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So I know it’s supposed to be an arm, but those language be dummy thicc

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Me when I try to follow a tutorial online without reading through it first

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Quantum mechanics challenges the idea that spacetime in static so you may be right. Then again, we really don’t know enough to be sure

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From the moment I understood the weakness of my flesh, it disgusted me. I craved the strength and certainty of steel. I aspired to the purity of the Blessed Machine. Your kind cling to your flesh, as though it will not decay and fail you. One day the crude biomass you call the temple will wither, and you will beg my kind to save you. But I am already saved, for the Machine is immortal… Even in death I serve the Omnissiah

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Pocketpair releasing Palworld into Early Access when Craftopia is still in Early Access leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth

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It’s interesting that’s coming from Deseret News, which is a publication owned by the Mormon church

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I realize it was supposed to be dear, but the only thing I could think of at first was pig

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I comment a lot but seldom post. As stated a few times, I don’t feel I have much to contribute post-wise

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This reminds me of an old Japanese folktale

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Fuck Texas Instruments. All my homies hate Texas Instruments

Seriously trying to charge $100 for a calculator running 50-year-old hardware (the ti-84’s CPU, the zilog z80 was created in 1976). Fucking ridiculous

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I mean to each their own but all I’ve seen in this post from you is just negativity with very little knowledge. You shit on games while knowing very little about them, which is kind of sad

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it’s a niche game that i know little about, have no interest in, and definitely am not going to shell out money for; he’s bitter that I don’t care and I’m not impressed that a franchise older than I am shat out another entry.

This you? This was what I was referring to when I was saying you were being negative. You knew basically nothing about the franchise and yet automatically assume it’s shit. For the record, neither do I, but I don’t make judgements based off of zero evidence

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Dude with how much vitriol you’re responding to people with it’s pretty clear you’re the thin-skinned one.

And street fighter 5 came out 8 years ago, so I’m not really sure what you mean by shitting one out every year

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That’s fair actually. I was looking at a release timeline of their main entries, not including remasters or the various re-releases.

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I think you missed the OP’s point about the ongoing enshitification of paid services. From the words of Gabe Newell, "The easiest way to stop piracy is not by putting antipiracy technology to work. It’s by giving those people a service that’s better than what they’re receiving from the pirates.”

The reason why so many people are pirating even when they can afford it is because companies continue to make their services worse for their paying customers. Simply “paying for your content” will encourage these companies to continue their predatory, behavior.

Edit: I think I should add this isn’t really true if you can buy physical copies of the content, but that’s becoming less and less of an option as large streaming services make sure the only way to watch their content legally is buying their shitty subscriptions

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To be fair, I think it’s important to examine the social trends that influence people’s body images and contribute to them wanting to get a lot of plastic surgery done. I don’t think that’s healthy and it’s a lot more complicated than just “looking how they want”

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I mean given that mental health issues stemming from unrealistic body standards is an epidemic at this point, yeah I’d say so

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I mean technically among us has been out since June 2018. This message would be before even then though

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I started messing around with Linux when I was ~15. I was trying to install it on an old laptop so I could actually use it. I started with Debian before moving to Linux mint. Eventually I bought a raspberry pi and started to tinker with that and made my own website for shits and giggles. Eventually, I kinda stopped tinkering with Linux for a while

Flash forward a few years and my job has a piece of software that boots into a live gentoo environment in order to perform hard drive wiping, and I got a lot more familiar with the Linux command line (bash in this case) as I had to do a lot of troubleshooting as well as testing as I was in technical support and then later QA. This was also my first experience with VI, as I had to edit configuration files while inside of the live environment.

At that point, I started to experiment with Linux again, and even managed to install arch on my laptop. I did end up switching to Manjaro as my daily driver, as I couldn’t be assed to spend enough time to get arch working how I needed. I also now have an Ubuntu server (I know) that I use as a media and game server, and continue to daily drive manjaro though I’m planning on switching to EndeavorOS soon.

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