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RatSprite πŸ’»πŸ€ @LazyTechsupport@cybre.space

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staying awake as a huge "fuck you" to my meat body

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Pixel rat is all tucked in and ready for cybre-sleep, fuzzy doughnut-munching rat is out and ready to enjoy spring in their hoodie.

New art by inkedmouse.tumblr.com !

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Hey! I'm Sprite and I'm married to @neverwhere, poly, bi, nonbinary, very dyslexic and my life's currently in stasis after moving from the UK to the US.

I like to pet rats, sleep, cry about robots, coax old tech back to life, play d&d and stay up late breaking computer games

I've got a "problem with authority", credit in a bad PS2 game, worked for the Scottish government, been a network and system admin and I never finished college. My life is a mess.

I like shorks, they're comfy and easy to hug

Japan has 2 words for boogers but no linguistic distinction between rats & mice

bugs, bites, blegh Show more

Rock 'n Roll Sock Hop Mouse is a supplement for Heavy Metal Thunder Mouse, which is-

SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY

drivethrurpg.com/product/24588

bonus: it's not just ascii-as-hex for the colours, each message has an arbitrary colour you need to crossreference with a key generated on the day

tired: plaintext logs
wired: binary logs
inspired: bitmap logs

oh god fucking dammit the crossposter works again

the router's only three meters away, direct line of sight, and this is a pc-to-pc transfer
the wifi is stupid crowded around here

nostalgic earworm Show more

*stares at lightbulb when turning it on*
*pours water in the coffee basket*
*drops cookie in the sink*

Today, I'm just gonna sit down and stop trying.

that great american tradition of three blokes wondering aimlessly up the street with full-rev engines strapped to their backs and not a single leaf in sight
I hope they wear fume masks because it's two hours later I can still smell the exhaust

just found an archive of games magazines and the first one I flip open has article on how detremental sexism in gaming is from 1988(!), in the same issue as a review of Rogue, which the mag actually criticises for using sexist boxart

(the text is tiny and pdf-ucked so I'll transcribe it before posting a link later)