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  1. *not actually for real this time, he hasn’t filed any of the paperwork and he’s straight-up too late to get onto the ballot in some states.

    about a day ago from web
  2. George Soros created covid-19 so that Donald Trump would get blamed for it so that Hillary Clinton would be elected President so that Obama can reign supreme as America’s emperor, and Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is there to distract Bernie Sanders and now Hillary Clinton is able to move on in the presidential campaign unimpeded.

    about 4 days ago from web
  3. it’s been brought to my attention that this very embarrassing incident from my past has been made public. words cannot express how sorry I am to anyone I hurt http://rainbowdash.net/url/875557

    about 6 days ago from web
  4. I'm not even sure some of these changes are "problems" and not more like "just an obvious place to maybe recast for a start," really?

    about 7 days ago from web
  5. are the Golden Girls dead in-universe or are they like all the other Disney heroines who live forever in a floating timeline

    about 7 days ago from web
  6. People keep telling me there’s actual logic behind The Simpsons’ production codes but I know they’re just as confused as I am. Only a maniac would label the first production season “7G”.

    about 9 days ago from web
  7. I gotta say, blocking would-be constituents is a really great way to keep losing elections.

    about 9 days ago from web
    • @mrmattimation The rep for Corona keeps blocking constituents on Twitter, I've heard it's unconstitutional

      about 9 days ago in context
    • @scribus iirc the ruling was that government accounts (which includes Trump’s personal account, due to some records act that encompasses both his and Obama’s Twitter history) are public forums and therefore cannot block people, but PRIVATE political accounts are not. IE, the state party can block users because the party is not affiliated with the government, and “campaign accounts” (which most Reps tend to use instead of their office accounts) can do so as well.

      about 9 days ago in context
    • @mrmattimation I see. I figure, screw twitter anyway. The internet needs a cleansing fire. One day, the impure will be destroyed. One day, the Users will return. # heh

      about 9 days ago in context
  8. 800 pages left and I have finished reading all of the Inu Yasha manga. Roundabout 10300 pages for the whole thing.

    about 10 days ago from web
    • @adiwan Thank god Tolkien didn't live to work in the medium. Then again, maybe "The Hobbit" would justify three movies...

      about 10 days ago in context
    • @scribus The Hobbit is a short book but it compresses time a lot and a lot and things are not very well told because they come somewhat out of nowhere. 3 movies is a bit much, I can agree that 2 would be very fine.
      Reading Inu Yasha to the end was easier than Lord of the Rings. I HATE all those lengthy scenic descriptions in LOTR and my brain fades out too quickly to get past them. LOTR would work a lot better as a comic because those would be held to a brief instance and not minutes and multiple pages. To be frank: Inu Yasha has also big pacing issues. It could have been easily cut in half without losing too much of its substance. Towards the end it got DBZ-like when it comes to stretching the content and delay the inevitable.

      about 10 days ago in context
  9. Cops were called on one of my employees today. He’s autistic, so he makes a lot of noises when he’s alone and somebody heard and thought he was arguing with someone. Cops showed up, immediately decided the black kid was the reason they were here instead of trying to ask questions. Fortunately we were able to explain the situation before it got out of hand but god damn that cherryes me off.

    about 12 days ago from web
  10. watching all these 1930s Mickey Mouse shorts in HD feels wrong somehow

    about 13 days ago from web
  11. Got a beanbag for free. My department is moving and there is no space for that at the new location.

    about 14 days ago from web
  12. Not sure if things have changed since the Disney acquisition.

    about 15 days ago from web
  13. love that the bar is so low now that “Trump is capable of holding a glass above his head” is apparently a big papayaing deal

    about 16 days ago from web
  14. Ok just puked, drunkenness is officially overrated

    about 17 days ago from web
  15. In Zootopia 2, Nick will wonder if he can still trust Judy after she shoots an unarmed predator 16 times in the back from 400 ft away

    about 18 days ago from web
  16. President Dingle getting upset at his own judges for not being his political servants is pretty funny tbh

    about 18 days ago from web
  17. With all the crazy stuff happening, maybe this year can be the year of the Linux Desktop!

    about 18 days ago from web
  18. New Pokémon Snap? I'm gladly waiting for all the reviews. Especially I'm waiting for all the reviewers and people bashing it for being too repetitive, short, and unoriginal. The N64 game can be played through within a few hours, and even then there was barely any varying gameplay beyond gushing over 3-dimensional Pokémon jumping around and abusing them with throwables. I expect the new one being similar in scope feature-wise. The right evolution of the game has to be at least a semi-open world with day-and-night cycles and a focus on stealth and exploration, like a real animal and nature photographer.

    about 19 days ago from web
    • @adiwan The largest amount of gameplay time came from trying to find a Blockbuster with one of those proprietary printing booths. They should integrate it with Pokemon Go, lol. (Hey, I wonder if that Last Blockbuster Standing has one of the printers...?)

      about 19 days ago in context
    • @scribus I saw a video about the last Blockbuster end of last year and I haven't noticed any Pokémon Snap photo printing stations.

      about 19 days ago in context
  19. Especially since “digital animation” before the 2000s required very expensive custom IBM PCs - now studios just buy iMacs in bulk and put them on desks and it works fine. Every step of the process, from layout to colors to CGI to even editing and dubbing, can be done in people’s homes now.

    about 20 days ago from web
  20. Keep thinking about how papayaed the animation industry would be if this Covid thing happened in the 80s or 90s or even in the early 2000s.

    about 20 days ago from web
    • @mrmattimation I bet Disney would have been pitching the isolated campus model

      about 20 days ago in context
    • @scribus There is PRECEDENT for something like that, bits of I think The Lion King and Pocahontas were animated remotely after an earthquake temporarily shut down Disney’s Glendale campus, but there’s no way it would be able to be coordinated on a large scale long term basis pre-digital era. Al Jean said that he encouraged staff at the Simpsons’ relatively new in-house animation studio to work from home well before California’s stay-at-home orders and work wasn’t slowed in the slightest in spite of that. Could not have happened twenty years ago.

      about 20 days ago in context
  21. I wonder if there will be an increased birth rate in about half a year. Covid-babies.

    about 20 days ago from web
  22. Started binge-watching Community. Before I have never watched more than a few episodes.

    about a month ago from web
  23. hope to god those Nvidia leaks are fake, those are some ugly motherbatcaveing graphics cards.

    about 21 days ago from web
    • @mrmattimation Who cares how they look like? As long as they perform and have good thermals for a reasonable price it's all nice and dandy. Also those leaks are nVidia's own design, and all other manufacturers can implement their own solution. Most of the time the card is in a PC case and in my case there is no window in my case, so looks are totally irrellevant.

      about 21 days ago in context
  24. Good news, I didn’t have to lock the doors. Not sure what that would have done anyway, the doors are all glass.

    about 22 days ago from web
  25. there’s a protest happening in front of my store tomorrow, and I support that, but if anybody starts looting I’m going to go apepapaya

    about 23 days ago from web
  26. is an overwhelming urge to jump into traffic a symptom of covid-19

    about 24 days ago from web
  27. Shape your watermelon. Shape the young watermelon

    about a month ago from web
  28. Every now and then the guy who tried to molest me when I was in middle school comes into my store. Awkwaaaaaard.

    about a month ago from web
  29. Big ups to the customer who called the other customer that was screaming at me the c word

    about a month ago from web
  30. I basically only have ideas for Adam Sandler movies.

    about a month ago from web