Time for new #introductions!
I also do software stuff because of course.
Is the music I chose for #BunnyCat appropriate? It was the first thing that came to mind.
The lap is not preserved for all homeomorphic transformations of the body, so the lap is not a topological feature of the body. In this essay I will
(I’m a rusty mathematician, if you have a correction to my wording please be nice)
@JordiGH my mom and her sisters still laugh about their mom's recipe cards (from the 1950s) that had things like "one medium can of beans" and "one half ketchup bottle"
I have a sudden urge to translate her lyrics so I can show everyone how her songwriting was a bit more profound than what she does now.
We have a link at work that downloads all #GreenhouseGas emission data that we have for a particular company. It's got an initial hardcoded date of March 11, 1776. I was wondering why that date.
Thankfully, there's an explanatory comment in the source code:
"Start date is the day the Watt steam engine was reported operational by Aris's Birmingham Gazette. This is so the date range will include all possible GHG emissions."
Okay, so what I'm learning is that although American recipes use weird units, what they really mean is, buy this packaging of this brand that you can find everywhere in Burgerland and that's the real standard unit, but we're going to pretend abut some other bizarre unit of some generic brand and won't mention the actual thing.
Holy crap, that seems to have worked. A quick taste test and I proclaim it, "not atrocious".
Will have to cool overnight for the final verdict, though.
Huh, 30 grams. That's one packet? And 180 mL of rootbeer? Uhhh... this is 135 g of vanilla pudding powder and its recipe calls for 750 mL of milk, hm the proportions are pretty close.
Well, here goes, lotsa boiled rootbeer incoming.
Dangnabit, how much is an ounce? And do they mean fluid or solid?
I see nothing inherently wrong about boiling rootbeer except that it will go super-flat, but does that matter for a pie??
I suddenly sympathise so much with this post I saw earlier today:
I want to make this pie recipe:
But the problem is I couldn't find instant vanilla pudding mix. The only vanilla pudding mix I found requires boiling water. Surely I can't boil rootbeer, can I?
Also, what the heck is whipped topping? How do you say that in French? I just got Cool Whip instead.
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