Remember those life simulator games for Windows? Or maybe they were not called life simulator, I just don't know how to google them, and I don't remember much about them. I remember they were played in a regular Windows window, and you clicked buttons to eat something for $2, then a button to go to work and earn $4, and then the button to go to work becomes inactive and you can't click it until the next day, and in the end you are a trillionaire? Anyone remember this?

@matt I use my own terminal RSS reader :blob_laughing: I wasn't happy with newsboat so I wrote my own

@polychrome did you know that you can have RSS feeds of youtube channels?

I'm a terrible C programmer. I just had to close client, because my plugin was eating up 18 gigs of ram

git.sr.ht/~tho/profanity-playe

Hey @matt! Is this intentional? :D

>A full list of hidden or blocked domains is published below.

(there’s nothing below)

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@tromino @matt I play on a shitty thinkpad with no dedicated graphics card :(

@matt on a console you have to:

1. Buy a console
2. Buy a TV

Which kind of negates all the advantages

For those who are like me and don't have IPv6, this is an excellent alternative

sharedrop.io/

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