I started reading Esther Gokhale's book 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back. Basically, it advocates better posture when sitting, standing, lying, and walking as a cure to most back ailments and that traditional societies (including Western society until the 20th century) do not have the same problems as contemporary society because they teach and retain proper posture even when sitting, bending over, etc.
I took the wrong train home last night. I wasn't paying attention. I went a few extra stops, got off in bad neighborhood to turn around, and then headed back downtown to catch the right train. Annoying. Also annoying is that I ended up directly south of where I live, and would have considered taking a bus north instead of heading all the way downtown, but there aren't any busses that go north. At all. Well, I exaggerate slightly, but, yes, it doesn't make sense.
Watched two episodes of Star Trek last night with Teh Wife because she had a cold. We watched the one with the Gorn and "The Dagger of the Mind". Awesome. Next will be The Menagerie, which is pretty good.
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