bags filled with water Show more
So there's water leaking from the ceiling in my department and this was the fix implemented by building services
a tree fell on campus Show more
Thankfully noone seems to be hurt. That was very loud though
made pickled onions yesterday Show more
Look at how pretty they are
Graph in terminal Show more
Plotting with UnicodeGraphs.jl actually looks pretty nice and it's really fast
usb stick Show more
So much data
arm with temporary tatoo Show more
My friend james made temporary tatoos of a waveform of someone saying linguistics
cat pictures Show more
My fiance made a cool little house out of spare cardboard boxes
jessee hall university of missouri Show more
Looks as good as ever!
joke: what's the most expensive type of pizza Show more
Marijuana uspol Show more
The Northern Mariana Islands’ legislature is the first in the US to legalize marijuana sales.
cat pic Show more
Phoebe got a new Halloween-themed cat house :)
Went for a walk around Leonard springs with Lindsay. Apparently, this is where b-town used to get our water from.
This is a picture taken from the top of the old dam looking at what was once the bottom of the resivoir.
PhD Student of Computational Linguistics at Indiana University
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