Missive From ‘Merica: ‘K, Ask Cade…

Dear Reader, if you were expecting a post about the Doctor Who episode, ‘The Tsranga Management’, I mean ‘Conundrum’, then I’m very sorry but it’s not finished yet. There was so much ‘synchy’ stuff in it, and I have been busy harvesting gifs…

*It’s Cade’s birthday on Thursday, Clicky… /lights up… He’s gonna be 51…*

Anti Matter Matters 1

*/drags… No, 1967, Clicky, not the 67th century…*

… But fortunately Cade has stepped into the breach and sent through a missive…

Graham Birth Prep

*/plumes smoke… No, you’re finking of ‘breech’, Clicky… /flicks ash… Breach means ‘gap’…*

… And we are delighted to be able to present it for your reading pleasure, below… ❤

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I’m giving serious consideration to changing my name to Auntie Prose. Ya see, it’s like this… I just saw a tweet from the one and only RooBeeDoo, and that Tweet talked about some fuck who appears to be the founder of ANTIFA. Yeah, it appears ANTIFA has a founder. Not to get too far off course here, but shit like that really bends my head and always has.

EX: anarchy/anarchist groups, nihilists, etc.: You’ve got people who need to form groups, to oppose other groups. Now, I’m guessing that if you form some group, and the formation of this group doesn’t inspire the creation of an opposition, it could be said that you stand unopposed. Welp, that’s likely gonna scare some people. No one likes a group that stands unopposed, unless of course you are a member of said unopposed group. Then everything is fine and dandy.

Digresso-supremo.

Anti-Pro’s: It’s not a new concept. Professional opposition. Hired-hands, muscle, goons, soldiers of fortune, mercenaries, private security companies, private security forces, bouncers, luddites, unions, union-busters, and even professional law enforcement and armies…you name it…we like to outsource the muscle work. Professional Antis. Supposedly, even God has manifested a professional Anti that is said to oppose him/her or whatever.

So if George Soros, or anyone else for that matter, really did fund/is funding the hiring of muscle for ANTIFA, so what? I bet that around election time, your own political party hires all kinds of canvassers, phone bank workers, envelope stuffers, signs and poster makers, t-shit and bumper sticker makers, graphic designers, image consultants, accountants, creative consultants, and all kinds of peeps to get your message across…hammer that message in so you can win come election day.

So yeah, muscle-work. Even if they are unpaid volunteers, you are still creating the roles/positions for these volunteers to fall into. Auntie Prose, I’ve acquired a new nickname.

^Adam Beyer & Bart Skils – Your Mind (Original Mix)^

You ever wonder how many miles are on motor oil before it even goes into your car? Seriously, what kind of shake-and-bake bullshit has to transpire to make the different “crude” oils what they are, and how many miles did that oil travel in the process in order to process into what it is?

Method for age-dating oil is developed. STANFORD — The Jurassic (180 million to 140 million years ago) was a very good age for oil formation. So too was the Cretaceous (140 million to 65 million years ago). But, until now, oil industry experts have lacked a direct way to date their crude. – Aug 4, 1994

– Source: Google – 11 November 2018

Damn, no progress since 1994? There are a lot of different crude oil types, so the fact that they’ve not developed a method to date these things say to me that it’s likely that someone has developed a method, but it’s probably locked away as some trade secret. Anyway, so it appears science is still hooked on the notion that dinosaur blubber is the origin(s) of most crude oils, so let’s us use a median average between 65 and 180 million years. 180 + 65 = 245, and 245 / 2 = 122.5, so we’ll go with 122.5 million years.

K, so we’ve got a few dynamics to calculate here. Earth’s rotational speed around its own axis, Earth’s rotational speed around our Sun/Sol, and our Sun/Sol’s rotational speed through the Milky Way Galaxy. There’s also going to be some dynamics that we are going to leave out, like calculations involving the distance(s) that our planet travels as it wobbles on its own axis, we’ve got aphelion and perihelion which are baselines for the distances that Earth/Terra travels toward and away from the Sun/Sol, we’re also going to have the distances that various oil deposits travel to and from each other as our planet’s crust moves here and there, and there are considerations with respect to velocity and speed as to the geographic location of a particular deposit and it’s position relative to Earth’s axis, distance from the Sun/Sol at a given moment, distance from the galactic core.

