This shop made me think of you today Simon -idlephilomath
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Him: I want to buy a house together.
Me: oh? Can we skip thy and buy an estate?
Me: with a house for Rebecca, a house for ————-, and a basement for Lisa?
Him: A basement? What about a tent?
Me: no. Because then she’d be above ground. There’s a line to my generosity and that line is the ground.
I don’t get those, so my advice is one part what I recall, one part witchdoctory, and one part nonsense.
I recommend a hot water bottle or heating pad, a bath, a painkiller, and something that aids in that sort of muscle contraction—like turmeric.
Eat a curry.
Congratulations!!! I’m very proud of you too!
Him: 400 Ebola cases in Africa with 50% lethality
Me: you mean we haven’t eradicated that from the face of earth?
Him: No…it’s going great.
Him: well…for Ebola obviously…not for humanity.
Him: From the disease’s perspective, it’s great.
Me:…*can not stop laughing*
You can easily make cakes and such with less sugar. I tend to make classics but use diverse seasonings, for example I make a key lime pie, but with kefir lime infusion and Sweet Thai basil and mint infused meringue.
I’m “extra” that way.
Fruit and cheese is a classic. A custom cheese cake or custard could be good. There was a dessert made in the 20’s…I can’t remember the name…you take a ball of pure butter curd, set it on a plate, douse it in high proof rum or brandy, then light the bloody thing on fire.
Ah…here’s one! Cut up a plantain, add some golden raisins to it, add some cinnamon and a dash of brown sugar, toss it in Bacardi 151. Light on fire until it goes out, tossing constantly. Pour over vanilla ice cream. Not too sweet and a delightful show.
Think about that a little more.
As I’ve said, you can see the things I can see, but to you they’re in the previously named colors, and I have no way to compare our two visions to make sure I’m not making up a name for something you can see, but see as blue or red. Think about it. Is your red the same as my red?
I cannot compare. All I can think of would be to look at something meant for eyes of a diffeeent spectrum and say “can I see i”
I can see in the dark, for example. You can, with special cameras that turn everything green. That doesn’t happen to me. I see it all just fine.
Yes. Brain injury is known to have very profound effects. So is hemispheric separation.
And how would I describe them? Anything within the hues you see I can see, but entirely different colors? I can’t describe them. There aren’t words for it. Nor can I be sure you can’t see them, since I can’t use your eyes, for anything but a snack… you can see the things I see as being (insert random extra color name here) but it looks to you like it’s a color for which you already have names, because that’s how your brain perceived the spectrum.
There’s no way for me to have a conversation about it.