With the Passing of Time


Posted on: May 25, 2008

\BUTT-russ\ | noun

1 : a projecting structure of masonry or wood for supporting or giving stability to a wall or building
2 : something that resembles a buttress
3 : something that supports or strengthens

The first link is a program that downloads .torrent files. I must admit, this is more of a mystery to me than downloading music. I know a lot of people who regularly watch tv programs through .torrent downloads but I wouldn’t have a clue.

The first image is a drawing of a flying buttress.

Yup. It’s a flying buttress all right. Nothing too exciting about that. I used to want to be an architect when I was a kid. It would still be a cool job to have but I don’t have the artistic eye for that kind of thing.


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