Today I reached 140% of my daily writing goal; achieved my daily steps goal, thank you Beat Saber; and exceeded my daily calorie goal by an embarassing amount (again, damn it). So now it's time for the most important goal of all... watch as much mind-numbingly fluffy anime as I can before passing out for the night.
How have bidets not become a thing in America? I don't really mean the European kind where it's like a low sink next to the toilet, but the kind where you get a button on the toilet to push and never have to wipe ever again. We're so lazy here with everything else you'd think we'd be pioneering that kind of thing. Maybe the TP lobby is too powerful in Washington.
A few months ago I stopped at a Shell station and used their old janky-looking air pump station to fill my tires. Paid with credit card.
Later that same day I hopped on Amazon to check the status of a package I was waiting for, and ALL of the recommended products they showed me were various tire pressure gauges and air compressors.
I'm usually very paranoid and cynical about corporations' ability to track our behavior and activity, but even I didn't see that one coming.
I thought I had it bad when my kids racked up $300 in Roblox on the xbox. I can't even imagine what I would do if I got slapped with a bill for $6.5K. And the way the Facebook employees talk about an underage girl as a "whale" is (while not really surprising) totally despicable.