It was also in this time I went thru an extreme cleaning phase (still kinda there but it’s not as bad) so that took up a lot of time, as well as the fact that I’d always wear gloves so I couldn’t really rip. I always looked forwards to tweezing my eyebrows twice a week because it was a similar sensation (im part Mexican so my eyebrows are thick and I can get away with this) Sometimes if I urge was overwhelming I’d go stare in the mirror or look at myself in my phone camera, so I would be more aware of what I’m doing. I also still have the habit of sitting on my hands till their asleep and flexing them while the wierd feeling runs thru them.
I used to be in the latter camp, but over the years I really grown to appreciate their engineering prowess. I walked into the store, and there was a single sales person, and a single security guard, and just 3 watches in display cases. No one said a word to anyone, though I honestly expected that in there given that these are all 6+ figure watches.
Most of us persist doing this for as long as possible and try to extend further and further away from your eyes while reading. At the same time you start to strain your eyes and force them to focus. The problem with age related vision loss is that it is possible to do this in the beginning since the problem is the eye lens needs time to switch from long to short distances because of reduced movement ability in the eye.
Wow your post really made it clear that the notch is the future of Android (and iPhone apparently) whether we like it or not. I had no idea so many other phones had notches since I don keep up with much beyond the Pixel. The S9 was the only phone I saw without a notch in the entire list (other than the old phones)..
The coffeehouses also drew the attention of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s administration, which monitored their “subversive activities.” In August 1968, Army Chief of Staff Gen. William Westmoreland sent LBJ a secret memo noting, “consensus is that coffeehouses are not yet effectively interfering with significant military interests, and, consequently, suppressive action may be counter productive,” as sociologist Tom Wells details in his book The War Within.
In 1977 he was involved in a car accident and while recovering decided to live the life he really wanted to. As a stand up comedian he rose quickly. He did not do “shtick”; he was dead pan and his jokes sometimes took a few seconds to roll around an audience before detonating..