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When you're drinking a can of soda, and you hold the can low near the bottom. Then you take a tiny sip and turn to smile at nothing because you pretend you're in Pepsi commercial.

I'm going to start a 30-day challenge where everyday I start a new 30-day challenge. By day 30, I'm going to have so many things to do.

We're still just cruising along in the middle of a global pandemic, with uncprecented levels of unemployment, and and the only thing more relentless are all these rich people spamming me, begging for my money. So out of touch.

2020 suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucks

I thought of the ultimate fitness lifehack. Save a month's worth of PTO days then go on vacation. Prior to vacation, apply for seasonal work at an Amazon Fulfillment Center. Work there for the month, earning extra income while walking like 25 miles a day.

I wanted to play an April Fools day trick at work, but due to the current situation I wasn't sure if it would be a good idea. So I changed the font on the DevOps website/Artifact repo to Comic Sans MS and changed any references of 'DevOps' to 'DevOops'.

My favorite part of the planning stage of a new startup idea is seeing a better executed version of my idea on Hacker News a few days into it.

If Bloomberg taught us anything, it's that it isn't really that easy to buy yourself into politics.

This video for the song "Sundown" by Jack Harlow is a fun watch. (Might be NSFW due to explicit lyrics)

If you use the virtual KVM software Barrier¹ on Windows and your "monitors" can't connect:

On the server, go to SysTray and open the Barrier context menu. Select "Show Log". If you see a steady stream of "ERROR: ipc connection error, connection refused" it means the service is stopped.

Run `Start-Service Barrier` in Powershell as (Admin). Confirm it's running with `Get-Service Barrier`.


At this point you can just Google stock replies.

- rape figures exaggerated, and result from different legal definitions.

- 630 bombings is a work of fiction. The actual numbers are generated in a large part by right wing extremists.

... so the right wing are literally planting bombs and then saying the problem is Socialism.


- Lastly, 'hospitals overwhelmed', which apparently is caused by socialism. Zero evidence.

This entire tweet is cancer.

Hey remember when NPR, MSNBC, and the like kept pushing the line that undocumented immigrants actually pay more in taxes than the average American? So why all the hubabaloo over not letting people immigrate to the US if they're just going to come here and be on public assistance?

So often when I'm filling out my time card, I'm shocked to realize I only got one or two things accomplished in 8 hours. The real problem is my entire day was spent trying to focus on a specific set of tasks while constantly being interrupted with questions that seemingly only I can answer. It's like I appreciate the confidence sometimes, but come on. It's mentally exhausting. I suppose. 🤷‍♂️

Anyone who was claiming Trump was an oligarch better be screaming now that Bloomberg is literally buying the Democratic primary.

@fewl according to is a singer who joined the band in #2007:

(Him being Filipino would also explain why he didn't speak Japanese to the crowd in this concert 😏)

It's an excellent performance regardless, and if they keep replacing band members with younger ones, they can rename themselves to Eternal Journey 😅

I had no idea Journey's new singer was a Japanese guy. His version is awesome as the original.

Watch "Journey - Don't Stop Believin' (Live In Japan 2017: Escape + Frontiers)" on YouTube

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