No matter which social network you're on, following a diverse group of people helps you taking a peek at the other side of your personal filter bubble.
You don't have to agree with everything and everyone, but please, at least try to listen to people and their opinions.
It will help you appreciate your own life, and may just make you a little wiser.
reading from "Legends of the Samurai" by Hiroaki Sato and come across a couple stories with a mischievous robber character who's name translates as 'drooping trouser-skirt'
been hating on the kids with the drooping pants for thousands of years
As I read about how the Roman ludi (Games) were "held in honor" of particular god/desses, preceded by religious processions, and the importance of the Roman state religion, I can't help but think of #NASCAR & the #NFL and all the pre-game rituals and parades and wonder how "religious" these Games really were... or were they a lot like ours, where some people go full-on Gods, Guns and Glory but a large subset of American culture... doesn't.
Same reason why I've been playing through skyrim lately. There are just some games that are fun no matter when you pick them up.
The Majority Illusion present in social networks. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/538866/the-social-network-illusion-that-tricks-your-mind/ Research from the University of Southern California.
Oh, here's a reason for the complexity of the #Roman religious system: "authority over religious matters was widely diffused. The result was that no individual or family could construct a monopoly of religious, any more than of political, power."
The text appears to find it puzzling that priestly "appointments" were for life, but I wonder if -- because priests were experts -- it served a function like modern judges. Beholden to #knowledge, not popularity.
so i started to watch a movie last night and 20 minutes in i started checking how much was left of it
decided sleep was a better use of my time
might treat it like a tv series and watch a bit more later
hey friendly void, i need new people to talk to excitedly about things and get to know and stuff.
void, send friends, and friends, send dms.
I'm moving soon! I'm in the Seattle area and would be interested in splitting a 2- or 3-bedroom location if anyone else would be interested.
too bad cyberpunk is so tightly linked to noire in the popular imagination
Did you know: You can tell the difference between an alligator and a crocodile by determining whether the animal sees you later or after a while.