That’s not all of them, but there is also likely to be some zeroing as some of these planes cross each other here and there, and I personally would prefer not to think about those right now just for the sake of space.

(lolz...”for the sake of space”...lolz)
^Veerus – Heavy (Original Mix)^

Earth/Terra spins at approximately 1,000mph, which is 460 m/s, which is 503 yards per second. That’s why I added that image above. That’s the new Texas Stadium or Cowboys Stadium or AT&T Stadium or whatever it’s called, and the football field itself, endzone to endzone, is 100 yards long. Contextually, your ass is slinging around the planet and covering 5 of those distances every second, of every day. So I guess your ass is indeed pretty big afterall if it can cover 500 yards in a single second.

Earth/Terra spins around our Sun/Sol at approximately 67,000 mph, which is 29,952 m/s, which is 32,756 yards per second. That means that, heading around the Sun/Sol, your ass is covering the distance of almost 328 football fields every second of every day.

Let's recap...

We cover 5 football fields per second around our own planet.

86,400 seconds in a day for a total of 432,000 football fields per day.

We cover 328 football fields per second around our own star.

86,400 seconds in a day for a total of 28,339,200 football fields per day.

We'z coverin' some ground, eh? Let's go galactic.
^Deep Dimension – So 1992 (Radio Slave & P.Leone Remix)^

Just curious about something before we go galactic…

…does that looks like it’s moving at several different speeds in several different directions all at the same time to you? Looks kinda still…almost placid.

Meh fuckit...whatever.

Look, I know it prolly appears that I sometimes employ some delaying types of tactics in my writing. You’d be right to make such an assumption, because I do. I have no clue who reads this shit, nor what they get out of it. However, what I do know, is that if you start thinking about some of this shit, and start getting the hang of visualizing and understanding it, you’re gonna feel it. Yeah, you are likely to actually feel shit being all spinny and wobbly and speedy, and it’s likely to make more than just and only your head spin.

Not saying that it will happen, but if it does happen, I would like for you to have a little bit of a heads-up as to what might be coming. I had no such warning, and had to learn a lot of this shit the hard way. It is not my intention to fuck with your head – would just like to maybe give you something to grab onto should you need to do so. When thinking about this kind of shit when I was younger, I’ve gotten stuck in loops to where I couldn’t stop thinking about it, shit wouldn’t stop spinning and wobbling, and it was some scary-assed shit to experience. Felt like it was never going to end, and I usually wound up in a sobbing mess on the floor crying myself silly.

(softly of course...don't want to attract attention to yourself...another lesson hard-learned)
^B.Traits – I Feel The Music (Original Mix)^

OK!!! So…the Sun/Sol travels around the Milky Way Galaxy at approximately 515,000mph, which is 230,226 m/s, which is 251,778 yards per second. That means that, as our Sun/Sol + our own planet is traveling through our own galaxy, our collective asses are covering the distance of almost 2,518 football fields every second of every day. With that in mind, let’s add one more quick calc that I didn’t mention before, and that is the speed at which our own Milky Way Galaxy is thought to move through the Universe.

Our galaxy moves through The Universe at approximately 1,300,000mph, which is 581,152 m/s, which is 635,556 yards per second. That means that, as our galaxy flies around the Universe, a lot of collective asses are covering almost 6,356 football fields, every second, of every day. Let’s sling some ketchup on this hotdog…

We cover 5 football fields per second around our own planet.

86,400 seconds in a day for a total of 432,000 football fields per day.

We cover 328 football fields per second around our own star.

86,400 seconds in a day for a total of 28,339,200 football fields per day.

We cover 2,518 football fields per second around our own galaxy.

86,400 seconds in a day for a total of 217,555,200 football fields per day.

We cover 6,356 football fields per day around our own Universe.

86,400 seconds in a day for a total of 549,158,400 football fields per day.

So far, we each of us are covering combined distances the equivalent of 795,484,800 American Football fields per day. No wonder everyone is always so tired, eh? And speaking of being tired, can you imagine the numbers that are about to come out the other side when we start trying to figure out how much distance oil has traveled over the past 122.5 million years? I’m thinking this shit already has some MAJOR fucking mileage on it before the first drop ever even makes it to your car’s engine.

