I first read about Soylent a month into my treck on the Appalachian Trail. I was hiking fourteen hours a day, eating 4000-6000 calories a day, minimizing travel weight, and trying hard not break the bank. If there was ever a time to appreciate pure nutrtional utility optimized for cost then that was it.
Soylent is food simplified. After
I didn't encounter Git until the end of high school and it wasn't until a few years later that I actually understood how to use it properly. One of the biggest things I missed was the power of
.gitignore. This lead to many wayward
gen/ commits and unnecessarily large repositories.
Fast forward to the present predicament: bulk cleaning
First piece of writing I've ever published.
Make the most of this last weekend
A toast to what was, and as we keep telling ourselves,
To what will be, but we both know these fluted glasses are plastic
And the champagne burns like cheap spirit as I force it down,
no longer the same bargain it was in high school