After the streaming revolution, I have reverted to purchasing physical media for my consumption purposes. It is a good thing.
It is distressing to realise that you are getting old.
Kids today have so much better access to learning to play guitar. The cornucopia of instruments, gear, and access to free resources is unparalleled. Now get off my lawn!
A trusty kitchen appliance bites the dust, and the search for a replacement highlights the enshittification of Amazon
I have long avoided joining the wearables of tech, worried about the loss of privacy and control of so much of my data. I knew it would be convenient, but I have been wowed by what it can do for me
You can't pick the time or era to be born, and alas, sometimes fate intervenes and it can be a detriment. C'est la Vie
A gift with the promise of being the best chocolate in the world sounds wonderful. Alas, it is too good to be true.
The monthly kitch subscriptions are exploding, but damn, who needs that stuff?
Bigotry is everywhere, my family is no different. Alas, it is tiring to swat this shit away.
A repost: Fond memories spark an impulse purchase, no regrets.