Yesterday my wife painted the wall. And today's "job I hope I only do twice" was getting the TV up. The Aldi mount's claim of 'supports up to 65'"' was... optimistic, and it had way more flex than I was comfortable with. So I took it down again, and replaced it with the biggest fixed-position mount Bunnings had.
But now it's done and the lounge room is mostly finished. And I'm definitely all finished for the day.
Didn't get the speakers on the walls. But at least I got the wiring tidied up.
Wanna see every address in 2800? Sure no worries.
Or apparently I can connect QGIS to my database and load the results of arbitrary queries as new layers.
And that made it really easy to confirm that a) the 2800 postcode is really really big, and b) everything in my query really is contained in the rubbish collection zones. So yay.
I'm coming around to liking these "throw all these veggies in a pot and cook for half an hour" recipes. Although subbing in sweet potato instead of unobtainable zucchini has thrown off the colour balance.
This one's even vegan if you don't do what I did and use beef stock because that's just what you had in the cupboard.
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Mid-40s nerd in semi-rural Australia. Tinkerer, dad, smartarse.
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