This will be one of the most memorable furry events of the year

tired: "gay" rainbow-lit cat
wired: g a y l i g h t i n g o t t e r

hot take, or, as i like to call it, "toasty posty"

Twitter, tweetdeck, and mastodon all have this annoying quality where I can't retain where I am on the timeline, which is the only reason left for me using hibernate all the time

Websites regularly crack down on legit producers of erotic content but don't crack down on spam bots. To give you a sense of their priorities

“Detective Pikachu, you’re a loose cannon! Why the hell did you think it was ok to use Thunder Shock on that criminal’s nuts?”

*Pikachu takes a long drag on a cigarette*

“It’s super effective”

I just noticed pictures can have a mouse over text pop up and I'm feeling a little uncomfortable with "weird flesh cube on desk"

@Gargron It's the Pokemon company realizing that those of us who grew up with the early Game Boy games are now old enough to want to watch something like this.

Asking someone a question is completely different from looking the answer up. Humans are able to contextualise questions, highlight the important bits and add any info from personal experience, as well as tailor the answer to the the asker and their situation. This can't be done with static information. Saying "just google it/lmgtfy/google is free sweaty" is not a valid or clever answer.

Having access to near limitless information is not the same as being part of a network of knowledge.

Replacing my power supply to upgrade my GPU lead to me losing my browsing sessions a couple times and I missed a bunch of stuff here

What's this cube thing about?

Actually, this is the month of Ottober. Please smash open clams accordingly.

The word "consumer" is so disempowering, as if by being an ordinary person, our one purpose in society is to buy what producers make for us. We all produce unquantifiable benefits for each other, even if it's just by being good company.

The onus isn't on the consumer to stop climate change. We just choose from whatever limited options the giant corporations make available to us. It's the businesses that need to be held accountable.

"Can you teach me to change shapes?"
"I wish I could," the shapeshifter said, "I wish everyone could try shapes until they found a few they like."
"A few?"
"Or maybe one. But most of us have a few we are really at home in."
"You're almost always a cat."
"It's one of what I am."

The main thing is that I can't figure out how to see different instances or look through things

I'm not joking either, I really still don't get it

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