I'm here for like two weeks. It feels much better than constantly being on Facebook. I'm calmer and more present.
But I really miss my #yarn and #handspinning tribe. I have noone to really share this passion with in real life, and there seems to be like I'm the only mastodon user in this niche.
Maybe I should not care and just create. It just feels a bit lonely like this.
Or maybe I'm just too stupid to navigate the #fediverse. But I'm really not that geeky Person...
The baker was late in all ways imaginable and this was simply unacceptable; she shed her skin and bones, they were weighing her down anyway, and made her way to her bakery.
Her staff fled as sacks of flour and other ingredients floated about, much to her further chagrin, until she realized she could work tirelessly and faster.
At first sales flagged, the food presumed haunted... But being able to buy bread at any hour lured customers back.
27 million people are automatically filtered out of jobs while owners complain of no applicants, says Harvard study https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2021/09/new-study-says-hidden-workers-are-being-excluded/
“Half the companies in the United States have a filter to exclude applicants who have not been employed in the last six months or if there’s a gap in their work history of more than six months.”
so the story of the donkey kong videogame is that mario was abusive to his pet, donkey kong, so he ran away kidnapping his girlfriend pauline, right
what's not exactly defined in the story of the game itself is whether we're supposed to be taking donkey kong as a scared animal or a human-level intellect kidnapper
if it's the first then we can't really blame donkey kong for doing anything. if it's the latter then that means mario was keeping another person as a pet
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