Started reading a new book, had a zoom strategy session, discussed another project, sent off the polish of my last pilot, researched the new feature (specifically 1930’s road trips), did some stock research, completed a Korean lesson, completed a Japanese lesson, and blocked about 200 accounts on twitter. A full yet satisfying day.
Here in Toronto, we’re locked down (yet again) until January 17th by which point Covid will no longer be a threat OR there won’t be anymore small businesses to frequent. I’ve heard that, on the heels of this latest shutdown announcement, a number of my favorite restaurants have just said “Screw it!” and closed their kitchens, opting out of even doing take-out. Hopefully, they’ll still be in a position to open their doors once the dust settles on this latest salvo to their bottom line.
So what, in your opinion, is the ideal number of pillows? Akemi, who doesn’t sleep with any (thus rendering her opinion on the matter invalid) feels that five is too many, this despite the fact that she gifted me two pillows for Christmas, one of which is the size of an elephant’s leg. You need one pillow on which to rest your feet in order to keep your legs elevated (because it seems like the right thing to do), two flanking pillows, one pillow to clutch to your chest, one pillow to rest your head on, and one pillow to rest atop your head to obscure the intrusive light of your wife’s cell phone in the event she wakes up in the dead of night to watch.
This is why I avoid winter sports…
A geyser of freezing water doused skiers stuck on a chairlift in North Carolina the other day.
— 102.7 THE PEAK (@THEPEAK) January 11, 2022
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) January 11, 2022