... makes the best (and best-looking) toast. And it pretty much lives up to this story. It's like a picture of toast from a book about toast:
(And I highly recommend this bonus use of surplus phad thai peppers from Little Uncle!)
Okay, maybe unfair but still awesome, from Alex Marchant. A dev friend observed that his company also "had a 'computer glitch' before (i.e. software that everyone knows isn't ready but is released anyways because there is no fallback option)."
The latest pilot reports report the top of the clouds are around 1200 ft, allowing some of the higher eastside hills to be uncovered.
The inversion is really extraordinary, with temperatures in the forties near sea level, while sixties are a few thousand feet above...even at night! During the day some low mountain locations jumped into the upper 70s to near 80F, while some Puget Sound folks were 30+ degrees cooler. Amazing.
We are in a dragon-shaped sea of clouds, surrounded by beautiful sunny weather on all sides:
Star Trek-style LENS FLARE is happening right now, just 45m away:
You might want to reconsider:
“Made by the British Army during the English Civil War (1641-1651). Initials ‘CR’ surrounding a crown. This is presumed to refer to ‘Carolus Rex’ – King Charles I. This tool would have been used to mark ‘ownership’ of Royalist army deserters. The metal spikes on the hand are blunt. Perhaps they are dulled through use or perhaps it is deliberate to inflict more pain. However, they were likely heated first to burn the imprint in. Branding was abolished in 1829 with the exception of army deserters. The mark was then tattooed on the body, not branded with irons. The practice was totally abandoned in 1879.”