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- 2023-03-10 2023-03-09
- #push taixu
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social coop and agor.ai
install coop cloud
- install abra
- install coop cloud
- Feynman diagram -> A Rosetta Stone
#push Tres Maitreyas
- Gone gone
- Everybody gone to the other shore
- gone kindly
- if you have to go, go kindly
#push premium chanachur
- a gift.
- I like it a lot.
- "special jhal"
- Saturday, 03/11/2023 ** 21:42 A checklist for clothing purchases I keep buying clothing that I regret.
Will you feel comfortable doing anything in this garment? (Ideal: yes)
- Can you sprint in it?
- Can you do yoga in it?
- Could you fall off a cliff in it?
- Could you fall asleep in it?
Will you have to adjust this during the day to make it look good? (Ideal: no)
Will you have to adjust this to make it comfortable? (Ideal: no)
Could you wear this in any occasion? (Barring 'business professional') (Ideal: yes)
Is it measureably better than something you own now? (Upgrade pick) (Ideal: yes)
Could you wear this for a week straight with no issues?
Will this last more than two years without replacement?
Does it fit well?
Does it have visible branding?
Does it look differentiating? It's important to me that the clothing I wear shows I'm different - creative or otherwise interesting - and helps me stand out just a bit. My look should never be so radical that it's impractical, gaudy or flashy. I should be able to blend into a metropolitan street and look subtle in some way, but also relaxed and comfortable.
This is all to say - the clothes should be interesting and worth caring for, but the clothes that I choose to wear shouldn't be my differentiating factor; I don't have the body to win that battle, and even if I did I wouldn't want the spotlight to be on me. It's too hard to learn about and appreciate your world when the world starts to center you - so it never should.