Facts, though. http://www.threepanelsoul.com/comics/1564982827-651.png
I just signed a petition to ban routine infant genital cutting in the United States. I will always sign this petition, every time I see it, no matter how many times the government chooses to ignore it. You should too, if you want to live in a civilized society.
There is no realizable power that man cannot, in time, fashion the tools
to attain, nor any power so secure that the naked ape will not abuse it.
So it is written in the genetic cards -- only physics and war hold him in
check. And also the wife who wants him home by five, of course.
-- Encyclopadia Apocryphia, 1990 ed.
I am having a hard time putting a label on myself too.
I always ending to up with the fact that almost every system can be good - but the greed of humanity does make it impossible
I hate #poitics, I find #anarchism unpaletable and often unproductive, and I even have difficulty fully identifying with #libertarianism. I don't believe one's views can be easily expressed with a single label. However, I'm often asked my position, and I've come up with a way to summarize it:
"The ideal government is one which facilitates voluntary collaboration. If such a state can not be made, it is our responsibility to resist all states."
Lemme know what you think. #3amThoughts
Isn't it interesting that "man," by itself, can mean "manservant," in the same way that "maid" by itself can also mean "maidservant?" I am a man, but if I am somebody else's man that makes me also their servant. What a difference a language makes.
Is it not also remarkable that it is acceptable to refer to a husband as "my man" or "her man," but it is not acceptable to refer to a wife as "my woman" or "his woman?"
Okay, so this coolguy posts the source code for the Apollo 11 Guidance Computer on GitHub:
This dumb bitch opens an Issue suggesting in the most irritating possible way that they give it a Code of Conduct: https://github.com/chrislgarry/Apollo-11/issues/411
Everyone's like "um, this code is literally fifty years old. What the hell?"
Apparently she just spams the Contributor Covenant to any GitHub project she sees and complains on Twitter whenever anyone says no XD
Of Google's growing #monopoly on #Internet services expressed through their dominance of the web browser market, and the importance of #opensource software. http://blairreeves.me/2019/08/20/the-browser-monopoly/
This isn't 100% accurate; private browsing modes and tabbed browsing predate Google Chrome by a lot, but the author still nails a lot of Google's sneaky business tactics and dismissive approach to online privacy.
I wrote a brief blog post about the history of the English language, one of the longest words in it, and the controversy surrounding #Shakespeare and the authorship of his plays.
Hacker Tip: Just because a joke license plate seems funny doesn't mean it's a good idea.
I had an AI write a blog post / article for me. 😉️ What could go wrong? Well it spit out this masterpiece. Enjoy! 🙈️
Phew. I got control over my Hover account back. I would have been really sad to see it go. Despite my panicking earlier about losing my domains, they're honestly a great service. If anyone's looking for a domain name registrar, feel free to use my referral link for $2 off your first purchase, and you'll be helping a brother out ;-)
Truth? A lasting jape. Hide it. WS.
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