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everybody thinks that whatever game system was popular when they were 12-14 is the best game system ever

which is fine for people who grew up with the SNES or GameCube but really sucks for people who grew up with the N64

learn to code? become a welder instead, a flagger, a plumber, an iron- or steelworker. something with a union. something with training. something with safety standards. something with even the faintest structures for asserting ethics. there’s nothing for you behind software’s glamour but trauma and anguish.

Thousands of years from now, alien archeologists will be digging through the remains of human civilization. "What do you think killed them off?" "It appears to have been a 'gender reveal announcement'."

Facebook bug accesses iPhone's camera while user scrolls through News Feed

“Bug”, mmm-hmm.

I did dent my wrench but stopped before completely destroying it or stripping the bolt too badly

put in my place after trying to replace my bike pedals and completely failing to even slightly loosen the old ones :blobsad:

transphobia, hillary clinton, uspol 

the other day I said something disparaging about people still using facebook while having dinner with some friends and one of them (younger than me) said "ok, zoomer" and I STILL feel loved and seen

niel degrasse tyson gender reveals to you that youre made of star stuff :3 [then you kick his ass]

just wondering how much Norman Reedus can deadlift, having a normal one


anyway, I finally caved and bought Death Stranding, I guess.

4. NES roms.
if you want hyper sentient dog scientists in the year 40,000 to be able to run your software, write it as an NES rom. trust me on this.

I do think Kojima pulled off cooperative infrastructure rebuilding by players far better than Fallout 76, anyway

i’ve been watching a lot of death stranding on twitch and I can’t tell if I would enjoy the gameplay enough to play it now, but i’m curious and interested enough in the story and aesthetic that I keep watching


food / how to eat on a budget 

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