March 24th, 2021

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And you may say go way

Back to our pet mouse. There's no particular worse news going on, but I'll still keep that behind a cut for people who don't need pet-health issues in their life just now.

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And now a bunch of miscellaneous iPod photos from September 2020, mostly just stuff noticed while walking around.

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Thought I'd walk down toward the Mount Hope Cemetery one day and what do I find on the path but deer!


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Dutch angle of the deer to make it more obvious how much they wanted me to explain what my problem was.


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Walking to the Lansing Lugnuts stadium and here in the window I found dolls of Big Lug, the purple dinosaur-ish creature on the right, and the Lugnut in the center, and ... on the left ... say, now, what strange character is that supposed to be?


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One day walking to Frandor I encountered this squirrel, on the strip mall sidewalk, eating a nut and not having any of my whatever-it-was.


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That same day as I walked home this was outside the local Mac repair shop that keeps making bunny_hugger regret interacting with them.


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I don't know why a Macintosh Plus would go wandering away from the Mac repair shop but I hope it had a good adventure out on its own like that.


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By September they finally got around to demolitions at the Allen Street neighborhood center.


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You can see parts of the interior now. The side of the building that had that corner-cut entrance is gone and has since been turned into a parking lot. The rest of the building's been let to stand as it is, at least so far.


Trivia: The 1858 plan estimated that three million tons of goods would pass through the Suez Canal annually after construction. At ten francs per ton this would bring in 30 million francs. Source: Parting the Desert: The Creation of the Suez Canal, Zachary Karabell.

Currently Reading: Hiding the Elephant: How Magicians Invented the Impossible and Learned to Disappear, Jim Steinmeyer.