I'm at the point where I can't tell whether I want to be a H4X0r or a H3X3r
I wonder how much of the perceived bitterness and cynicism of older people is simply cognizance and rejection of the consumption-focused narrative capitalist ideology has shoved down their throats their entire lives.
It's not just ads, it's everything. Every TV show, every movie, every news story, every politician, our friends and family, our workplaces, our communities. Our entire culture is founded on the need to buy new things all the time to be happy and have value as people.
How can ANYONE be happy?
breaking out of shell with a text editor is my new jam
remember... always remember that you are not alone.
who gave vi access to more?
what put my off Final Fantasy-follow up Show more
no snark - just remembering on a Sunday morning
... the real reason i never played final fantasy again
was that consoles cost money
and i never would have played the one i did if a house mate hasn't received a used one as a gift
haven't lived in a house that bought a gaming console since Atari 2600
i like making fun of the name more than remembering i was struggling to get by and anything more than a car, food, and rent was a miracle when the next one came out
when i got on my feet, there was always something more important than a console -- i blew enough hours on computer games anyways (just not the final fantasy ones)
that's the story
not as much fun as complaining about the name
running 10 copies of the same bash set to non-overlapping ranges is parallel processing?
The Disneyland park (at 85 acres) fits within the parking lot for Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom (at 90 acres).
(This is not a commentary on anything except the relative sizes of the parks. It's interesting trivia to me, that's all.)
Reminder: Some things that look like ideas are actually not propositions to be considered, but rather they are just hate and need to be worked against through other means than argumentation
i love getting baby's attention (making faces, getting them to follow my fingers, getting them to smile)
and when their parents look in my direction
pretending to check the price of whatever is on the shelf next to me
finished dragon pilot
that was odd but enduring
famous for sushi eating in africa
crossing fingers as hope for luck
poe's law enforced