@leah Yeah, that was pretty cool.

re: incitement, death, IRL, long 

@bill thank you for writing this.

@bill *facepalm, I just clicked unfollow by accident. apologies, Bill! it's been forever and I'm stumbling to find my way around here again.

Snow yesterday, icy roads today. Sons’ classes cancelled, spouse and daughter working from home... I’m making more weathergrams...

The lamp once out, Cool stars enter, The window. -Natsume Soseki

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@aurora hehe😄👌
You are so lucky to have a nice machine. I’ve always wanted one for blankets and last-minuted gift knitting too.
And wow, so cool not to have to keep track of patterning—- person in the video makes it look so easy 😂

@aurora If anyone can make a machine work properly, I think it would be you ;) Silver Reed?

It’s quiet here right now, come sit for a while.

Union Station, Seattle
Yashica Mat TLR
Kodak Ektar 100

Deco details - Seattle Tower, formerly known as the Northern Life Tower.
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intense hue 

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Patti, grande jeté.

Red Hall, Seattle Public Library
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As I live far away from many of the people who contribute to this instance and I’ve very much enjoyed seeing photos of personal geographies (by aurora and frank, in particular) I’d like to start sharing a few scenes from the city I call home. Here goes... :-)

King Street Station, Seattle
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this crumbling network, blah blah 

I don't know enough about the history of the mastodon dev process to comment on the bulk of that article's content, but calling mastodon "apolitical" is both careless as an observation of what happens on here *and* a deep misunderstanding of what it means to be "political"

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