- Last 7 days
Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get to his zettelkasten on the other side!
But when he got there, he realized he had forgotten the slip of paper with his perfect evergreen note. So the chicken crossed the road once again to retrieve it. But almost as if it were a jokerzettel, on the way back, a gust of wind blew the slip right out of the chicken's beak!
The chicken tried to catch the runaway slip, but it kept evading him. He chased that slip all over the farm--through the pig sty, over fences, around the grain silo.
Finally, exhausted but triumphant, the chicken caught the slip and carefully filed it away.
Moral of the story: Don't count your slips before they're indexed!
- May 2023
The French also have the expression la bouche en cul de poule, which literally means “to have a chicken’s ass for a mouth,” but idiomatically indicates that someone has put on a honeyed or fawning look, puckering his lips or not, in the hopes of getting what he wants.
- Apr 2022
I need the noise-cancelling earbuds because the chickens like to tell me they need feeding. At volume. With furious energy.
Love the motive force of this.
- Sep 2021
Vaccines could affect how the coronavirus evolves—But that’s no reason to skip your shot. (n.d.). Retrieved September 1, 2021, from https://theconversation.com/vaccines-could-affect-how-the-coronavirus-evolves-but-thats-no-reason-to-skip-your-shot-165960
- delta variant
- risk perception
- booster shot
- booster dose
- infectious disease
- Jul 2021
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- Mar 2021
Quiñonero started raising chickens in late 2019 as a way to unwind from the intensity of his job.
Part of the broader trend of chickens in San Francisco/Bay area a few years earlier?