I was in Denver Recently, there had been a blizzard overnight and the next day I-225 was covered with no marking visible. I forget how many lanes it normally has (6 or so I think each way) but that morning drivers were uncommonly courteous, traffic divided itself into about 4 lanes, people used turn signals and backed off to give space to change lanes. Of course there was only half the normal traffic on the road which helped.
The next day the roads were clear and the assholes were back in action. But hey, for a few hours at least it was a fun commute
So my recipe for a better commute is less traffic and wider lanes, how practical is that !
Last time I got a call from "microsoft support" I put the speakerphone next to the computer and told the guy on the line that he needed to sing to the computer to heal it. The conversation lasted a good 15 minutes as I insisted over and over that singing had restorative power over technology, I even offered to sing along with him.
Come to think of it they never called back.
I always thought that the term "politically correct" was intended to be hurled as an insult at people who voice objections to racism, misogyny and intolerance. It is a lazy argument made by people who have resorted to calling sincerity into question. I'm sure there are plenty of pious and hypocritical campus bullies but critics should call them out for what they are on the demerits of each.
Cleese's comedy was at its peak when it highlighted government nonsense or the frailties of the human condition, the arbitrary nature of the olympics, messed up class politics. He has done plenty to make people more aware of the lack of logic in racism and witch trials.
If he can make the case that the students are falling into a trap of some kind in a way that rings true, then I want to see and enjoy the comedy, if he wants to regurgitate talk-radio gibberish then he's not saying anything of interest to me
The bumps on the top and the receptacles on the bottom are high accuracy, the bit in between probably less so, I imagine the brick could be a lot more that 5um out of square or height and still attach firmly if the top and bottom connecting surfaces were accurate.
So maybe you could buy a bunch of those thin bricks and simply glue them onto whatever you print.
That may not be good for replicating everything, but you could certainly create a lot of new types of blocks that way
Nothing succeeds like the appearance of success. -- Christopher Lascl