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jay @sixthhokage95@jubi.life

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hey now
you're a furry
get a collar
be
GAY

Well I have discovered that due to my anxiety and ADHD, deliberate induction of hypnotism is not a thing for me.
(yes this is about that awful Unspoil Me thing from Samsung)
(It probably wouldn't have worked for me anyway because I was wanting to forget a movie I'd absolutely hated)

@chosafine if you plan on dropping more things in it, it would certainly be helpful to get it in a podcast directory. trying to see if there even *was* a feed it was on so i could add it to my podcatcher (or just do a direct download otherwise) while I was on my phone at break was not a fun experience

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Because I live in fear that there exist people who don't know about this: godbolt.org/

Want to know what a compiler actually does with your code? Find out, with nice highlighting of sections! Supports C, C++, Haskell, Go, Swift, Rust, and various other languages.

See. Explore. Understand.

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capitalism is Show more

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Poverty Show more

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@chosafine takes 15 minutes to talk about the state of the podcast network.

Year 1: Thoughts

stipes.co/podcast/year-1-thoug

:stipeslogo:

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what is a body but cold brew and ibuprofen anyway

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Amazon, war on workers Show more

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on tech and privacy Show more

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on tech and privacy Show more

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evergreen reminder that if you're censoring something, use a solid rectangle larger than the text could be

(eg don't use any kind of brush or blur or distortion filter, just black/white/pink/whatever it out)

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back on my meta bullshit Show more

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back on my meta bullshit Show more

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WotC's Magic: The Gathering now officially supports inclusive singular 'they' on all cards, replacing all earlier occurrences of 'he or she'.
kotaku.com/magic-the-gathering

Even if they don't reprint the old cards, they've still officially gone through over 18,000 cards and updated the rules in an online reference database.

(I heard about it from someone here on masto but lost the post, sorry.)