Welcome spring! OK, on to business. This is a wire with a plug at each end to connect two machines, in this case, two computers. Machines can ‘hook up’ in ways similar to how humans ‘hook up’ (sometimes you just have to come out and say something uncomfortable the way The Purging Lutheran just did). Humans only have themselves to base designs of machines on. If you ever look at a film of traffic at just about anytime of day, you’ll notice how cars travel on roads through the city. One lane goes one way, the other lane the other way. In videos of the circulatory system you’ll see rich, oxygenated blood cells travelling one way in the arteries, and tired blood cells returning home to the heart and lungs in veins. In one case, you have healthy go-get-em workers in cars and blood cells heading off to work, and in the other, tired, oxygen-depleted workers and blood cells returning home for rest and reinvigoration. And somewhere in between those two sets of workers you also have corpuscles and home repair trucks visiting certain parts of the body/city to keep performance at a maximum. Next time you run errands think about this.
I think I threw this connector out. I’m pretty sure we have many more like it in the basement. If I need one, I’ll spray for monsters the evening before and make my way down there the next afternoon. Thank you for reading. Now keep reading.
Oh yes, you shaped me first inside, then out;
you formed me in my mother’s womb.
I thank you, High God—you’re breathtaking!
Body and soul, I am marvelously made!
I worship in adoration—what a creation!
You know me inside and out,
you know every bone in my body;
You know exactly how I was made, bit by bit,
how I was sculpted from nothing into something.
Like an open book, you watched me grow from conception to birth;
all the stages of my life were spread out before you,
The days of my life all prepared
before I’d even lived one day.