^UMEK – Collision Wall (Original Mix) [Tronic]^

Nauseous yet? Me too. Let’s us take another detour.

Emmitt Smith
Walter Payton
Svetlana_Khorkina
Alberto Tomba
San Lazzaro di Savena
Villanovan Culture
Villanova University
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
Drake Well
Edwin Drake
Titusville, Pennsylvania
Seneca People
Piper PA-34 Seneca

Ever stop and wonder about what it takes to overcome some of these forces that are happening without our knowledge? We don’t even think about this shit most of the time, so when you do start thinking about it, shit can sometimes get a little wonky, and you gotta find a way to reel your ass back into the here and now. We don’t want to be that drowning person that will grab anything and everything to save their own ass, because we might wind up drowning someone else in the process. So let’s think a bit about Emmitt Smith, a dude that likely never would have ran a single step in the NFL had Jimmy Johnson never been hired to replace Tom Landry as head coach of The Dallas Cowboys, and how in the flying-fuck this unlikely guy went on to break the unbreakable NFL rushing record that was set by Walter Payton of The Chicago Bears.

Have you thought about it? Me too...let's move on.
^SRVD – Elevate^

November 11, 2018. Veteran’s Day. Armistice Day. 100 years ago, some guns went silent…for a while. Just thought I’d give it a mention, but what and who I personally am thinking about are not so much the veterans as much as I’m thinking about those that remember.

Yeah, us.

I’m thinking about what we are thinking about. I don’t know you, and I have no idea what you are thinking about. I’ve seen some tweets here and there this morning, and I admit that I have a jaded side to me that wonders why someone would announce what they are thinking with respect to a war that seems to be pretty much a complete mystery to almost everyone. Is it some bandwagon effect that makes people make various remembrance posts on Armistice Day?

Well fuck, what's wrong with a bandwagon on a celebratory day?

I was under the impression that bandwagons were almost a requirement at celebrations. Assuming they are available anyway. War tends to be hard on wagons, carts and other wheeled vehicles. It’s weird what is at a premium, to whom and when.

Octane Rating

I wonder if Mad Max was ever really concerned about the octane rating of his fuel.

^I Love It More Than My Life.^

Did you happen to notice that I selected an image of Cowboys Stadium that had an American flag covering the entire playing area of the football field?

I wonder why I did that.

Prolly all the brainwashing and programming that takes place in order to make me some “rah-rah” type of good old-fashioned American citizen type person. But it also could have been for more than one reason. Like say…letting some overseas friends know the actual length in distance that this 100 yard measuring stick entails. They might get confused and think that the endzones are included in that 100 yard distance, but they aren’t. Not to mention that the lateral distances (width) that are contained/represented in a football field tends to add a largeness to the measure that just ain’t there.

List of Unusual Units of Measurement

We like to break things down into more relatable units, but using an American Football field can be deceiving. I’ll give you an example of what I’m talking about by trying to find out how many threads are contained in the flag that is pictured above.

The story behind the massive American flags at sporting events

K, that article doesn’t tell us how many threads are used in the making of one of these huge flags. However, the article does mention that the flags weigh 1,200 lbs (544 kg), and it also mentions the company that rents these things out.

50 Star Productions

Those poor bastards are gonna have to change their name if Puerto Rico ever gets statehood or Hawaii bails. I hope that happens, because these asshats don’t have a FAQ on their website. Anyway, yeah, football fields are 160 feet wide (53.33 yards), so that width can be deceiving when using a football field as a standard measure of length. Especially since these football fields tend to be located in these massive stadiums that seat tens of thousands of people. I’m not trying to deceive anyone, so I personally suggest you take a single 100 yard long thread out of that flag, then stretch that thread out straight. You can then kinda bop back and forth between the thread and the football field to kinda maintain your bearings a little better.

^Enrico Sangiuliano – Hidden T – Drumcode – DC190 [II – Cosmic Forces]^

Let’s see how far we travel, in football field lengths, in the span of one year. Here’s our base with our bases.

Earth’s Axial Rotation = 432,000 football fields per day.

Earth’s Solar Rotation = 28,339,200 football fields per day.

Sol’s Galactic Speed/Rotation = 217,555,200 football fields per day.

