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Stuff I like:
#dadjokes, especially those that make everyone else turn around in pain :)
getting new perspectives, e.g. from art
listening to #music
Stuff I am:
languages I speak/use:
hopefully esperanto, one day
hi -- are you part of an under-represented group looking for entry level remote work? limited computer knowledge *PREFERRED*!
I need assistance refining an installation procedure that is to be done by people with a CCNA/A+ level technical background.
The task is simply plugging the right cables into the right ports in the right order. the process is driven by a simple step-by-step app/website (under construction, with your input!)
"This is the future, I’m afraid. An automated future where no one actually knows how things work."
food, rights debates
When you say “I believe in women’s rights” you’re saying something like “I believe in the existence of bread” – it’s really self-evident.
However, by using the language of religion you’re lending credence to people who want to dispute women’s rights – it it’s a belief, it should be valid not to believe in it, right? Freedom of religion?
Don’t do that. Women’s rights are not up for debate. Don’t put them up for debate. Say “women’s rights are a thing” or something like that
The Sims Is A Good Lesson On How Priviledge Works (long)
In the Sims community there are “Legacy” playthroughs, where you try to get through 10 generations of one family. Gen 1 starts off with 1800 bucks, and has to build a home and start a family with that. I’ll be indexing from 1 as I write this, so Gen 1 = founding generation.
My founder originally started off in a small hut with enough room for a counter, a bench, a refrigerator, and a toilet. That was it. No trash can, no sink. She had to go to the gym to get showers.
When she had a kid, I had to delete the walls in order to afford a private bathroom and the necessities for him. Things slowly built up to the point where when he was a kid, she could afford walls for him and a small computer. It wasn’t until he was a teen that they could afford something that could be called a house. All the money she and her husband made went to necessities for him or for them to get promoted at work.
When he was old enough to get married, his wife had inherited all the belongings from her old family, which gave them enough to build a house to fit them, his parents, and a kid. This is the house generations 3-4 grew up in. Both generations went to college with enough money to not have to worry about getting a part-time job. From $5,000 in support in Gen 3 to $30,000. By the time Gen 5 rolled around, enough wealth had accumulated to afford an even bigger home. All the while each generation struggled less, so they could do more.
This is how wealth and power accumulate. It’s generational, but not enough families are lucky enough to get huge injections of cash via marriage like this family was. Most struggle for generation after generation, especially in the real world where equal opportunity is a sham.
Die offiziellen Wahlergebnisse von damals: http://www.wahlen-in-deutschland.de/wlLippe.htm
2. Level of CW: appreciation of Garlic (you don't have to agree with me over garlic, as I'd like to respect your potential strong dislike :))
Is there something like chewing gum with garlic taste?
I would like them with two options:
1. with mouth smelling, as this should mean I also have this awesome after-taste on my tounge.
2. with no mouth smelling, so I can enjoy the taste of garlic w/o having to fear I might be socially incompatible with my surroundings. :D
Tauschangebot "Qualityland" M.-U. Kling - gerne boosten
Tjoa, da hatte der Stromausfall tatsächlich dem EdgeRouter Lite den internen Storage zerbraten.
Aber - danke Ubiquiti - im Gehäuse ist einfach ein USB-Port mit Stick - aufgeschraubt, ersetzt, wieder zu, neu geflasht, fertig.
Wenn man seine Hardware nicht völlig kacke baut, kann sogar ein Noob wie ich sowas fixen :)
nolympia, ein erster Einduck, lang
tech/matrix (the film) pun
Thay should have used Lua instead. At least it would rock.
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