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Mike Flugennock @flugennock@mastodon.social

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I showed El Sid the construction space today. I think they have all the cat-accessible gaps filled in. But I still wouldn't let him just wander around in there, so he sulked. ๐Ÿ›  :coolcat:

I can only hope that when the new sink's finally installed, it'll provide the same quality experience for him as the old one did.

That head bumping thing cats do when you hold your hand out to them.

Boost if you agree.

Fun With (U.S.) Liberals, Part 11 Show more

I nuked my disqus account yesterday. I think tumblr is not far behind.

[does victory lap]

Good-bye, tumblr. Good-bye, disqus. In the long run, it wasn't much fun. Well, not for me since I'm not in the ad biz. ๐Ÿ‘‹

[10 paragraph rant about assorted trolls and con artists goes here]

YouTube, I'll let you know when I'm too old to use a computer, but until then, I don't need you selecting a video for me. If I want to click on another video, I will use the mouse/trackpad/touchscreen to click on the next video. I don't want your stupid autoplay feature picking the next video for me.It's time to stop.

"The Distrust, It BUUURRRNNNSS"
at my cartoon blog

For something that's supposed to be a such a big hot, sloppy bucket of nothing, the infamous Nunes Memo sure has the Democrats screeching about how it's sowing "distrust" of institutions like the FBI... mastodon.social/media/yermYITY


For those of you "in the know", I don't have to explain the big anniversary coming up this summer.

For those of you who aren't, here's a quick introduction:

At Wikipedia: The Youth International Party

At Wikipedia: The 1968 Democratic National Convention protests

At The Anarchist Library: Revolution Towards A Free Society: Documents from Chicago 1968


"Jaws 2: This Time, It's Personal"

Just when Jeff Sessions thought it was safe to go back into the water...


"Morning Star."

From a series of 23:
Abstracted figures in black and bold primary color, making dance-like movements on a pastel background. Gouache on paper.

Honestly I can't fucking believe an article with the headline "Why tiny, weird online communities made a comeback in 2017" written by the Verge didn't mention Mastodon. Like, what. What?

I love the concept of "accidental renaissance". It's just... so good. Example: (photo by Joel Goodman)

"Russiagate Hangover"
The smoking guns turned out to be shooting blanks, the bombshells were duds, and the Mueller investigation's turning out to be a double nothingburger with extra cheese.