The Seattle skyline at night.
The Seattle skyline at night.
Grabbed the Caribbean Roast sandwich from Paseo to eat while chilling at the UW campus. Paseo proclaims it’s “the best sandwich in the country”.
Tried Ethiopian food for the first time from Cafe Selam in Seattle. That bowl contains raw beef marinated in spices. The meat, beans, and lentils are quite spicy!
Visited the International District in Seattle! There are multiple Asian enclaves here. It’s right by King St. station.
The chopsticks saying on that mural is a translation of a Chinese one.
There’s this boba place on University Way in Seattle where you get to build your own cup of boba! It’s called Bobaup and I would recommend it to anyone who likes boba. I filled mine with pearls and all the jellies. (We also got boba from that “Don’t Yell at Me” place from earlier. Also, that’s my sister in the background.)
The Engrish here is great. This is actually the top-rated boba place on University Way on Yelp.
That is a great name for a phở restaurant.
Touring the UW campus.
There’s a sculpture of a troll under the I-5 overpass in Fremont north of downtown Seattle. Was installed in the early 1990s and is, expectedly, a popular attraction.
Vietnamese food from Tamarind Tree in the International District. It’s apparently hard to find North Vietnamese food in the US. The vibe for the outdoor seating is great.
Someone from Microsoft totally did this. (At the IKEA in Renton, WA)
The Space Needle at night!
We bought a bed frame from IKEA and just managed to fit it in the car. The front passenger is shifted forwards quite a bit.
Made it to Seattle! Also stopped by Portland to get some chicken & waffles, smoked brisket mac & cheese, and deep fried oysters from Screen Door and some Voodoo Doughnut. Mmm.
Went to Crater Lake today. Helping my sister move to Seattle and we decided to stop along the way. Also tried Red Lobster for the first time. Pretty good.
Check out this film by Euni Cho, Welcome to O’Town, about a bunny who moves to the city to peruse becoming a musician but faces challenges of adapting to her new home.
A while back, I shared a Reddit post where the programmer of Windows Task Manager gave some useful tips about it. He has a YouTube channel as well, and this is a video version of it with some stories about its history.
He made two other videos about Task Manager which you can see in his “Windows War Stories” playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF2KJ6Gy3cZ7jCgV1VEAIcr867nCkynPn
Since it’s AAPI Heritage Month, you should know about these events in AAPI history.
A while back, I got my Fat Nuggets plush, and he quickly made a friend!
Dammit, Moo Moo!
(I also want to apologize for the absolute lack of posts lately. Other social media has been taking up my time.)
I originally wanted to post this long ago, but by the time I remembered to do it, IG had disabled recent posts from hashtag discovery. By the time that lifted, episode 2 had come out and Octavia’s profile went public, but I still wanted to make this, so here it is.
I have waited ALL FUCKING YEAR TO POST THIS
Santa is coming tonight.
And none of us are getting ANYTHING CUZ WE’RE ALL A BUNCH OF DISGUSTING PERVERTS
But that’s fine.
I bought myself the Loki costume in Minecraft, so its a Merry fucking Christmas for me!
Happy Holidays, followers!
With all this talk about Dominion, here’s something we can all agree on: Voting machines are bad. Tom Scott explains.
Hit double deuces today!
Don’t trust the Epoch Times or New Tang Dynasty (NTD). They used to seem pretty benign, but they have since embraced Trump and right-wing talking points, while the organization is linked to Falun Gong, a new religious movement noted for cultish behavior.
(This article is also available in Chinese from the link.)
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