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    about 12 days ago from web
  2. Sad times for New Zealand.

    Meanwhile, arguments about whether the shooter was legit or a CIA/whatever plant trying to do a 9/11 are popping up.

    about 10 days ago from web
  3. justice for egg boy

    about 7 days ago from web
  4. Also, every time I see my new avatar, I scream a little and weep a single bloody tear

    about 9 days ago from web
  5. Every time someone advertises a vaporizer, and I find out it ISN'T a ray gun, I die a little inside.

    about 9 days ago from web
  6. Now that the total grapestorm has died down somewhat I could finally figure out what just exactly happened this day and I must say I grieve for the people whom died in New Zealand. I hope I did not offend anyone with my stupid lighthearted joke and I'd probably do well not to turn on my TV or go to Twitter or whatnot for the coming months for it looks like the fallout of this is going to paint the landscape for quite a bit.

    I abhor things like this and their fallout. The chances of nothing coming from this except for hatred and misunderstandings.

    about 9 days ago from web
    • I too wish Mr Matt a smoof car.

      In the very least he'd be safe from Norm.

      about 9 days ago from web
      • in other news i'm abruptly having to simultaneously find a new apartment/job/car, which is depressing to say the least

        about 9 days ago from web
      • The political fingerwagging on Social Media has exploded again. I was looking at it and despite people's best intentions they are all seemingly dancing on the graves of those poor people. The only partially redeeming people who are opening their mouth on this are those who remain at least somewhat logically consistent.

        But even those who are get called out to the point where it is not even funny anymore, sometimes being cited 'dude, timing !' or even 'But you helped cause this' somehow though a web of logic that is only one you could understand if you took a side in any of this.

        What staggers me the most is that when the vocal minority calms down again we know that they are going to turn their eyes to those who would prefer not to take a side.

        ... I'm sorry, I just got out of bed and I have not gotten my daily self-prescribed dose of whiskey yet ...

        about 10 days ago from web
        • Consider this for the upcoming pokémon game starters:
          Water/Dragon for the chameleon
          Fire/Fairy for the rabbit
          Grass/Steel for the monkey

          Then for the first time each starter would have one advantage and one disvantage over each other, and the rock paper scissors nature of starters would disappear once they evolve.

          about 10 days ago from web
        • Ever since "Press F to pay respects" became a meme posting "F" as a comment is kind of like when people said "bad" because maybe you're grading them harshly or maybe it means "cool" this time

          about 10 days ago from web
          • @celesteh !babylon5 has a story arc lasting 4 seasons.
            Consider it my personal recommendation :-).

            about 10 days ago from loadaverage.org
          • Yeah, this whole "unperson the problematic" movement is getting kind of like one of the more horror-y Bradbury stories.

            about 15 days ago from web
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            • @drinkingpony Broad strokes: the general atmosphere of the internet and this outrage culture we're going through. Specific instigator: The Simpsons pulling a Stalin on the Michael Jackson guest star episode and deleting it entirely from the catalog as though it had never happened. You know, exactly like Warner Bros DIDN'T DO about their WWII propaganda shorts.

              about 15 days ago in context
            • @scribus " the general atmosphere of the internet and this outrage culture we're going through"

              Oh, yeah, Outrage culture. Also known as the "Age of Apathy" for some. I know nothing of The Simpsons so I guess it is/was a recent episode.

              But I guess most people have forgotten about it now since Notch ( the Minecraft dude ) done did something.

              about 13 days ago in context
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            • @drinkingpony @scribus It's not really about whether it was a good episode or not, it's about revisionism and a fascist mindset without any of the good parts of fascism, where anything that is deemed not kosher is censored and removed from public records.

              It was an old episode that was relevant for the time it came out, but the kind of individual that complains about things being "problematic" has no sense of nuance, historical significance, context, or anything like that. Some would see anything that doesn't match the current discourse removed entirely.

              about 10 days ago in context
          • Haha wow there is so much radiator fluid under my truck, when I use the blacklight it looks like a CSI hotel room

            about 11 days ago from web
            • So thanks to this internet I now know that Bob killed at least 300 cows to reach 100k burgers, assuming a quarter pound patty http://askthemeatman.com/yield_on_beef_carcass.htm

              about 12 days ago from web
              • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpCXH0T775o

                about 12 days ago from web
                • the great thing about so many women running for President this year is whoever gets the Democratic nomination can just reuse Hillary Clinton’s “I’m With Her” bumper stickers

                  about 13 days ago from web

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