Friday, July 12, 2019

One of the hardest works

One of the hardest works around the house. Today I used the solution that contains caustic soda to clear the pipes. This is the second bottle, I wrote about the first one. I actually couldn't get the cap open on this one so I sawed an opening on the side with a pair of scissors. I know.

How do you describe the smell when it reacts with organics in the pipe? Good God. I almost passed out holding my breath. I ended up having to stand right next to the open window and actually sticking my neck out for air.

Not. Good.

This should give me another 6 months of peace. I'll be out by then, hopefully. I don't know.

There is more than one person in the Navy. You have to remember there are literally tens of thousands of US Navy people around the world. I casually interacted with too many of them by sheer chance. It's not a rare thing. The whole idea and prestige of a military force kind of breaks down when you interact with them on a one-on-one basis. I have to say, some of them are really, really goofy.

I don't actually know how well trained or disciplined troops of various countries are today. The more I know, the more I don't know. That's not part of their plan- but it's OK.

I have to stop pulling my hair out.

3rd topic now. Individual Will vs. "Team" Will

Diary, I still am not 100% sure if God judges people individually or collectively. Individuality is a highly amorphic ontological object.

At the same time - God has made it simple for me . I will not have "Team" Will anyway. I will not participate in a team anyway. Even when I lead, I don't feel like I'm part of the team. Is that crazy, or normal actually. OK.

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