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Monthly Archive October, 2020

Situation Rapidly Worsens, Records Fall Every Day, Measures Remain Few and Weak

After last Thursday’s triple record that was just shy of the thresholds for cases and deaths, since there were 4902 confirmed cases and 98 deaths, plus 778 in intensive care, the following day the number of confirmed cases in a day first passed 5000, reaching 5028. Then, after the lower numbers caused by the fewer […]

Quick Review: Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization

Read it just to pick something from the Library’s poor environmental section, but the timing’s somewhat interesting, since the Plan’s target was 2020 and you can see how the situation worsened because very little was done. Many problems are correctly identified and in some ways we’re even worse off than anticipated. I particularly liked the […]

Little Money, More Carrying, Replaced Router, Reading and Playing

Last Friday I got up at 2 PM, when the alarm rang. I had been sleeping poorly for a few hours at that point, but I’d say that the alarm ringing just then was rather fortunate, since I had just woken up after a bad dream about Andra and I’d have ended up in a […]

Review: Grim Fandango: Remastered

I must say that this review is put together in a hurry and focusing mainly on the remaster and less on the game itself. I haven’t played the original game, however, and also didn’t care to try to play this version with the original controls or graphics, so I can’t make a direct comparison, but […]

Just a Regular Update at 36

I guess I’m 36 now. Wonder how long it’ll take me to remember it, but maybe not too long, seeing as I was thinking to myself that the answer would have changed if they’d have called a day later when someone doing a survey woke me up yesterday, one of the first questions being my […]