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  1. WEE-WOO WEE-WOO I'M A BIG BAD IMPORTANT USER WHO DON'T NEED NO RULES #

    about 4 hours ago from ban me pls
    • I have questions for the kind of guy that's afraid that the government's gonna track them through a microchip injected into them via covid vaccine, but then brings their iPhone to an insurrection

      about 15 hours ago from web
    • Burning your tongue on hot tea.

      about 20 hours ago from web
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      • @scribus Just happened to me. I poured steaming hot tea into my mug and didn't put a thought into waiting for it to cool down for a short while. But other to the actual case of that happening it's a great idea for using it as a metaphor for various things. Your interpretation fits it well. It can also applied to saying things that are potentially false or need more time to be sure they are not.

        about 20 hours ago in context
      • @adiwan It's always pizza and the roof of my mouth for me, but coffee does run a close second.

        about 18 hours ago in context
      • @scribus Pizza was also a problem for me. Thankfully I haven't burnt myself with pizza (and its cheese) for a long time. Those burns last for days. Whenever I make or buy pizza I am paying attention to the amount of fat and cheese it has, which are always the culprit. So in the case of making pizza myself I cover the pizza lightly with cheese that that there is not a thick layer that can keep the molten lava hot long after it's out of the oven. I like thin and crispy pizzas anyway. The more cheese and fat the soggier they are and the harder the slices are to handle and eat. I bake my pizzas such that the bread is stiff enough the pizza (slice) can hold up itself.

        about 18 hours ago in context
    • Michael Bay’s new movie is about a bizarro alternate universe where the US government is mishandling a pandemic, but I did the math and I’m 95% certain the virus would have died out by killing all of its hosts too fast to find new ones under the conditions portrayed in the film.

      about a day ago from web
      • @mrmattimation Wait, really? Not that he'd botch the math, that I super-believe... But the whole-ass movie??

        about 21 hours ago in context
      • @scribus yeah, look up “Songbird” sometime. Written at the very beginning of the pandemic and filmed almost entirely by the cast with cell phones, it takes place in 2024 in a world where COVID mutated into a deadly super virus which kills 50% of the people it infects, anyone who gets it is automatically reported to the government via smartphone tracking, and they’re quarantined in a concentration camp until they either die or get better. I’m no virologist, but I’m pretty sure that under those conditions, the virus would have been dealt with a long time ago.

        about 19 hours ago in context
      • @mrmattimation I mean considering what a 3% mortality rate did to us, I must be inclined to agree, one way or another...

        about 19 hours ago in context
    • Saw waves are the best musical instrument, change my mind

      about a day ago from web
      • Watched this documentary on "deep time" and human history last night. It was all like, "Columbus set sail because 5 billion years ago a planetoid hit proto-Earth, causing the axial tilt which resulted in the weather patterns which led to spices growing in India. Meanwhile, the Portuguese got rich off of a dying star 7 billion years ago, which resulted in a silver deposit in modern-day Mexico..."

        about 2 days ago from web
      • I may finally go nuts and "stand guard" against the wind, lol

        about 4 days ago from web
        • I keep telling myself to go leafblower the leaves, but it's gonna be windy like all damn week

          about 4 days ago from web
          • Also Chris Krebs accidentally said “erection” on national television instead of “election” and that’s inspired me to write a cartoon about “erection fraud”

            about 5 days ago from web
          • Trump’s bullkiwi was pretty successful honestly. He didn’t steal the election, but that probably wasn’t the aim. The aim was to convince people that BIDEN stole the election, and there will now forever be a not-insignificant number of people who believe the President was illegitimately elected

            about 5 days ago from web
            • . http://rainbowdash.net/url/875745

              about 5 days ago from web
            • Man I can't even get through the Wikipedia page for the Silmarillion

              about 5 days ago from web
              • The longer I search for houses the more depressed I get.

                about 5 days ago from web
              • I mean, I know, vital workers, bills to pay, every last beat and semihemidemiquaver of that jazz... But it just kind of shows how halfheartedly we're doing the do.

                about 5 days ago from web
                • "Stay at home orders could make for a mellow Monday commute..." Mother MOTHER what is unclear about the "Stay at HOME" jfcffssmdh

                  about 5 days ago from web