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... kay so my curiosity is getting the better of me. on average, how much time do you spend listening to music a day? constrained to time spent awake. please boost cuz i'm curious.

Amusing how much of a hurry people are in at 5:30am to get to work to be wage slaves.

After checking out Facebook tool, found two apps shared data with the stalker. ? Check!

Checking out the Pro thing at @write_as. Pretty cool so far.

It was while chasing this guy that I stumbled upon and the whole scene. It has been a love affair of some years now. I still do not do . I like though. He does it well.

levithepoet.bandcamp.com/

I had never played a deck-building game before. was a pretty intro to the type. I really enjoyed this and in solo, it is a good solid game.

anon.to/kFpLPo

After about 5 years of trying, I finally got my wife to get ! Resistance to is amazing as much as it is shocking.

Hanging in , Stone Rebel give , based sounds. Epic songs and soothing vibes. Check it.

stonerebel1.bandcamp.com/

....a cute book, I think, that has a lot of interdimensional physics and . I really liked it, despite the many reviews that I read that did not. in its own way...a nice little book. I did not buy it from Crapazon, but can't recall where I got it. lol

Anyone into really old games, more retro than Moses, this little number might be for ur pleasure (see what I did??). This is the Royal of , game for the rich, found in the 1920's and now held by the Brit . It's the oldest known (4,500 years of retro). Based on the 4-dice rules from Irving Fink ( and expert in these things).

l-spikes.itch.io/the-royal-gam

New Zealand skies at 4pm on a summer afternoon, no filter. Seriously freaky apocalyptic look. is doing it tough.

Really sad to see so many burnt and worse. I hope that this disaster causes some real change in how handles its .

nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna11103

Let's share this around, bet he fucking hates seeing this.

#36C3 The Moxie talk was what I expected. A long list of reasons why he doesn't like decentralization. His arguments that centralized systems are more censorship resistant by relying on proxies/vpns were flimsy and the usual idea of foccussing on things which are easy rather than things which are more robust to changes isn't futureproof at all.

There are going to be even more problems in future and centralized systems are not going to hold up well. If whatever jurisdiction Moxie's server is in decides to have an internet shutdown then it's game over. It doesn't matter if the user interface is easy if the server is gone.

From , 's political rights are under discussion. The fear is complexity of existing rights. I see it in much simpler terms (albeit inadequate): self-determination is a right of ALL people.

anon.to/khO5y0

is a right. No matter how uncomfortable it is for the dominant power or .

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