Things I read while I drank coffee this morning (4.11)

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Rain & Pork edition.

The Tim Ferriss Show Transcripts: Neil Gaiman (#366)

It is rare that I listen to an entire Tim Ferris podcast all the way through. I usually fade out of any podcast after about an hour; however, this Neil Gaiman is amazing and worth listening to in its entirety. I remember reading Sandman when I about 12 and loved it, but that is about my extent of consuming Gaiman’s stuff except for Coraline, which my daughter and I both loved. The new tv series from his and Pratchett’s work sounds excellent. Also I admit, I bought a Leuchttrurm.

Cool time lapse of storm that moved into downtown Atlanta on Tuesday.

Time lapse of this storm moving in from r/Atlanta

His family, which still runs the Honey Baked Ham Company he founded in 1957, says the answer came to him in a dream. With a tire jack, a pie tin, a washing machine motor and a knife, he fashioned the world’s first spiral ham slicer — a contraption that would become one of the world’s great ham innovations.

The Sweet Success of the Spiral-Cut Ham

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