All 15,000 to 18,000 people of it.
A tree is a database, and databases that have had bad info input and then erased (learning curve) have problems. So — I started over. OMG. I got 10 generations on with practically everybody—and discovered the program hadn’t been recording it.
Blooie. I had dumped it, think it [...]
a skating buddy called up, said, “I”m hungry, let’s do lunch!” Ta-da. We revisited an old fave restaurant and survived it. They’ve changed their recipes back to avoid garlic powder in everything….they’re using garlic, real, in recipes.
1) You know I turned Protector in yesterday.
2) We have audiobook contracts for Cyteen, Downbelow Station, Foreigner, and Chanur with audible.com. If you buy from these links, I get a dollar. I’ll put them in the first comment box, because the program strips code from the initial post, and I haven’t gotten in to [...]
…and yes, Protector has flown to NYC….
In the real old days, you took your carbon copy and put it in a safe place, found a stout box for your 20 lb bond typescript, [heavier with the weight of 3 bottles of dried correction fluid] and went to the post office, applying a green Notify [...]
Mariners’ game. It wasn’t the Mariners’ best weekend. The next day they were the losing team of a Chisox ‘perfect game.’ Bummer!
We ate far, far too much junk food.
And while we were gone, local temperatures had soared to 81, and we’d cut the pond pump and UV off for fear of having the [...]
…Lynn Abbey’s ‘Time’ books are up—new stuff, likely you’ve never seen before—Go see!
Babsidi—Ilisidi’s mecheita—male, or female?
Re color being in the eye of the beholder: definitely. That’s indeed the point…that I think the road to our color-perception began in the sea, at depth, very, very early. That it was somewhat accidental—caused by thin-skinned creatures who have hemoglobin, the red pigment in blood…and who, circulating it through that skin, became red. Blushing. [...]