@tripofmice me too, i think they're good
nyc bike(share) tales, pt 2
and then not one but TWO citibike racks near my destination were completely filled, so I had to circle around downtown brooklyn to find one with an empty spot. normally my bike commute is ~3mi, ~20min but today it ended up being like ~5mi, ~40min :( oh I forgot to mention there was a headwind the whole way and the plastic sheet that protects the upper back wheel on most of those citibikes sorta acts like a sail you have to constantly tack against
nyc bike(share) tales
the citibike rack nearest my apt was empty so I had to use the next nearest—adding 0.5mi to my route; no big deal but also got nearly sideswiped by an aggro delivery truck AND a cyclist wearing noise-cancelling headphones (?!) in the span of 15 seconds; DeKalb was a wunderkammer of Things That Can Block Bike Lanes (fedex, cement truck, cop car, ambulance, idling uber); willoughby was (as usual) a pothole-filled mountain bike challenge course but with 9-to-5ers trying to park
@hirojin not sure if this is tongue in cheek or not, sorry—would it be helpful for me to cw in the future? (this kind of thing is pretty much the entirety of my practice...)
@callie oh no :(
I am glad that Tokyo Mirage Sessions got a Switch port. apparently I am one of like seven people to have played it on the Wii U and I remember my time with it fondly! gameplay-wise it's essentially a Persona game, so recommended if you're into that kind of thing http://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/nintendo-switch/tokyo_mirage_sessions_fe_encore bonus on the switch is being able to skip the repetitive battle animations, though by the end of my Wii U playthrough I had convinced myself that these were not "useless filler" but in fact "meditative"
@apocheir from what I can gather, the main difference is that the first thing is good and the second thing is bad and you can pay AWS a monthly fee so that your bad thing is actually a good thing
@bcj today is somehow the first time this term crossed my path! it's pretty weird and bad
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