The Real Solstice

Makes me wonder why foreign news is better than local.

On a happier note, we are moving into the modern age. I guess.

“At my poor house look to behold this night
Earth treading stars that make dark heaven light.”
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Act I, scene ii, lines 26-7

Legal files:
What legal and what’s not, according to current definitions.

Just makes you wonder, what’s really private on someone else’s server.

Do anyone ever read all the fine print in the EULA, terms or service and so forth?

Maybe I’m just increasingly paranoid.

Real solstice:
Party on, right, get naked and run around in the woods or whatever…

Sun hit Cancer, right at 1300 hours, but there was the usual discrepancy. Ephemeris read June 22 as the real date. GMT. Or whatever they are on, over yonder. British Standard Daylight Savings Time, or something.

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Two versions of software, but they were within minutes of each other. The interesting note, sort of as a “trend to look forward to” would be the Moon oppose Uranus, in a waning pattern. If you pay attention to that sort of thing.

Means it’s going to get more weird. Some surprise there.

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