I'm usually not like this, but I didn't send in my taxes until today (ATTN: FOREIGN INFIDELS today is USian tax day). I owe money to the state, but the nation is paying me back far more.
Viktory II has an online interface now, apparently. Interesting.
The Excel file is up to 1.5GB.
I had a dream where I ate at a restaurant and paid with a $2 bill, an old-fashioned $10 bill, and a very old-fashioned $1 bill.
Speaking on money, Zachary Taylor on the $1 coin? I like the idea of $1 coins. Only government operated vending machine things, like transit systems and such, give them to me, though. I haven't gotten any of the other presidential dollar coins. I have a pile of Zachary Taylors.
So I bought a staple gun, staples, and tennis balls (to round out the $25 for free shipping) in order to fiddle around with my ethernet cable and, uh, play tennis. Well, no, actually to massage myself. There are some spots a foam roller doesn't hit well enough and I think that's the key to shoulder health.
Speaking of shoulder health, Simple 6 looks like it may be just what I need. The Agile 8 is also going to be good, too, but I don't have as many problems with the hips and legs besides tight hamstrings. I might alternate doing these every other day. I try to stretch out my pectoral muscles regularly throughout the day, too.
My homework has a bunch of boring and tedious calculations in it. I don't like boring and tedious calculations, but I suppose I should do them.
I wonder how strong one has to be to enter a strongman competition. Much stronger than I am now, of course, and probably stronger than I'll ever be. Unlike powerlifting and weightlifting, which are infinitely scalable provided you can perform the lifts and therefore welcome just about anybody, strongman has certain rigid strength requirements. If you can't get 250# over your head, you can't finish an event that requires you to get 250# over your head, so you shouldn't enter the competition that has such an event. I suppose the easy answer to this question is to look at events in local competitions or to ask the competitive strongmen at my gym or on the Internets. It would be a sport I'd be interested in, I suppose, if I were strong enough, since it selects for people who are tall, strong, suck at/dislike benching, and like overhead lifts. I am tall, suck at benching, and like overhead lifts. Not strong, though. Apparently there are "novice" divisions in some contests, but that might still be too heavy right now.
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