Milky Way’s Speed/Rotation = 549,158,400 football fields per day.

Let’s use a 4 year cycle since there is an extra day in a year every fourth year, which means 1,461 days. We are using a median average of 122.5 million years, so let’s find out how many 4-year cycles are contained in 122.5 million years.

122,500,000 / 4 = 30,625,000

So what we’ll do, is find out how many football field distances are covered in 1,461 days, then see if we can estimate some distances terrestrial oil deposits have traveled over the past 100+ million years. I’m also gonna do this…

Earth’s Axial Rotation = AD (Axial Distance)

Earth’s Solar Rotation = SD (Solar Distance)

Sol’s Galactic Speed/Rotation = GDI (Galactic Distance Internal

Milky Way’s Speed/Rotation = GDE (Galactic Distance External)

Gotta keep in mind that we are observing all this shit from the fixed point that is our own planet. There are both internal and external galactic speeds which will vary, they have varied over time, and they will continue to vary over time. We’re just trying to get the most basic of ideas as to how many miles are on unused motor oil, and I’m trying to do so without taking certain things into consideration. Things like vertical distance traveled from below ground to surface, distance traveled from surface to storage, distance traveled from storage to refinery, distance traveled within the refinery itself, on and on. It never stops.

^Adam Beyer, Layton Giordani & Green Velvet – Space Date (Original Mix) [Drumcode]^

It’s now Sunday evening, I’ve just finished watching a movie called Sleuth, and as you may have guessed, I’m contemplating some dynamics that keeps a curved vector/trajectory curved.

Think about the Earth spinning, but instead of the curve continuing to curve during a rotation, the surface of the planet begins to peel off and straighten. If you think about peeling a tater or apple or something similar, it probably won’t be that difficult to imagine the surface of our planet peeling off. The dynamics that keep a curve vector curved tho?

Yeah, weird shit.

Take peeling an avocado for example. Or maybe a tomato. You are going to encounter forces that are working much harder to keep that peel on, and you are going to have to utilize specialized tools/processes to get those skins off. And yes, I’m well aware of you fucks that are going to say that peeling a fruit or vegetable while on the Earth’s surface is in no way representative of the forces at work which keep the planet’s crust in place. Fair enough….my shit doesn’t fit into your architectures.

But you fucks are missing something.

I sometimes get the feeling that you are looking right at it. It’s right here for us all to see. I’m not trying to find ways to defeat these dynamics, nor am I looking for ways to overcome them. But something very interesting that I’ve considered over the past few months and years is a concept that it may in fact be possible for matter to operate according to two separate governing dynamics. In these instances, two bodies that are independently operating according to opposite sets of dynamics can come into proximity to one another, but only for limited times, interaction(s) is/are limited, and any deviation by either is catastrophic.

^Jay Lumen – Stella Luce – Drumcode – DC195^

I admit that I’m having difficulty getting this bullshit over and done with. I really don’t want to have to start slamming these big numbers together, but fuckit, let’s get this shit over with.

AD

432,000 x 30,625,000 = 13,230,000,000,000 x 4 = 52,920,000,000,000

So, Earth has spun the length of 52,920,000,000,000 football fields in the last 112.5 million years.

SD

28,339,200 x 30,625,000 = 867,888,000,000,000 x 4 = 3,471,552,000,000,000

So, Earth has circled the length of 3,471,552,000,000,000 football fields around our sun in the last 112.5 million years.

GDI

217,555,200 x 30,625,000 = 6,662,628,000,000,000 x 4 = 26,650,512,000,000,000

So, our Sun/Sol + Earth has traveled the length of 26,650,512,000,000,000 football fields through our own galaxy in the last 112.5 million years.

GDE

549,158,400 x 30,625,000 = 16,817,976,000,000,000 x 4 = 67,271,904,000,000,000

So, our galaxy has traveled the length of 67,271,904,000,000,000 football fields around the Universe in the last 112.5 million years.

That’s a lotta miles, in a lotta different directions, all at the same time, over a very long period of time. Now, this is just me, but that brand new oil you just bought to put in your car? Yeah, it’s got some SERIOUS fucking mileage on it already. Might wanna think about changing it.

