cleanups with Clorox, Crest, and Cascade, and eventually some code

I needed to jumpstart my day. I had two iced coffees (and now a hot coffee), so I went into the bathroom, brushed my teeth with a new type of Crest toothpaste, and then I fetched the Clorox wipes and wiped down the bathroom vanity, put the Bic disposable razors in the mini Mason jar on said vanity, organized things. Then I continued Clorox'ing with the kitchen counter and stove. Tossed bits of trash, organized the desk, started aforementioned coffee, and then started the dishwasher with Cascade (generic - fuck the name brand costs).

I think my notes are organized and ready to go, in the most tedious fashion ;)

I have an 8 bit news newsletter to work through. I will start on that.

Been thinking a lot about retro computing, as well as watched Perifractic/Retro Recipes (same channel) on YT, wanting to start up with The "init commit" Project (TicP), so I will look into more of that soon.

I may just do some hardware programming (or "progging", as us folks from teenage 90's days would say) such as what Paolo Amoroso is doing. I like stuff like that. I am deeply interested in learning Assembly Language, and "progging" for x86 (64 bit) chips, and I think I can get off the ground with that by going through this learning documentation on Github called Some Assembly Required. Fucking amazing read there! Great stuff!

That's all for now

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