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General / RIP Ryan (accidentprone)
« Last post by momitsnowme on May 11, 2020, 12:06:33 PM »
I found out recently that Ryan (accidentprone) passed away a couple years ago. I can't believe I hadn't talked to him in that long, and it still kind of feels like he will see this and respond to it.

Ryan was a good guy who was constantly trying to be an even better person. I'll miss his enthusiasm here, his honesty, and his openness to magic in the world.
General / happy Jawbreaker day
« Last post by jer on May 04, 2020, 04:30:20 PM »
Such a good read.
General / Re: What should I check out?
« Last post by Uncle on April 30, 2020, 09:36:26 AM »
And the new Kevin Krauter as well.
General / Re: What should I check out?
« Last post by Uncle on April 30, 2020, 09:33:51 AM »
Digging the new Trace Mountains album.
General / What should I check out?
« Last post by Uncle on April 30, 2020, 09:32:39 AM »
What are you getting into these days, music wise? Doesn't matter the genre or how old. Post your recommendations.
General / Re: Youtube playlists
« Last post by Uncle on April 30, 2020, 09:20:42 AM »
Loved your emo playlist. The Sorority Noise and Hotelier ones were particularly bangin! I even liked the vhs guy at the end.
General / web host change
« Last post by jer on April 22, 2020, 06:08:08 PM »
last week i changed webhosts and i didn't even lose years worth of data
General / Re: Covid-19 check in
« Last post by Eugene on April 05, 2020, 03:47:05 PM »
Out here in bloomington too!

Things are ok, I've been impressed a little, but also pretty disappointed how the essential services I know are dealing with the crisis. Higher ups not listening to suggestions from people that are actually in contact with people (rather than sitting in their office all day) and not making an effort to keep folks as safe as they could with a little effort. Especially some specific important situations I think. Im working at a houseless shelter at it's been rough in several ways outside of the usual, but besides a few things I think the shelter is doing well. Other than that staying home and working on stuff or playing super mario, reading, playing music, or skating/walking in isolation. Excited to be gardening soon, im still eating the collards that have been going since last year! And i was gone for three months during the winter.

Hope yall are well, thanks for sharing your situations < 3
General / Re: Covid-19 check in
« Last post by Joe on March 25, 2020, 06:35:03 AM »
Hey Rory.

I'm good enough, and privileged with the same job I've had for 20 years.  I'm in Bloomington just living with my cat.  The university made most of us start working from home on March 12th. And the students were asked to move home after spring break if possible.  And as of mid-night last night Indiana is under a Stay-at-home order.  The majority of town began to self-isolate as soon as the university mandated working from home.  Bloomington is pretty small, so while I would say I've seen people not taking it serious enough, it's a pretty vacant town right now and it's almost difficult to find a crowd.  We have 3 cases in our county, and 365 cases/12 deaths in the state as of yesterday.

I've been keeping busy with my job, yard work, and playing drums. Actually got a repetitive stress injury from playing drums hours a day more than usual. Trying to keep to a daily routine is helping me a bit, just so I don't get lost in time. It's supposed to be sunny and warm today, and I've been raking my yard and learning how to start composting.   

I will say, being a musician is really getting me through the isolation, and looking forward to when I can play with my band mates again.  I do miss the days when gardener/bicyclist/resourceful pixers were still a big part of town.  It was always nice to see such unity and positivity.

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