This isn’t about a specific country’s definition of how a ‘supreme court’ system works; it’s merely a thought that has worked its way into my brain during several showers. By ‘supreme court’ I am referring…
Here are some before, during, and after photos of the renos (painting from top to bottom, and new laminate flooring) and the move-in from the last few weeks.
The last week has been one of the weirdest, best, worst, stupidest, annoying…ist of my entire life. I’ll openly admit that I’m one for hyperbole, but in this case, I really mean it. It’s been a ridiculous week.
My 2nd favourite poem. And my favourite poem about my home town.
The human eye is an incredible, almost impossible result of hundreds of millions of years of evolution. Even Darwin (sort of) questioned how such an incredibly complex mechanism could exist and mused that the idea of their evolution was ‘absurd in the highest possible degree’.
tl;dr: Rich. Unless you’re my parents. Or I’m in trouble.
OK that’s a terrible title and I’m sorry. I spent literally 9 seconds thinking of it. And also this post isn’t really about Gutenberg so it’s all a lie. (It is my first post entirely written in Gutenberg though.)
Recently, my interest was piqued with a twitter discussion started by the rather brilliant Sara Soueidan that was pivoted to WordPress – and WordCamps – by Morten Rand Hendriksen. Should WordCamp speakers be paid?