^Wehbba – Just (Original Mix)^

How was that for you? Pretty good I hope.

What's that?

Yes…I feel better too, thanks for asking. Sometimes I think it’s good to go ahead and explore these things a little bit further to get a better understanding of what kinds of distances and volumes we are talking about. I mean, we are talking about oil, which means that we are also talking about oil fields. With football fields, and even the similar football pitches or rugby fields, we can get a better idea about the size(s) and volume(s) of mass moving through vast distances at great speeds over very long periods of time. Which will bring me to my next point, which is…

Q: As the volume of oil and oil reserves on our planet decreases over time, what effect(s) is that going to have down the road on the orbital dynamics of this planet?

A: ?¿?¿@!#$%^&?¿?¿

Yeah, I don’t fucking know either. But I do think about displacement and relocation a lot, and especially as those concepts relate to the more terrestrial dynamics of things like plate tectonics, the ebb and flow of tides, wind and water currents, and virtually anything and everything that moves or doesn’t move. This is right down to the migratory habits of animals, any aberrations thereof, and the potential causes. I do try to keep in mind tho that Naturalism is still a fairly new concept within the modern context. I mean fuck, The Origin of Species was published in November of 1859.

That ain't that long ago.

Horology is not a popular science so far as I’m aware of, and the lure of the quantum realms seems to be holding the attention of many people. So let’s break on out of here, and talk a bit about that Camp Creek Road Fire that’s causing quite a bit of dismay out in Californy right now.

^Joyhauser – Galaxy Phase (Original Mix)^

Watched a video by the Blancolirio channel on YT today, and Juan is stating that all indications are, at this point, pointing to the fire being caused by power lines. Oddly enough, there was a vague reference in a movie today to an English power provider, but I’ll let Roob expand further on that here if she chooses to do so.

Cade spots name in numberplate Sleuth

*The number plate on that car is too small to properly see, Clicky…*

Sleuth Cade Car Numberplate

*Much better… /pats snout… Although the movie was not as good as the original…*

Anyway, we’ve got loads of high-tension lines that span this great country of ours. Not only high-tension lines, but roads, train tracks, underground pipes and wiring of all kinds, and I’m wondering what this shit has been doing and is going to continue to be doing to ground movement(s). You also got farming and irrigation, plus river damming and river redirection to consider…just sayin. But if land can’t move, is that more likely to cause that land to be less receptive to the absorption of water?

I’m just thinking that if these lateral forces aren’t allowed to move in the ways that they are accustomed to moving in, couldn’t that potentially cause the lateral forces eventually begin to interfere and/or intermingle with the more vertical forces in ways we’ve not previously considered? Maybe soil preparation(s) and/or improvements on land aren’t the only factors involved in all of these sinkholes that keep appearing everywhere. If you force two things together long enough, sumpin’s gotta give.

^Y-Traxx – Mystery Land (Spektre Remix)^

Ever stopped to think about how interstate highways and other roadways affect the migration and movement of wildlife? Or is that kind of thinking only important when some critter jumps out in front of your automobile and threatens your insurance rates. Welp, there’s a lot more caging going on than just only zoos and pet shops.

Q: Do you know what it is to “cage” a gyro?

A: ¿╝0╚|╗0╔?

Maybe you should look that up. It’s kinda on the subject(s) of what we’ve talked about here. Wind turbines and solar farms just kinda highlight a lot of the killing that goes on daily that no one sees or cares about. But yeah, caged gyros and/or gyro caging…check it out if you want.

Or not.
^Pan-Pot – Weltlinie^

I wonder how our planet was able to accommodate the accumulation of all these oil deposits in the first place. I mean, were there at one time, layers of hollow that filled up after all the dinosaurs croaked? Just thinking, that if oil indeed comes from decaying organic matter, dinosaurs are the source primary source of this organic matter, yet dinosaurs were killed by some catastrophic meteor/asteroid or comet? Welp, that prolly doesn’t bode well for there being a bunch of hollows filled by rotting dinosaur flesh. Seems like if there was some acute global trauma, and the planet had hollows, there would have been lots of collapsing and collapses. So how’d this shit get to where it is? Especially all that shit under the ocean(s).

Something don't add up.

