Florida is famously overrun by invasive animal species, more than 500 at last count, from macaws to vervet monkeys to the lionfish that are hoovering the state’s reefs clean. One of the most notorious—and populous—is the Burmese python, which first made national headlines in 2005, when a 13-footer in the Everglades was found to have swallowed a 6-foot-long alligator whole, only to burst in half.
2 acres of beautiful farmland: ~$10,000
A rustic 1,000 sq/ft cabin: ~$100,000
Solar Panels for Electricity: ~$18,000
Private well for water: ~$8,000
Heating: ~$650 (plus a lot of hours of wood chopping)
Fancy composting toilet: ~$500
This “JS = Scheme” meme was hugely legimitizing to a horde of programmers feeling unsure of themselves in the face of grizzly C programmers who allocated their own damn memory, probably right after building their own computer out of rocks and twigs.
Set an hour aside for this one.