@email@example.com Simply ask your personal helicopter pilot to drop you off at the office roof.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Oh, this is so great! :‘-D Gotta have to tell this my mates who play Factorio. Also had to laugh when reading the introduction:
[Compared to Excel] serious financial, medical or industrial applications should probably stick to the more mature calculation capabilities found in Factorio circuits.
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@firstname.lastname@example.org I could be wrong, but I don’t see a pun here, maybe some English native speaker can correct me. From my point of view it’s just a parody on Robin Hood with some ridiculously funny spin. Monty Python at their finest. The lupin part might be a reference to tulip mania, when prices in the Netherlands for tulips bulbs went through the sky in 1637. Or it’s just some random thing without a deeper meaning.
Yeah, @email@example.com, we’ve cut it short and unfortunately didn’t make it to the third emperor-mountain. Some feet called it quits prematurely.
Our four hour long night hike turned out to be really great. It was surprisingly warm, most of the way a t-shirt was enough. Only in the end we had to pull over a jumper for the long sleeves. We saw plenty of bats flying around us and also a marten in one of the villages. It was sitting in the middle of the road and then hid under a parked car. On the downside, tons of mozzies were also around.
In one place the street lights shining on the tree leaves in combination with slight mist turned the scenery into something really incredible. Can’t describe it other than mystical. Just super beautiful and impossible (for me) to capture on film.
We brought our torches, but didn’t end up using them. The moon and starlit sky was enough. Only in the forests it sometimes got a bit dark on us. The first night hike of the season was a great success and will be repeated several times.
Dennis Moore, Dennis Moore, riding through the night…
@firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you! No, that’s straight from the camera, apart from resizing no manipulation was performed in post.
@email@example.com Yeah, most sheep around here have lighter hair, too.
@firstname.lastname@example.org This is so cool! @email@example.com We went on a long hike (~24 km) yesterday, a short stroll this morning and are about to have an ~15 km night hike tonight. Let’s see how that goes.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you! Yeah, these are sheep with long hair. I don’t know the exact name or breed. Maybe they’re just about to be sheared.
@email@example.com That’s an interesting article, mate!
We went on a little bit longer hike again, super nice weather. A bit too hot in the sun already. https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2023-05-26/
Brutal Circular Saw Blade Fight with Hydraulic Press: https://youtu.be/7AMcN021x3A
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com Hahaha, very nice! :-D I did not know of
fc. @firstname.lastname@example.org Heck yeah, great story! :-D I never came across something similar. I know these buses exist, but I’ve never seen one in person.
@email@example.com Nice view, oh yeah.
@firstname.lastname@example.org I especially love the doch and hiking videos! :-D
We just had a very violet sunset: https://lyse.isobeef.org/abendhimmel-2023-05-16/
Got the best picture book April weather yesterday afternoon. It did not rain as much as advertised, though.