Tales from the Brain Pan

The Scattered Thoughts of an Infected Survivor

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This probably isn’t post worthy, but this lemon slice has been floating in the middle of my glass for a bit and it’s kind of mesmerizing.

This probably isn’t post worthy, but this lemon slice has been floating in the middle of my glass for a bit and it’s kind of mesmerizing.

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browncoatinatardis:

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sextus—empiricus:

sunshien:

ahahhahaha what the fuck is wrong here is the siren damaged or something.  I’ve heard this exact siren before but never all creepy like this

skeletorren you’ll dig this

now let me tell you about a game called siren. When the siren sounds, you’re fucked.

Nooooooooooo

I live in Chicago, and I can honestly say this is accurate. It’s a combination of being near multiple sirens, and the sound waves bouncing off the buildings and alley ways. The grid work Chicago is built on can play a lot of tricks with sound and wind. You can often hear police sirens several blocks away and never know which direction they’re coming from. You can also be walking in a pleasant breeze, then step into a cross walk and almost get blown over.

(Source: simulatedcity, via capaow)

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Cleaning the room again.

I always have to do it in quadrants. I did the bookshelf, headboard, and side table yesterday. Just spent the whole morning on the closet. Next is the dresser. Then the bedding and floor.

I’ve already got a solid stack of items going to goodwill though. Which is always nice.

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gobytheshadow:

IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME!

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Dash Con says they have official dates for the Indianapolis Convention Center. But that hall has literally 1.3 million square feet of space. Even if they only take up a small portion of the building, they’re still in over their heads.

These people couldn’t even handle/afford the 146,000 square feet of the Schaumburg convention center. And they still want to limit daily badges to 500.

I’m almost tempted to call the convention center and ask if they’ve actually entered into an agreement with these folks. The Indianapolis Convention Center is not small potatoes. There’s an entire district built around it, and several hotels directly connected to the building.

I just can’t see this as anything close to being true.