Many times over the years I've put one of the more action packed episodes on without comment. Sometimes they'd look up from what they were doing a bit. But not too much, and never for a full episode. That makes sense: it's a deep and serious show; it was a stretch for me at 13.
The last few times seemed to have elicited some interest from William. A few weeks ago he sat playing a video game while sneaking peeks at "All Alone in the Night." Only after it finished did he get up.
But let's not get ahead of ourselves. My top 14 albums of 2021, including FOUR bands I've never heard of, three at 10, 9, and 8:
[A C hook] has been swinging back and forth for a very, very long time. How long was it rubbing against the hangar bracket? The answer is that we don't know. we think it is about 97 (!) years old, but we're not sure because PG&E (the electric company that owns the lines) didn't keep records about it. [PG&E] kept no records.
GNU Mes is a Scheme interpreter and C compiler for bootstrapping the GNU System. Since version 0.22 it has again helped to halve the size of opaque, uninspectable binary seeds that are currently being used in the Reduced Binary Seed bootstrap of GNU Guix. The final goal is to help create a full source bootstrap as part of the bootstrappable builds effort for UNIX-like operating systems.
Owen and William were so excited we had a new set. They're exicted about any Lego set, though; this one has no special significance to them.
We build it tomorrow!
(originally from Comixed but it's gone and either the cheezburger network or google or both feel no need to keep that URL alive)