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For learning how to fix your own bike, Ann Arbor's own co-op, Common Cycle, is a fantastic resource. Open Sundays 11-3 at 416 W Huron.

Spent the morning volunteering as a mechanic for the first time.

Observations: if you get there at 11 it's pretty quiet. After 12:30 and you might have to wait.

Cool group of people there!

On the way home from a friend's house today my daughter was saying how pedestrians cause most accidents by not paying attention/ looking at their device.

And let me tell you, I shut that victim blaming shit down real quick.

still planning on the Worst Day of the Year ride today around noon. @samfirke might join, any other crazies interested?

Signed up for this weekend's "worst day of the year" ride. we shall see how bad it is!

I half regret making my phone's notification sound a randomized Honk sound from Goose Game is funded by your contributions. The site costs around $20/month to run, and at this point in time, the site has consumed all the money people have donated.

Please consider contributing to keep alive!

anyone biking to work today, go slow and good luck!

low end price for a full wall of modular bookshelves + integrated desk is like $1500. High end easily over $15,000.

researching modular shelving systems for bookshelves. There is huuuuuge variation in price.

@csalzman - could you estimate how much it would cost for, say, a hardwood shelf that's about 10 x 24"? The shelves I see online are mostly steel or aluminum and run $70-100 a pop. Walnut stained wood would fit our decor better.

If you don't know the history of Milt Kemnitz, this article is worth a read. He led quite a life.

Transforming leftover pot roast into Shepherd's pie.

Trying to up my leftover game. We'll see!

Also they have taken to calling our sauce pans "puke buckets" so Merry Christmas everyone

The kids are in the "still coughing and sniffling but enough energy back to be stir crazy" stage of influenza.

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