Linderman.