Archive for May, 2021

This might be the iris known as “Thornbird”. It hadn’t bloomed for a few years, and then it started up again last season after a tree in a neighbor’s yard was removed and more light got over to this patch in my front border.

I think it was orignally bred to highlighte that ridiculous sticky-out beard, but the side effect is that the standards don’t always form properly (or ‘at all’), and sometimes new but angles result in this silliness:

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Well, no. When you all choose to “save time” by “not bothering” the subject matter experts to get approval of the final storyboards and script, neither the writer nor the videographer will be surprised when one set of stakeholders suddenly reacts badly to the rough cut video…

This is not how any of this works….

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