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I kind of want to comment on the fact that they're posting their earnest denouncements of "misogynist" guitar pedal names on a site that is literally named "Muffwiggler," but I also don't want to reopen that discussion.

"Scott Alexander" has taken his Web log Slate Star Codex offline in response to a credible risk that the New York Times intends to break his anonymity. I've been hearing rumours about this matter for the last week or so, but didn't want to comment while they were only rumours. Well, now they're more.

TFW you run out of convenience stores, so you're headed to the eraser.

What are some stable and non-political instances worth recommending to refugees from the other place at this time?

My computer, which already wasn't loud, is much quieter since I upgraded the cooler. It's kind of unnerving.

One of my favourite songs, but I don't think I'd heard this version before.

I've never read the Moomin tales but I recognize a lot of characters and plot points. Does that mean they're canonical now? Because those are the signs that follow canonical books.

However, under the current state of Japan, we will not be able to handle the increase of such administrative burdens and will have trouble dealing with it appropriately.
Thus, we have decided to stop providing our service on and starting June 30, 2020.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding on the matter.

Recently, the handling of online defamation has become a hot topic on many mass media as well as social media channels.
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In response to these reports, it is expected that lawsuits and disclosure requests will become more publicly known;
and government agencies will order stricter enforcement in addition to tightening regulations.

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