me: i wonder what would happen if i trained the neural net gpt-2 on christmas carols?
Bee safety information, boosts appreciated
European Honey bee (most common bees found in North America too) will bump into you before they sting you as a warning that they feel threatened. If a bee bumps into you just back away from the plant you're probably near or stop moving until the bee moves on.
Also if you know you're not allergic to them and you get stung the bee DOES NOT have to die, and if you give it a little time, usually 5-10 seconds, the bee will work itself out and fly off and leave you both safe, and you won't have a stinger stuck in your skin!
~the cat streaked out of the alley yowling. A moment later, the sky turned black; heartbeats after that, it lit up with countless sparkles in every color known to humanity.
A breath later, the cat - no, 4 cats - 6 - returned, every cat she'd ever fed, protected, shared warmth with, climbed on top of her, yowling, mewling, until she could see nothing but fur.
The flash that lit up the sky next blinded millions of people, but Aileen, shielded by cats, survived just fine.
occasionally, one of my cats (Cinder) will jump on the other one (Mola
also, I have a painting of them in my house ( @FluxFaun made it actually and it is amazing)
today Cinder leapt up and smacked the painting right where Mola was, right after I told her not to jump on Mola
I choose to believe this is an example of Cinder being very perceptive and recognizing pictures, and also of how excellent the art is, but now I need to move the painting somewhere less accessible