While composing the tweets depicted in the screenshots on this page, I accidentally made some typos and was a bit distracted by all the “noise” in my environment and in my head (while thinking about personal logistics for today, tomorrow, and the next few weeks). I hope to get the job at the Smart & Final store in Dublin/Pleasanton. Tomorrow I am taking BART from Dublin (east (end of the line)) BART station to the Fremont BART station and walking approximately 8 minutes from there to the Quest Diagnostics center to get my pre-employment urine drug test done (for Smart & Final). I decided not to remove and re-publish the tweets depicted on this web page because I think that is “too much work” and the tweets seem to be comprehensible enough to communicate the ideas I have been trying to express in “bumper sticker” size mode (i.e. succinct, specific, and useful for designing practical solutions for perhaps using software to simulate real economies). Lastly, I would like to call attention to the fact that, with each successive tweet today, my tendency to obsess over overpopulation and the tendency for seemingly most adults to become biological parents has started to recede in favor of me thinking about ways to create a better society (especially by instantiating a universal basic income).

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