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Artist's rendition of my neighbor, who at 6:45 a.m. was out on their lawn using some sort of whirring power tool intermittently, perhaps dismantling the scaffolding they used to climb up from Hell.
I've written an article about Facebooks new shady research program, for my newsletter. Hope you like it!
I'm okay with the youths forming dueling societies and wearing bright sashes indicating their success to date and prowess with the blade, but I wish they'd stick to official dueling areas.
I couldn't go grab my lunch in my usual spot today 'cause two bravos were going at it in the potato chip aisle, flashing blades cutting open vacuum-sealed bags when they failed to land home, the air full of potato bits and seasoning dust and for what? Honor?
What is honor compared to lunch?
Hey! I've started a new project that I'm really thrilled about and thought you'd all love.
It's a newsletter targeted towards freelancers, which I am, called the Mercenary Review.
You can check it out here:
The first issue is about a defense tech companies merger, and how it could be good for freelancers
I also talk about Kohos new premium account, and whether or not it's worth the upgrade.
Let me know what you think!
Why Strangers Are AirDropping You Memes and Photos
Musun shagai, a game known as "ice shooting" in Mongolia, was created in the 19th century as a way to pass the time.
The game's goal? To send a small copper puck down a 93-yard stretch of ice and knock over several cow ankle bones.
Star Trek joke, Brexit reference Show more
Image of the USS Enterprise near Earth with text: the year is 2387. Earth is a member of the Federation of Planets - but without Great Britain, which is still trying to leave the EU.
User copperbadge comments: You know, this would explain why Picard, the most English person ever to walk aboard a starship, continues to claim he's French.
WikiLeaks has disclosed a wealth of information the U.S. government did not want shared over the past decade, including what it said were CIA technical documents on a range of spying techniques.
"-- and they'd say; red sky at night, hikers delight."
"What's the manual say about green sunsets?" asked a voice nearest the window.
There was a pensive silence followed by a grumble.
"It means the holo-panels are either misfiring or the software has developed another interesting error."
"Oh. What about beige?"
"...Is it oscillating between the two colors?"
"Then I'll have to pause my vacation to fight a sentient digital virus."
Erratic, Unconventional, and Non-Christian.
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