I e-mailed customer service today to tell them they did a good job.
Customer service people are crapped on day in and day out.
I send them happy messages when they do a good job. You should too.
It makes them smile, trust me.
a camel furry and a snake scalie arguing about casing systems
No more debates. Debates are a lousy way to settle anything.
The schedule for the Larp Shack Festival of larps, which begins in 7 minutes here in Durham NC: https://www.dropbox.com/s/uzi29po26psa0dd/larp_shack_festival_2018_handout_public.pdf?dl=0
Social media whining, HILARIOUSLY negative Show more
So about 9 months on from when I stopped tweeting, I've lost contact with all but two people out of maybe dozens that I was in regular, more-than-just-acquaintance contact with.
In about a year it'll be like I never existed to them.
Kinda strange thinking that if you don't tweet, don't engage, people won't even notice your disappearance in the shuffle.
the vibe of masto varies widely from instance to instance and flagship probably isn't an optimal fit for most people.
I'd get more excited for cryptocurrency if we used it to replace rent with "micro-ownership" that countered the consolation of labor's value into the hands of non-laboring property owners.
(For the record, I'd rather move in the direction of more public ownership and of making such micromanagement pointless.)
I love my newest phone because I can have over 50 tabs open in Chrome without the whole phone grinding to a near halt.
"1 if by land, 2 if by sea, 3 if by air, 4 if by burrowing under the ground, 5 if by digital terrorism, 6 if they were here all along, 7 if by wormholes, 8 if the mode of transport is unknown, 9-16 reserved for client use, 16+ reserved for future ver"
"Paul. PAUL. Two is PLENTY."
The revolution will not be live-tweeted.
Is anyone in Toronto looking for a roommate for Feb 1st? I'm looking for a place.
@mala more seriously, there's actually a really interesting difference in conception around parenthood and family between people who were raised with those things as major bastions against oppressive structures (most racial minorities in america) vs those for whom their family is a major vector for their marginalization (most queer people).
I would be fascinated to read an anthropological study that contrasted the two, although you don't have to be a genius to see the way it's shaped communities+priorities