Chew toys came about when a friend of mine told me I reminded her of one of those little dogs that have a ton of energy. She said that you have to give them chew toys to keep them preoccupied, cuz otherwise they would go and find their own version of chew toys to entertain them, like getting into the trash, or chewing up your shoes. It was her way of describing how whenever I get bored, I turned to drugs to entertain myself. That was the best analogy she could come up with to explain it. I thought it was pretty clever, but, then again, I'm weird.
No, I didn't stop using the tracker. I was busy and thought something was wrong with the tracker interface, but it turns out I wasn't logged in, like a retard, so clicking on days did nothing.
It's been busy anyway, but yeah, I haven't stopped using it, heh. Just some minor technical difficulties and business at work and in general.
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