Hope everyone is having a beautiful evening. :-)

Just finished making this one. gold, lapis, rose quartz, smoky quartz, lemurian laser quartz, chrysocolla, brass, bronze micah based powder, and a healthy dose of aluminum.

( www.orgonesystems.com ) Gardenite, and an ice cube frozen under one of the pyramids overnight. :D

brass, chrysocolla, rose quartz and lemurian crystal HHG Classic, with real gold leaf. ( www.orgonesystems.com )

is the das keyboard still king of the game?

if not, what should i be looking at? not a gamer, and dont want to spend a billion dollars.

thanks! :-)

a custom piece headed to Minnesota. This piece features Chrysacolla chips and garnets in the top, pyrite, brass, 4 copper wrapped lemurian laser crystals, rose quartz, real silver and gold leaf, black tourmaline, a piece of lapis lazuli, and lots of love. finished with a base of aluminum 🙂. via
( www.orgonesystems.com)

a custom piece headed to santa clarita. Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Smoky Quartz, Lemurian Laser Quartz, Lapis Lazuli, Black Tourmaline, Amazonite and real gold. ( www.orgonesystems.com )

@Linden @ringo np. fyi if you're finding your feed is empty, that's okay - it's not a bad thing to have just friends on your feed

but if you *do* feel like expanding your horizons, check out the #ff hashtag - people who come here from twitter sometimes suggest people to follow using it ;)

@ringo It was an early night for me. I have company coming to visit today and I know it will be a long day! But I'm looking forward to it.

@11112011 for a second I was like wait who's this.
And then I was like oh wait it's blitz.

Throwing away zen mind is correct zen mind (Zen Master Seung Sahn)

howdy all :-) my friend Greg in New Zealand just joined the fediverse... he's just new as of last night. give him a follow, say hi :) he is ~ gregnz@freeatlantis.com

also, my friend Linden in the Victoria area of Australia just joined last night. Same same, she is linden@freeatlantis.com , please add them and make them feel at home, they're new converts from facebook.

@menziesii depends how long you want it to last how much you want to learn and how much you want to spend (unnecessarily.)

the best thing for regular shaving is a vintage single blade gillette. or a straight razor thats old (1860s-1950's.) you dont really want anything newer. all the super high carbon easy to sharpen steel is long gone.

the gillettes i've spent less than 100$ on blades for in 20 years. :)

if you want the boring run of the mill route: wahl clippers work.

Thanks to wikipedia’s “did you know?” section today I am now completely obsessed with belyanas, gigantic unpowered disposable ships used to transport timber in incredible style

So I guess I'm That Kid now - don't let them get bored or your servers will sprout endpoints.

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