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  1. Even the spammers don't want us any more. Congratulations everypony

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  2. The great thing about having vacation is that you can binge a new season when it is getting dropped. I watched all of She-Ra Season 4 today. Would I binge it if I had a normal work day: yes.

    about 7 days ago from web in context
  3. I'm preparing my CNC router for a minor upgrade. I plan to attach a plastic canvas cover for the rails and the threaded rod such that the crap I cut doesn't land on them. It's not an expensive upgrade or a technical improvement but more an improvement for maintenance and convenience. I was cutting some clear plastic (polystyrene) and that stuff was magically drawn to the lubricated rails and threaded rod. I had to wipe everything off and lubricate again.

    about 2 hours ago from web
  4. By now it's a tradition to change the "Han shoots first" scene with each new release. I was once on the purist side of the fandom who wanted the unaltered scene but now I've grown out of that attitude and just watch the drama from the outside with no emotional investment.

    about 3 hours ago from web
  5. @drinkingpony So... Baby oil is made from babies?

    about 3 hours ago from web in context
  6. @adiwan And now I have to think of http://rainbowdash.net/url/875309

    Have fun laughing.

    about 3 hours ago from web in context
  7. @drinkingpony It's more like whey and and pasteurized milk.

    about 3 hours ago from web in context
  8. @adiwan Sooo... basically like how chips can be pringles, but pringles can not be chips... Regardless... Sillystuff.

    about 4 hours ago from web in context
  9. @adiwan Haferkleie is oat bran in English and Haferflocken is oat flakes in English as far as the online translators say.

    about 7 hours ago from web in context
  10. @drinkingpony "Haferkleie" is the stuff that remains in the sieve after sieving the ground oat (flour) like the shells and the outer layers of the oat seeds. "Haferflocken" is the oats being shaped into flakes (like corn flakes).

    about 7 hours ago from web in context
  11. Stuff I need to ask an actual German:

    What is the difference between "Haferkleie" and "Haferflocken"

    about 7 hours ago from web in context
  12. @adiwan He has a NAME ?!?

    about 7 hours ago from web in context
  13. @drinkingpony http://www.joshuawright.net/slack-wiki.html

    about 12 hours ago from web in context
  14. @adiwan Ferragus ? Histoire des treize ? What ? I am so confused.

    I would google it if it did not take 10 minutes for the damn page to load.

    about 12 hours ago from web in context
  15. drinkingpony Ferragus, the lazy dragon from the Slackwyrm comic. http://www.joshuawright.net/

    about 14 hours ago from web in context
  16. Well, I am pretty much not gonna do anything online with a pipe of 0.15M down and 0.01M up with a ping of strangely enough 14.

    I would call my ISP but I am pretty sure they are sleeping.

    about 21 hours ago from web
  17. @mrmattimation He would not be the first important leader in the history of the world to at least to try and undo something that he did before. Heck, not even the first woman if you count Neferusobek. But outside of the shadenfreude factor. Why is that funny to you ?

    about 21 hours ago from web in context
  18. @adiwan Wait, I know that name... He makes the comic of the nihilistic dragon of which the name I always forget.

    about 21 hours ago from web in context
  19. I want to buy art from an artist (Joshua Wright https://joshuawrightart.bigcartel.com/ ) but always when I receive the Patreon notification email that his art is available it's already sold out.

    about a day ago from web in context
  20. Rick & Morty is back!

    about a day ago from web
  21. @scribus Bad example. I liked the original MLP, G2 too, G3 however can go straight to the trash IMHO. Oh and if anyone remembers G3.5. Stop doing that. Thanks :)

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  22. @scribus Isn't that just a fancy way of saying 'odd things that are related to the topic'. Such as pretty much everything used to make fun of the situation in every abridged show ever.

    For some reason I have to think of this thing


    "The Gods are showing us the truth about our past, I give you our sexy ancient Egyptian ancestors"

    You know the rest.

    I love oddical topicness, or oddness topical... or... well now both words and all variations thereof just sound made up to me.

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  23. @scribus Natrium Nobellium Tungsten Roentgen Iodine Molybdenum ? ... I hope you mean National Novel Writers Month. But I just wanted to flex my periodic table cred.

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  24. Oh and just because it will bug me to hell if I do not say it.

    Ripley and to a lesser degree Wonder Woman were my role models growing up. Confident, assured, and with a go-get-em attitude, also good posters.

    But Ripley was a 'too soon' kinda thing so it never really mattered, and it is considdered a too old movie nowadays to even get taken seriously as a recomendation. Even though it really should.

    Also, Wonder Woman ( comic version, Lynda Carter, Gal Gadot ) had to stand aside as Captain Marvel was triumphantly claiming to be the First Female Cinematic Superhero ( seriously, google those 4 words and stand amazed at the amount of scrawled diarhea ).

    But hey, I guess I should be glad that the Black Panther craze has died down so Blade ( Wesley Snipes ) can be black again. Eventually a new product comes along and the cycle repeats itself.

    To end this # on a high note. or at least a funny, here is something I don't nearly link to enough http://rainbowdash.net/url/875184

    about 2 days ago from web
  25. @adiwan Don't be silly, those are all Russian bots.

    Yeah, I know that is sillytalk. Still, I only count the people of whom I know at least their face and had some form of interaction with outside of a keyboard and monitor.

    After all, I am not really interested in a braindead conversation similar to going to the Destiny 2 Reddit and ask if the game is good. Ofcourse they say the game is good, or they would not be lurking that subreddit.

    Same thing can be said for TMS, If a woman has a leading position and you dare say anything negative about that show you are going to find yourself on the blindfolded side of an execution platform.

    Not to say that I disagree with everything on TMS. Once I read http://rainbowdash.net/url/875303 *facepalm emoji* How long has this weird conversation been going on for now ? "Not enough woman in powerfull rolemodels" ?

    I could probably rant about this for 12 hours straight if you let me. Maybe because they always shoot down my rolemodels

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  26. @drinkingpony In the comment section of these articles you find more https://www.themarysue.com/tag/she-ra-and-the-princesses-of-power/

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  27. I just had the new She-Ra explained to me by a die-hard fan of the old series

    Essentially she thinks it is like taking a beloved franchise that she feels she has supported thoughout the years, by buying merch and all. Someone got their hands on that IP because essentially you can not 'make' a new IP work in the modern oversaturated world. Then added so many new borderline cringe modern 'themes' to it till it pretty much only resembled the beloved She-Ra only in name. I mean For Fox's Sake (I choose to believe she actually said 'For Fox's Sake') they put a first draft D&D character into the show for crying out loud.

    Imagine your grandmother learned you how to make granny's apple pie, and then 20 years later she asks you to make her some apple pie just like how she used to like it. Only to have a conversation not even 5 seconds after gramma tasting it about "WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU TOOK OUT THE ASBESTOS ?!?"

    Strange woman, but made some sense.

    I only know 1 person who likes new She-Ra.

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  28. @drinkingpony Wait hold on... You just read the wrong article you doofus.

    Yeah that is a meme selling itself as a meme because famous

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  29. @scribus But it is a picture of a person ? No way they could use it for a commercial without being sued.

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  30. @scribus I honestly thought that was going to be about "Warren's Meem Dreem Teem"

    about 2 days ago from web in context


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