My Response to Lisa was Too Long, So Publishing as Honey!
So I started writing my response, but exceeded the 2000 character limit. Oh, well. Time to write my second honey production of the day, starring your's truly, Samung, a.k.a., Salma?
(Response to Lisa Gallagher's latest: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@lisa-gallagher/some-random-quirky-things-about-me-how-about-you)
OKAY! How about we begin in reverse order?
The @ symbol. I always thought this to be a snail shell. Is that what it is? I am a troglodyte.
You drove to Colorado from Toledo, Ohio. Roundtrip, all 18h 37min (according to Google)??? Impressive. I was able to do 6 hrs on a minivan, going from Poughkeepsie, NY to Baltimore, MD. Car broke down after 3 hrs on the way back (eventually it was totaled on a car accident... guy hit me, but I left it as nolo because I had nothing to claim, no full coverage either). 'Twas a '97 Nissan Quest GXE. R.I.P.
Was the Sleepy-Z picture Photoshopped? I remember doing Oregami cranes and giving it as gifts to ladies I like, taking art to such extremity as to write a Shakespearean Sonnet wrapped in a paper crane once. I almost died of embarassement. She didn't like it. (Did this at work. Professionals are taught something called diplomacy but I have none. It's something called breaking silos, work-life integration, etc. Things millenials seem to do, ALOT.)
Last time I tried singing, it was "As You Wish Upon a Star". I was mocked at by some. A buddy told me I should try a lower pitch. Ooops. Not mezzo-suprano. Not tenore either. Maybe alto if I get some voice training. I could be baritone, but still need voice training...
You should see some of my pictures. I've taken some pictures of clouds, trying to connect what came out on my phone to Greek, Egyptian and African gods and goddesses. Metaphysics is so much fun :-) Phone is dead but I still keep the SD card. Who's Carter Page?
So, mIRC32. 32 bit microprocessor? Yes??? (I don't know if they had that back in the early 90s, BUT....)
I have never heard of Windows 3.1 but I just recently learned about Lindows (talk about a computer scientist who should be up-to-date with the latest and greatest... Lindows is old. I know).
Never been to Penn State University but I've been to the Penn Station. That's in NYC, right? Oh, and I used to think I would be upside down when I get to the other side, after crossing the center of the earth too. My teacher gave me an explanation but I still didn't get it. Can't remember which grade I was in. I have really poor memory. I was in middle school I think. 6th grade? Sounds fair. It's usually around age 12-13 that children become very curious about stuff. Then I learned about gravity... What is gravity? Still a mystery to most physicists.
BTW, internet was still so expensive back when I was in 7th grade, that we resorted to dial-up for a very long time, then I upgraded to DSL, and finally High-Speed Internet, which is sort of standard in most homes now, I think.
Lisa, you may have noted that I've been absent for quite some time. This is because I am in search of less computer time. It's good to read books and try outdoor activities, but I never did as a kid. One VERY embarassing experience was when I was playing jump rope outside and fell. I did not know about the fall-on-your-back trick back then, so my chin hit the gravel for the second time in my life, and I was bleeding for a while.
Thanks for sharing, Lisa! See you tomorrow!-----------
Okay back to--- Square one? (I seem to have pushed the button without finishing this up. Big oops!) Oh, the picture, right! I like having Utopic thoughts ;P
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