I studied 5 hours and 25 minutes in the week from the 25th of August to the 31st of August.
I think I’m…beginning to hit a wall, with Super Hexagon. I’m up to 18 seconds, but every day I have to push one second more…
I think I chose wisely in this.
Anki has been going excellently, although I’ve cut the number of new cards each day from 20 to 2-fifteen minutes of practice every day were starting to get unmanageable.
I…think I’m going to try and get into Mensa, all of my academic requirements notwithstanding.
As I’m writing this, the 1st of September, I’m…oddly optimistic, although I still have to set goals for this month.
And the apartment is a pigsty; I think I’m going to add “clean something” to my list of daily chores.
are u fucking kidding me
octopi are just as ridiculous as cats ok
" MY BOWL"
I have found the most stupid brilliant things to do in D&D, thanks to “Harry Potter and the natural 20”:
Fact one: tower shields can grant you cover, the same way that hiding behind a wall could. Fact two: if you have cover, so does all of your gear, including the tower shield granting you cover. Fact three: total cover blocks line-of-sight and line-of-effect.All of this together meant that you can hide behind a tower shield and you—and the shield you’re hiding behind—can become both invisible and untargetable by attacks and many forms of magic.
Dioptase with Bayldonite
Very sharp Dioptase crystals, small but with very well defined faces and edges, translucent, very bright, on Calcite and partially coated by micro-crystalline spheroidal Bayldonite aggregates with a clearer Green color