Pre-Post 23

Today’s color is #f4b241

Three Questions:

How much of your time do you spend on acquiring entertainment? Is there a more efficient way to do so? When is it worth it to spend money on your health and body? Is leisure really a better use for your wealth? It can be. But when?

How do you define wealth? Are you wealthy? But do you have some wealth? In this day and age even those with nothing can feel wealthy, but how do you find yourself comfortably so?

How do you define fun? How do I define fun? What is fun? Can you just say something is fun and it becomes fun or is something else required? How much effort does it take to start perceiving something as fun? Do you just have to tell yourself over and over? Pretend to look forward to it? Congratulate yourself on a job well done? Probably a mixture of the above.

Four Creative* Lines:

There are a few skill-based board games that have survived throughout the ages, Chess, Checkers, Shogi, and Go (I may have missed one or two). All of which are abstract war games. Well, I say war games, all of which involve the capture of either your opponent’s pieces or of territory. But why? well fighting is simple and understood even by children and humans have always wanted a form of fairness. So both players have the same pieces and options. So if I were to create an abstract, fair, skill-based, war game, would it survive the ages? Well no, it would have to be easy to learn and spread, but the niche is somewhat filled. So one game per culture, with checkers being the exception. But checkers is simple, it has the story of a beginner’s game so I don’t think it had the same status, and it has far less history. The question would be, who played these games? and the answer is (with checkers being the exception) the people who could afford to. So was skill in these games a status symbol? In what cultures was it the case and in what cases was it in everybody’s home? Well, I don’t know and this line of thought hasn’t been very creative so I’ll try something else.

One rises and one falls, but what falls when dough rises? It’s density, and it’s sugar content as the yeast eats the sugar, air gets stuck inside. When you use baking soda (or baking powder). It makes air bubbles and reduces the density that way.
So In One Line
What falls when dough rises? It’s density.

So what does the .xyz in this website mean? I have no clue, they’re variable.

Sometimes you don’t have an excuse, but I think I made this exercise to dificult. I’ll see though because I was incredibly distracted while writing this so see you tomorrow.
You know what at the very least I can think up another bad joke.
I don’t do this? Do what? That’s the question!

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