Governing by spite. I feel we’ve reached a new low in our nation.— Matteo Wyllyamz (@mouselink) October 5, 2013
— Matteo Wyllyamz (@mouselink)
I stepped out of the shower, and was surprised to see my partner Phoebe standing in the hallway. I didn’t know she had come home, and she had an anguished look on her face.
"I think Snyph is dead." She said, her voice breaking.
She had gotten a call from a friend who said she thought our dog had been hit by a car on the highway down the road from our house. I immediately realized I hadn’t seen our 12-year-old Jack Russell terrier in the last half hour. We both went outside and called for her. Our puppy was nowhere to be seen.
After the psychological wall I hit somewhere around day 20, I began to settle in for the long haul. I cannot say that I didn’t have thoughts of wanting to give up during the final week.
In the end, I lost 21 lbs. in 31 days. Also, I began to draw some conclusions from this very interesting, physical, psychological, and spiritual experience. Find it all (and more) here in this final Storify full of tweets.
At about 10 days into this, I lost all feelings of hunger, and reached a really relaxed, happy place. Down 13 lbs in 13 days, I still have two weeks to go. Feel free to add your questions or remarks to the comments section, or you can tweet me on Twitter at @mouselink
I’ve been getting a lot of questions from everyone regarding my #31dayjuicefast, so I thought I would aggregate some of the info here in this Storify. Feel free to add your questions or remarks to the comments section below, or you can tweet me on Twitter at @mouselink.
In September of 2012, my son and I set out to watch all the James Bond movies in order, as a kind of completist pop-culture undertaking. We finished nearly eight months later, after approximately 48 widescreen hours of spy gadgets, corny lines, exotic locations, and beautiful women.
Rather than write something overly lengthy in the form of documentation, I thought I would summarize the experience via tweets.