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Kay Solo
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Author, editor, photographer, gamer, and chocolate enthusiast.
Author, editor, photographer, gamer, and chocolate enthusiast.

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My old keyboard finally started to die, and I was just going to get another Das Keyboard, but then I saw this thing.
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Yeesh. One of my nightmares just came true. I was driving to an appointment this morning and discovered that a spider had made its web in my car overnight, and I know this because while I was on the road it suddenly dropped right on me. I just need to find out if insurance will cover setting my car on fire in self defense.

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I've never tried this before, but I guess we'll see how this goes. I keep hearing about the wonders of lavender, and even a little improvement would be welcome so I can actually sleep.
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I know summer is great and all, but I'm ready for the turning leaves and orange and black decorations and cooler weather and spooky scary stuff. I also think Halloween should just be two months long considering Christmas isn't even content with all of December, and Halloween is my favorite holiday anyway. I might also finally try to go to the Dark Harbor this year for my birthday, because who doesn't love a haunted ship?! Also, candy corn.

This is the most wonderful time of the year. (But I will admit Christmas comes in a close second.)
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My spider roommate, Madam Octa, appears to have a roommate of her own, and this one keeps to the floor and noms all the little ants that would normally get all over my feet. We're all friends now.

Fully aware this is a weird post to be making as a severely arachnophobic person.

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The last one was a good example of a don't dead open inside. This is just a disaster. I don't see any possible positive interpretation of this.
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This is a really interesting Ted Talk. The short version is that we've become entranced with the concept of low overhead to the point where that works to the detriment of many charities -- and that charities who try to invest and expand their efforts are quickly vilified for not spending a high enough percentage of their money on the "cause." Obviously this doesn't excuse actual shady behavior, but it does examine why people put so much emphasis on what they do, and whether that's helping or hurting the work of charities.

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This hurts me.
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I finally finished watching Friends for the first time in my life. As is tradition, I'm late to the party, but it was such a good show! So many feelings. Thank you, Netflix. Now I'm going to continue my contemporary media streak and dive into Frasier.

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