I've forever got everyone beat on terrifyingly monstrous pumpkin carvings sorry

it's called agile software, yet it did not even attempt to dodge when i destroyed the hard drive it's stored on. Curious!

@aoife My impression is that in the x86 space that's now pretty much exclusively the domain of legacy hardware or installs, while it's still fairly common for ARM. An unpopular library I wrote had some 32-bit incompatibilities, and someone found them.

uk politics, homophobia 

Stay classy, Tories.

@devurandom Disappointing (I really like Cthulhu Wars) but not entirely surprising (I was able to immediately guess who it was.) He's old, white, Mormon, likes to talk about the good old days, and has flirted with misogynistic and racist tropes in some of his game design.

@shoofle They're definitely different people. But Shadiversity collaborated with noted right-wing shitheel Carl Benjamin on a video about "masculinity", so I'm comfortable throwing the whole man out on that basis.

manga ickiness 

Person: "Hey, I just watched a new anime and was really disappointed, but the manga it's based on is great."

Manga: Is a harem with casual misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, two underage characters, and multiple non-consensual druggings.

Me: :blobangery: :facepunch:

@shoofle Ooh, you know what I want to try making once my tomatillos are ripe? Tomatillo sorbet.

@shoofle Salsa is a classic, or use it as a base for a soup or stew. I also like to use it in place of tomatoes in maquechoux (gumbopages.com/food/veg/maque-)

As a tarter, less savoury berry than tomatoes they also fit well into desserts and sweet applications like fruit salad or yogurt parfaits.

Scientists are out here like "this moth definitely doesn't fuck."

@Thomas @georgespolitzer It's only 3.6 acres if you give each plant 1 square foot. You can just squeeze that into the yard next to the dower house or the servants' quarters.

@Thomas No, it literally tastes like vomit. Hershey's stabilised milk contains butyric acid, a distinctive contributor to the smell of vomit. People generally don't mind it at low levels, and it's also found in foods like Parmigiano Reggiano, but some find it off-putting.

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