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Mundane Monday: Ceiling Vents

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Mundane Monday: Ceiling Vents

  Greetings fellow archaeologists, archaeologistas, and non-gender-specific-researchers-of-historic-antiquities of the far, far future. Today we see a ceiling vent of a type we commonly find in homes among a recently discovered neighborhood that was constructed in the late 20th century, before the Great Warming Great Cooling Treacherously Temperate Period in the early 21st century drove people…

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Mundane Monday: Cedar Wood

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Mundane Monday: Cedar Wood

  What we have here, ladies, gentlemen and indeterminates of the far future, is a piece of cedar wood, prized for its pleasant scent which discouraged clothes moths and other pests, until cutting trees was outlawed in the Tree Preservation Act of 2020, and then we had to build our houses from recycled water bottles…

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Mundane Monday: Electrical Outlet

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Mundane Monday: Electrical Outlet

  Greetings and salutations, people of the far future who are somehow seeing these posts despite the Great Electromagnetic Pulse Catastrophe of 2029, which wiped out everything not stored in a Faraday cage, which was a lot because most people thought only paranoid delusion people believed such things could ever happen. At any rate, before…

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Mundane Monday: Chairs

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Mundane Monday: Chairs

  Back in the days before sitting was outlawed as part of the National Health & Exercise Act of 2019, we had these things called chairs that we used to sit on, instead of being forced to stand for our own good, which only led to increased lower back pain and orthopedic health problems, but…

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Mundane Monday: Concrete Duck

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Mundane Monday: Concrete Duck

  Sure, when something is broken like that, a lot of people will just throw it away. But how can you just toss a poor little concrete duckling who’s proudly decorated your family’s home for decades? Especially when it’s fixable? Well, you don’t.   You fix him and he’s good for another couple decades. Once…

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