The Mad Carrot2 years ago2019-10-03 13:50:19 UTC 6 comments own little kitten!
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Her name is Mila, 3.5 months old and she came from a 'host family' (not sure about the correct term for this) after being picked up from the streets by the animal shelter. Now she lives with me. Barely 3 hours since she arrived and she's following me around everywhere I go, purring like crazy. This is a perfect match.
The Mad Carrot2 years ago2019-07-27 22:10:04 UTC 14 comments
It's that thing again that I didn't do last year because reasons but I'm back at it. This is the only clue you're gonna get.
The Mad Carrot3 years ago2018-07-28 20:52:18 UTC 3 comments
Not today.

But then again here it is, without a riddle this time because I don't feel like it.
The Mad Carrot4 years ago2018-03-08 22:53:36 UTC 9 comments
For frick sake, life, quit taking people that I care for away from me!
The Mad Carrot4 years ago2017-07-30 14:28:18 UTC 13 comments
My best friend passed away last night.
Did not see that coming.

The Mad Carrot4 years ago2017-07-27 21:00:46 UTC 12 comments
Well frick. Another one. Time flies.
The Mad Carrot5 years ago2017-02-12 15:48:50 UTC 3 comments
On April 10th 2012, one of my cats passed away.

Today, her sister passed away.

Sleep well, my little dingus you. :(
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The Mad Carrot5 years ago2016-08-08 15:11:58 UTC 6 comments
Here's some nice Hammer trivia for you: Unused dialog windows.
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The Mad Carrot5 years ago2016-07-27 22:00:48 UTC 7 comments
33 (number)

33 (thirty-three) is the natural number following 32 and preceding 34.

The Mad Carrot6 years ago2015-07-27 21:10:20 UTC 12 comments

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The Mad Carrot7 years ago2014-10-28 22:31:54 UTC 20 comments
I've seen a lot of rocket launches live on NASA TV and, including todays launch of the Antares rocket carrying the Sygnus spacecraft to resupply the ISS, as seen here, 4 minutes and 28 seconds before launch:
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But the launch didn't really go as planned:
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It exploded six seconds after lift-off.

Aerial view of the damaged Antares launchpad:
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Live NASA webcast footage of the failed launch
Video of the failure from the press site
Video of the failure from 3000ft

This is the first time I've seen a launch failure live. Holy crap.
The Mad Carrot7 years ago2014-07-27 21:18:16 UTC 17 comments
Atomic number of Ga.
The Mad Carrot8 years ago2013-10-09 15:07:14 UTC 10 comments
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The Mad Carrot8 years ago2013-07-27 21:03:37 UTC 15 comments
I am officially old as of today. The big three-oh.

Dang it.