Likes final stops. Or even semicolons. Removes ands, nows, and wells. English & Portuguese.
Joined 1y, 14w ago. Seen 13h ago.
Zero Edge Intermittent fasting is overlooked.
Rsm My wife does it.
🏒 Lucian Marin I don't use them for myself, but I'm curious what they are working on. Subreply has better threading than all of them.
Rsm It has taken me a bit to get used to Subreply's threads, but I'm warming up to them.
🏒 Lucian Marin There's always something to say, but we prefer not to say it.
Rsm There is that, too.
🏒 Lucian Marin I glad stories are gone from Twitter and LinkedIn. I wish they weren't a thing in the first place. Next thing to remove: sorting algorithms.
Rsm Good luck with that. I closed my LinkedIn account long ago. Twitter account is long neglected. Went on to better things.
Rsm Things are often not what they appear to be. People either. Sometimes for the worse, sometimes for the better. It's often a guessing game.
😀 Tom How many of you type something out to post, but then decide it's best not to hit enter?
Rsm Have done that.
Rsm Times are you don't have much to say. Good then to stay away from social media. Sometimes, even when you do have something to say.
🏒 Lucian Marin There's always something to say, but we prefer not to say it.
Rsm A few thought on spirituality that might be worthy of a few minutes of reading time. randalmatheny.com/...
Rsm A prayer-poem based on verses from Psalm 43 believingprayer.co...
🧐 Nrmn I really enjoy the "what are you doing this week(-end)" posts on for example lobste.rs. How about we're doing the same?
Rsm So funny. I came here to ask everybody what your plans were for the weekend.
Rsm Missus and I gonna have breakfast with a friend about 30 min away. Ought to be good. Will fast the rest of the day. :)
Rsm Bureaucracy is supposed to keep people honest, but it winds up opening paths for the crooked.
Rsm He who lies most trusts least.
🐇 Robert Blinov True. The placebo effect is one of these powers, and it's somewhat similar to how we can "just move" our body parts without deeply thinking about what we're actually doing.
Rsm Good example. I've trained my mind (works often but not always) to wake up at a certain hour. It works usually within a 5-minute period, and often it's right on the money.
Rsm The mind has powers over the body that we have explored but little.
🐇 Robert Blinov True. The placebo effect is one of these powers, and it's somewhat similar to how we can "just move" our body parts without deeply thinking about what we're actually doing.
🏒 Lucian Marin I loved banana milkshakes in the morning, but now I skip breakfast. "Acute or chronic effects of consuming or skipping breakfast on cognitive performance in humans are controversial." pubmed.ncbi.nlm.ni...
Rsm Yeah, my wife at the moment says it's good to go without. But I'd pass out. :)
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