Team Fortress 2 source code leaked, ⚠️remote code execution exploits reported⚠️, why this is Bad For You The Gamer
To quote TechRadar's last paragraph:
"So, even if [Remote Code Execution] hasn't been actively confirmed, the fact that it's even a possibility in the present state of the game means that it's best avoided. If an attacker is able to pull it off, all of your data is potentially at risk."
Over 34k women, men, kids are trapped in overcrowded, unsanitary camps over 6x their capacity on #Greece Islands. Despite #COVID19, they have almost no access to water, soap, gloves & masks. They call for help and protection. @HRW@twitter.com’s new report #SOSMoria https://www.hrw.org/news/2020/04/22/greece-island-camps-not-prepared-covid-19
Neonazi Jack suspended The Jewish Worker for sharing this link to warn you of Atom Waffle members in your area. Now I will pin this link to my profile so you can find Atom Waffle members that are threatening your life by not being shot in the head.
Find Local Atom Waffle Members here, select user and enter the city you wish to search:
"feel-good" doesn't actually feel that good. "feel-good" is an absence of discomfort, or difficulty, or friction
transformative learning feels *good.* not all the time, and it is ALWAYS uncomfortable, but it's rewarding on a scale that avoiding the stressors of thinking about what awful patterns and goals and ideas you've taken on just can't be
"feel-good" is anaesthetizing. and, depending on the thing you're trying to avoid or the specifics of your context, maybe that's fine. maybe what you need, right now, is to not be so stressed out
but one of the bigger problems with "feel-good, please don't ever make me sit with my own discomfort" is that it makes you think you have a choice between "ignoring problems" and "feeling awful and scared all the time." but actually, ignoring problems makes you continue feeling awful and scared all the time, in the long-term
and when you stop ignoring problems and start working on them, it feels *good* and makes new pleasures. even the ugly problems
Your IP address tells websites and ad companies a lot more about you than you might realize.
My latest for the Startpage blog.
you might not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like
ok I learned about #ThirstAid and I think it's amazing.
People are supporting @hyperlink 's Mastodon Community Stimulus Redistribution ( https://www.gofundme.com/f/mastodon-community-stimulus-redistribution )
by offering sexy photos/drawings/stories as incentives.
This is, like, a new model of mutual aid manifesting organically, that would never happen on mainstream social media.
I want to help too! I donated already, but how about this:
If it gets to $25,000, I will post some gay centaur porn that I drew 👀
#GodotEngine game developer. profile picture by ScruffyTurtles.
he/him - leaning toward bi
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