This perfectly describes my social life.
Jeppson's Malort was recently bought by a Chicago-based distillery. Along with moving production back to Chicago they're also expanding the distribution market. I knew they were coming to Wisconsin sometime this year, but I didn't know when and haven't been looking for it. But today I was getting some bourbon and figured I'd check and holy shit Malort has come to Wisconsin.
And don't worry, I can confirm that the new guys make it just as delicious as ever. I've had my current bottle since march and didn't even notice it was different until I heard about the change and checked the label.
And of course I just keep thinking of better replies for when he asked about what I'd do when I run out of books. In hindsight this stuff is always so easy.
"I'm sure by then I'll be smart enough to think of something else to do."
"I don't know, what will I do when your shitty service dies on a Saturday night?"
"Maybe run to Family Video?"
Remember when I called Charter to move service? I don't think I related the bit where he tried to sell me TV. It went like this:
Me: I don't have a TV.
C: That's okay, it includes internet streaming too.
Me: I already said I don't do streaming.
C: ...Well how DO you get your entertainment?
Me: Books and games, mostly.
C: What are you going to do when you run out of books?
Me: I honestly can't imagine that happening. Can we move on?
Anyway last night the internet went out for at least two hours. Interestingly enough, my book (and pirated anime) still worked. Go figure.
i have complicated thoughts this morning about "the linux desktop" and computing in general. i feel like aiming to bring linux into parity with windows in games functionality is kind of missing either the point of computing, or somehow missing out on an opportunity to reclaim part of the computing experience that's been lost in recent decades
i'm still not 100% sure how to put this feeling into words, i'm gonna try but this ain't gonna be some pithy hot take thread lol. sec
tfw not as positive as a clam
shit, the old landlords just texted saying they rented the apartment for next month and asked if I'm done, but I didn't schedule the stupid carpet cleaning yet. I probably have a week to get that done and I should probably schedule it before answering. this is what happens when you put things off.
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