January 12, 2021

From Gerald R. Lucas

Tuesday covid-19: day 295 | US: GA | info | exit

Typical Tuesday: I finished my World Lit course on D2L this morning before a 4.5-mile run. I watched more of the fall-out from last Wednesday, including information that several republicans are considering voting for impeachment—including Mitch. Yeah, I’ll believe it when I see it. Made dinner for 🌮 Tuesday, which was tasty—Henry even ate more than usual. Continued watching The Plot Against America, though the penultimate episode. It’ll be interesting to see if American can be saved; I’m thinking it’s not gonna end well. And finally, I bid on three lenses on Goodwill’s auction site, and only won the one I was least interested in. I’m the owner of a vintage Vivitar 28mm f/2.8 M42-mount lens. I bid early, fully expecting to be readily outbid. Figures. Still $31 isn’t bad, and I can do a nice A/B with the Zuiko 2.8/28 I ordered. After, I can give it to Giles—he’s always been a fan of the 28mm focal length.

Tomorrow is impeachment day. Let’s get rid of this human stain.

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I’ve been thinking that I should be tagging posts with lenses, if I discuss them. Today’s pictures were snapped with the Takumar 1.8/55. Henry’s so rad.