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  1. Choosing furniture is agony.

    about 11 days ago from web
  2. What a wild night. Got banned from live-streaming on YouTube, and the Democrats took the House.

    about 9 days ago from web
  3. I'm waiting for Fibonacci Nut February.

    about 9 days ago from web
  4. Remember when this place was popular enough for random mothers to threaten to sue me over it? Good times.

    about 9 days ago from web
  5. Hey, what’s up, gamers

    about 11 days ago from web
    • Woohoo #!!

      about 11 days ago from web
      • Watching a 2 hour rant about Steven Universe was strangely cathartic.

        about 12 days ago from web
        • to much of gap make me crazy wanna more

          about 12 days ago from web
          • Feel Happiness

            about 12 days ago from web
            • Finally watched Incredibles 2. It was good. Want more.

              about 12 days ago from web
            • i just learned that my adv. organic chem professor is from latvia .

              about 13 days ago from web
              • Deltarune looks good http://rainbowdash.net/url/872995

                about 13 days ago from web
                • I think 1980 is going to be the best age to have been born.

                  At 1980 there isn't too much interesting stuff, but being a children you don't mind anyways. Also you get to watch some nice cartoons. It's a very nice decade to chill! And with a bit of luck you might even get your hands on an Atari 2600/5200 or a Commodore 64.

                  By the time you age 10, the 90's start. And you are conscious enough to start enjoying the best gaming era and the begining of the modern internet.

                  At 2000 you are already 20, and you can start earning money with a job. Still difficult to get a job, but not as bad as it is today. And with that money you can buy a decent PIII gamer PC and take it to a LAN party so you can play UT and Quake Arena.

                  By 2010 you reach 30. You probably lost your job, but you have enough experience to apply for another one. By this time you are a married man and have children, which sucks because this means you don't have enough time for games and tech. But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy fiddling with a Linux distro, that are now easier to deal with. And maybe play some DOTA or fortnite with your old guild pals in your RGB-lighted gaymer laptop.

                  2020, honestly, is going to suck terribly bad and everything that comes afterwards is also going to suck terribly bad. So you get to 40 and you start to notice you are starting to lose your gamer touch. But it doesn't matter anymore. You can still enjoy the classics on an emulator! And whatever comes from now on sucks anyways. So you won't miss anything!

                  about 14 days ago from iscute.moe
                • MULATTO BUTTS! #

                  about 14 days ago from web
                  • I signed the contract for my apartment. 62m² for my own.

                    about 14 days ago from web
                    • Not sure if any of you have tried Dragalia Lost yet. Quite fun if you're into mobile games, it's basically Fate: Grand Order but with actual gameplay and passable dialogues you don't want to skip.

                      about 15 days ago from web
                      • Apparently they're gonna be writing Apu out of The Simpsons starting this season. I know that these days he's sort of a controversial character and a lot of people don't like him, and I'm not really one to complain about PC culture, but Apu's character goes beyond his ethnicity, and I think the people who called for his removal ignored that. With that being said, I’m not going to pretend this is a tragedy. Ultimately, whatever they choose to do with the character on The Simpsons is up to them. Apu's been out of focus for several years now, so I can't say that his absence would be a huge deal, because that would be disingenuous. The Simpsons is also a much different show now than it was thirty years ago. Almost none of the original writers are still on the show, and a few of them are even younger than the show itself. If their vision of the show doesn't include Apu, I can't really fault them.

                        about 20 days ago from web
                      • I can count the amount of Hispanic-American cartoon characters on mainstream TV on one hand, none of them are Puerto Rican, and one of them is this lady (voiced by Mike Henry, a white actor). In fact, I’m struggling to think of a single Hispanic character in ANY animated media, save for my namesake in My Little Brony (whose Hispanic heritage is touched on lightly, if at all), to actually be voiced by a Hispanic actor (and I’m guilty of vocal blackface, whiteface, orangeface...) Hispanic characters in media are often portrayed as illegal immigrants or drug dealers. Or both. On The Simpsons, we have a whopping TWO Hispanic characters—one of them is batcaveing Bumblebee Man, and the other one is Dr. Nick maybe. I don’t sound like cherryin’ Dr. Nick. I don’t know a SINGLE Hispanic person that sounds like Dr. Nick. AND he’s incompetent! But APU, the hard-working ladies man with a DOCTORATE in COMPUTER SCIENCE, is the problem? http://rainbowdash.net/url/872979

                        about 18 days ago from web
                      • Let's make that TV, not YV...

                        about 15 days ago from web
                        • I watched 3 episodes of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and I think it's a good series so far.

                          about 19 days ago from web
                          • @adiwan I ended up watching the whole thing in three sittings on Saturday. Dug it. But it did leave me with a hankering to go back to the 90s sitcom with Melissa Joan Hart... And the CAOS comic (which doesn't seem to have published in a year or more).

                            about 15 days ago in context
                          • @scribus I threw out my previous experiences about the old Sabrina series straight away when watching this one. They are totally different but also similar in many aspects. I'd have a bad time if I clinged to the old series. All I knew was that there was a dark comic series that this one was adapting and I heard it was good, so I gave it a chance to stand on its own. Well... I missed a snarky Salem to be honest.

                            about 15 days ago in context
                          • @adiwan Yeah, I tried and did pretty well at keeping things separate. I had read about the first 6 comics, so I had an idea what to expect instead, but live-action YV comparisons are kind of inevitable. And saw some sweet messages from the old cast to the new, too. :)

                            about 15 days ago in context

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