Prolly because I never went to school/am uneducated. That said, maybe there was a bunch of hollows that collapsed, loads of shit went in when things collapsed, then it was all covered up over time. I mean hell, The Bible talks about shit getting swallowed up in short order, and not just and only the Bible. All kinds of other stories the recount things getting swallowed up.

^Cajmere – Percolator (Will Clarke Remix) [Relief]^

I just looked down at the page counter and noticed that I’m on page 8/8, so I’m gonna STFU now. I don’t want Roob to have a panic attack upon opening this piece of shit. I hope and trust that your weekend was a grand one, and that your coming week be full of happiness and smooth sailing for you and yours.

Namastate
^SCB – Extinct (ANNA Remix)^
cYa | cFa
^Cirez D – Dare You (Original Mix) [Mouseville]^

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*Oh yeah, Clicky… /stubs butt… he’s definitely got imagination. An’ then some…*

We hope you enjoyed you enjoyed the missive, Dear Reader. We’re off now to ‘Demons in the Pun-jab’. Have a Song 😉

6 thoughts on “Missive From ‘Merica: ‘K, Ask Cade…

  1. Cripes, I do actually try to read this blog sometimes. It’s always so dense with information I go squint trying to interpret it. Today I picked up a very important fact. “your ass is covering the distance of almost 328 football fields every second of every day.”. So I’m going to stoo trying to exercise. I think I do enough!

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    1. Elizabeth, this is just a guess, but I’d imagine you are not alone with respect to any erratic or less-standard eye behavior when reading my nonsense. I know for certain that I myself spend a lot of time crossing my own eyes while writing because I can only imagine how ridiculous some of the stuff that I come up with likely sounds to anyone that reads it. But sometimes, that’s kinda the point. I do my best to try and add a little spin of absurdity/ridiculousness when and where I can, and my intent is to hopefully make any of the scary or difficult bits maybe a little less scary/difficult. Luckily, I have the added benefit of being quite dense, so most of the stupid stuff comes naturally. 😉

      Sorry your exercise program isn’t working out. I hope whatever you decide to do works out for you.
      (pun(s) intended) 😛

      ^Lunachicks – MMM Donuts^

      P.S. – I don’t know if you got this far in reading this post, but your comment about “doing enough” sorta highlights why I left the bit about Emmitt Smith dangling. I was going to go into a more detailed quasi-analysis about how much work is required for an individual to overcome gravitational and other forces in certain circumstances on our planet. However, that would have meant that I would have also had to address just how much work it likely takes for an individual to remain at rest. Hence, my hope was and is, that maybe people will ponder those concepts on their own since everyone’s individual situation is typically unique.

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      1. How long did it take for you actually put this post together? It seems to me its something that needs slow digestion…but I enjoy slow digestion…so thank you for all the thought you put in – and sharing!

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        1. Probably three or four hours. I started this particular one on Friday morning I think, but only wrote part of the first section at that time.

          While writing the first few bits about ANTFA, I came up up with the notion of trying to calculate how many miles oil has traveled through the Universe to arrive where it is now, and that idea kinda messed with my head a bit so I stopped writing, and chewed on the idea until Sunday evening when I sat down and started writing again, then wrote the rest.

          Mainly, the idea “messed with my head” because when I am writing for Roob’s blog, I know that she has to read my nonsense blind because she never has the slightest inkling as to what I am going to write about (and neither do I until I actually write it). She then has to edit and format it. As a result of these factors, I try and be mindful of her and her needs. What I send her is a mass of ugly plain text in a document via email, and the document/text pretty much has no formatting whatsoever,

          I knew from the start that this particular post was going to potentially have some crazy types of calculations with some huge numbers, but I wanted to avoid formulas and anything more algebraic for A) ease of editing/formatting for Roob, and B) hopefully ease of reading when she’s done her thing. So, I stopped writing and thought about the oil concept for a coupla days before proceeding.

          But yeah, most of my blog post writing takes between 3-5 hours I’d say, and I almost always try to do them in one sitting. Some of the things I write about may be something that I’ve thought about only just during the course of writing about a particular something, and some things may be something I’ve chewed on/thought about for weeks, months or even years. Basically, I just have an urge to write, but have nothing in particular on my mind to write about. So, I sit down, start with the first thing that pops into my head, and just go from there. 🙂

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