Jeff Hui

Congress is a VM

This vulnerability is what we call the Filibuster. The Filibuster is a part of the Jefferson spec that allows programs that never halt. In the federal government, it only exists in the Senate, because the House used metaprogramming to reduce the two-thirds rule on the PQ operator to simple majority.

— Jacob Davis-Hanssson, The United States Congress is an elegant stack machine

Iced mocha tea (with a metal straw)

Nitrogen infused tea

“Inspired by Japan”

Shell Museum?

A surpisingly happy cup

Practicing for fire seems way more exciting in Japan

Dominate the WiFi

Arm Wrestling Gym

DIY dentristry

Unfortunate spacing