Rain & Pork edition.
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.
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.