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the dream lives on, bill.
on the market for 2 million
had some leaking issues w/my radiatiors when i tried to modulate the heat by half closing the valve. i guess barring some other systemic solution that would mitigate the leaking its either all the way open for sauna-level temps or completely off. i was fine with one radiator in the front off, but the other half of my apartment remained uncomfortably hot so i decided to see what it would be like with that shut off as well. i am not without heat altogether. there are at least four three inch pipes running floor to ceiling emanating heat plus whatever is rising from downstairs. havent been cold at all even with it being 4 degrees outside at the moment. those upgraded doublepane windows from like six years ago make all the difference. thanks whatshername for threatening to sue the landlord. i forgot her name. wait, it was britt. thanks britt!
last days of st marks books
Ages ago I bought an emeco navy chair anodized in dark grey. I got just the one to see how I liked it before ordering more. Fifteen years later, I want more. The google can't find any suppliers of the 1006 in colors. Any ideas from resident mid-century fans? I'm aware of the 111, which is plastic, and comes in colors, but I've never seen one in person.
Early spring, anyone?
A 5MB hard drive being loaded onto a PanAm plane, 1956 pic.twitter.com/ZIDSL0Zsmj— ClassicPics (@History_Pics) January 29, 2016
long weekend. kids and i developed an obsession to neko atsume. meow!
oldest known house in Manhattan, 29-29 1/2 Cherry St.
we've got a real stink bug infestation at our house. the cats won't even catch them.
Merry Christmas 2015.
sent back my broken 7yo speakers to audioengine. they promised to fix or replace for $80. luckily they were unfixable so i got an upgrade from the previous model.
Nothing says Christmas like Fum! Fum! Fum!
Maybe Shulgin was right, new quantum model suggests universe is infinitely old.
asking $12 million for 4 storied 125 rivington.
"Lidar-derived digital elevation model of the Willamette River... showing the dynamic movements the river has made in recent millennia."
High resolution PDF available here.