Perú sabbatical, earthquake Show more
Will this earthquake certainly isn't going to reassure my family as we prepare for my sabbatical in Perú. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/05/magnitude-8-earthquake-hits-amazon-jungle-peru-190526101100170.html
@vickysteeves I've already seen too many spoilers. I've just hoping that by the time I finally get around to watching, I'll have forgotten...
My university is searching for a Director of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Spread the word!
Dad Life, potty talk Show more
@jhlee LoL, I'll probably regret this but here goes:
I feel the poop a comin'
It's rollin' 'round the bend,
And I ain't had a bowel movement
Since, I don't know when
I'm stuck here on this toilet
And time keeps draggin' on
But my stomach keeps a-rollin'
So I just sit on down
When I was just a baby
My Mama told me, "Son
Always be a good boy
Don't ever risk the runs, "
But I did it down in Reno
I just flushed it down
When I feel that stomach rumblin'
I hang my head and frown
Dad Life Show more
I just wrote a song about trying to get my son to poop on the potty to the tune of Folsom Prison Blues.
I was thinking about the language from the community standards about obfuscation of the link target which occurs with a DOI. Most DOIs are reputable though I don't know about user tracking. However, I could start a random blog and use The Winnower or another service to point DOIs to it.
@socrates maybe you've addressed this before so sorry if I've missed it, do DOI links go against the no shortened links clause of the community standards?
The Engineering Archive now has had more preprint submissions in 2019 than were submitted in all of 2017! Not #AprilFools!
The river in my town is running pretty high. Bad news bears for those downstream.
Maybe hide the salary in the job description. Like the first letter of each line spells the amount.
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