Let's go fly a kite...

posted by collin on 09.03.22 at 16:33, null, null, boston, sport, 1 comment Permalink

Comment from: Domain name [Visitor] · http://www.register-domainname.in
Wow... Wonderful work man. How you got this idea ? Really it's amazing...
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posted by collin on 08.07.12 at 08:03, null, nonsense, music, visual, random, Leave a comment Permalink

White's move and mate in two.

posted by collin on 07.12.02 at 10:45, null, math, nonsense, math, random, Leave a comment Permalink

No hidden pieces. Black pawn direction doesn't matter.

Ba dum ching.

posted by collin on 07.12.02 at 10:41, null, math, nonsense, math, random, 1 comment Permalink

A friend of mine found an interesting anagram of "BANACH TARSKI".

Comment from: Devin [Visitor] · http://www.hwaethwugu.com/blog
Fucking mathematicians. They come up with formal systems and then complain when they don't make sense.

Also, that the notion of area wasn't formalized until 1901 (and wasn't proved consistent until 1979) really pisses me off.
Permalink 12/02/07 @ 10:52

I have 60 drawers.

posted by collin on 07.11.20 at 13:39, null, nonsense, visual, random, boston, Leave a comment Permalink
And a unicycle.

Anwar fixed my self-referential camera.

posted by collin on 07.11.20 at 13:38, null, nonsense, random, technology, tech, Leave a comment Permalink

And history goes round and round...

posted by collin on 07.11.09 at 10:46, null, nonsense, random, Leave a comment Permalink

I. Everything is at its Acme-

especially the art of making one's way in the world. There is more required nowadays to make a single wise man than formerly to make Seven Sages, and more is needed nowadays to deal with a single person than was required with a whole people in former times.

-Balthasar Gracian, The Art of Worldly Wisdom 1637

"It's an old man's drink, it's boring, it tastes like shit"

posted by collin on 07.10.12 at 08:34, null, rant, rant, 1 comment Permalink

And most people are stupid. I'm not sure I like this guy. Blending Caol Ila?

Comment from: ben [Member] · http://ben.nonplatonic.com
I bought a bottle of Scapa the other day. The label's different now.
Permalink 10/12/07 @ 10:59

I want one...

posted by collin on 07.10.10 at 14:37, null, coffee, tech, 2 comments Permalink

Bellman espresso machine...

Comment from: graham [Member] · http://nonplatonic.com/graham.php
Holy crap, that is awesome. Fantes is awesome. My life is complete.
Permalink 10/10/07 @ 16:33
Comment from: collin [Member] · http://nonplatonic.com/collin.php
Amazon has it cheaper. But Fantes is cooler.
Permalink 10/10/07 @ 17:04

Fall down.

posted by collin on 07.10.09 at 20:24, null, nonsense, random, Leave a comment Permalink

Lasted about a week. Back up with brackets into the ceiling.

They cut down the trees in front of my childhood home.

posted by collin on 07.10.08 at 20:53, null, nonsense, random, Leave a comment Permalink

Birthplace of the Schwinn of Rustiness

posted by collin on 07.10.08 at 20:49, null, nonsense, random, Leave a comment Permalink

Ah shadenfreude...

posted by collin on 07.10.01 at 20:22, null, rant, rant, bike, 2 comments Permalink

After several years of hibernating in my parent's garage, I dug my bike out and brought it to the local repair shop for a much needed tune-up. They quickly informed me that my 14 year-old U-lock was not going cut it on the mean streets of New York and then demonstrated by easily opening it with a regular Bic pen.

So I needed a new lock. The recommended approach is to use at least two, one to secure both wheels to the frame and another to secure the frame to a post—which doesn't even cover the seat.

What about your fork? ZOMG!

The true test is always on the street. After a night of being locked to parking sign on a dark street off Houston, I found the bike with both wheels and the seat exactly where I left if it. The handle bars, however, were gone.


Comment from: Devin [Visitor] · http://www.hwaethwugu.com/blog
I love the dangling participle because it's entirely plausible.
Permalink 10/01/07 @ 21:40
Comment from: ben [Member] · http://ben.nonplatonic.com
I didn't do it.
Permalink 10/02/07 @ 07:04

Incedibly precarious bicycles...

posted by collin on 07.09.29 at 15:48, null, nonsense, random, bike, 3 comments Permalink
Comment from: ben [Member] · http://ben.nonplatonic.com
Is the Amp all done? It looks kind of fun...
Permalink 09/29/07 @ 17:23
Comment from: collin [Member] · http://nonplatonic.com/collin.php
It's rideable. Should probably get a bushing kit for the fork though.
Permalink 09/30/07 @ 14:20
Comment from: ben [Member] · http://ben.nonplatonic.com
where's the picture after the fall? I want disaster.
Permalink 10/09/07 @ 19:31

Danger bear, danger bear...

posted by collin on 07.09.27 at 17:29, null, nonsense, news, news, random, Leave a comment Permalink

We were more indie.

posted by collin on 07.09.26 at 18:28, null, rant, rant, bike, 1 comment Permalink

You suck like the love child of a pornstar and a hoover CoolHunting. Stop pimping this corporate shit...

Comment from: graham [Member] · http://nonplatonic.com/graham.php
The one in the top left reminds me of something. I can't quite place it though...
Permalink 09/27/07 @ 08:56

Such a pain in my ass...

posted by collin on 07.09.21 at 15:31, null, null, bike, Leave a comment Permalink

Still slop in the frame/fork...

Lawyers make the world more boring.

posted by collin on 07.09.17 at 12:24, null, nonsense, random, sport, ski, 3 comments Permalink

video on this page.

Comment from: ben [Member] · http://ben.nonplatonic.com
I tried to click on the video.
Permalink 09/17/07 @ 13:21
Comment from: collin [Member] · http://nonplatonic.com/collin.php
That's because the video is a saveable but not linkable streaming wmv. And it's mostly how to assemble/use it.
Permalink 09/17/07 @ 13:33

This old guy is core.

posted by collin on 07.07.15 at 07:45, null, technology, bike, 1 comment Permalink

'51 Raleigh with a 62-42-22 triple, homemade derailleurs, suicide shift on the front.

Comment from: graham [Member] · http://nonplatonic.com/graham.php
God bless America. That crankset is ridiculous.
Permalink 07/16/07 @ 08:49

And that's why his work is better than that god damn fucking bullshit yarn.

posted by collin on 07.06.05 at 14:12, null, art, visual, art, Leave a comment Permalink

In Mr. Serra’s case you can also call it democratic art because it sticks to pure form that requires no previous
expertise to grasp. There’s no coy narrative, no insider joke or historical allusion or meta-art theme. There’s none
of what Mr. Serra disdainfully calls, in the show’s catalog, “post-Pop Surrealism,” by which he lumps together all
contemporary art that leans for a crutch on language and Duchamp.