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Transcription software went a little haywire... this is not what the person said at all but it made me laugh and I needed a laugh:

"But yeah, my son, the web was quite the thing."

Skipping ahead to web 4.0.

It's spun by mutant post-apocalyptic spiders.

i have logged over 400 hours of Age of Empires, successfully completing the Napoleonic campaign on highest difficulty multiple times. here is my Russian invasion plan:

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Transcription software went a little haywire... this is not what the person said at all but it made me laugh and I needed a laugh:

"But yeah, my son, the web was quite the thing."

did a great job having a breakdown today over what I should work on next and whether working too much on X and not [couldn't think of a better thing to work on] would mean that I wasn't doing a good job.

...nice job brain. Nice. Like, just do the work that'll have to be done at some point.

my latest favorite entry in the "unexpected critiques of the WPA" is that because so many WPA workers were engaged in library book repair, this caused the commercial binderies to absolutely FREAK out

Dreamed you had to turn in a nice copy of your thesis/dissertation and a version that was shredded.

This checks out.

Don't you understand, online font generators, I don't want to browse your fonts: I want to type in the text I need fonted up and then use the results as reference for my drawing for free, it's very simple

Welp, gonna go work out and read about how selling people's prayers is a business, again...

...I mean traditional prayer chains are hella gossipy, but at least they're not data mining you.

buzzfeednews.com/article/emily

πŸ”– Nothing Sacred: These Apps Reserve The Right To Sell Your Prayers: Prominent venture capitalists are flocking to invest in Christian worship apps. The apps say users’ prayers are a business asset. | Buzzfeed News buzzfeednews.com/article/emily

Turns out platypuses glow under a black light

When you thought that weird otter duck couldn't get any weirder

infrastructure week: bridge weight restrictions explainer 

The bill has a proposal to fix the bridges that have especially low weight restrictions because they need repair. transportation.gov/briefing-ro

The tweet was hella poor phrasing from whoever's doing PR, obviously.

But it's like my saying "when we can stop putting the bucket under the leak" and meaning "because we fixed the roof" not "let's stop putting buckets under leaks"

chuds: "trigger warnings are ruining media and a sign that society is getting soft"

Chaucer, in Þe Olden Times:

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