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i love meeting new crows.

they've heard the stories about me, who leaves peanuts and never harms a crow, and so they swoop down to the ground thinking they know the deal. breadlady gives peanuts when she sees you, right?

and then she SEES YOU and you're a tiny black bird only so much larger than this giant's hand, and its eyes are TRACKING YOU, its TEETH are SHOWING. the crow thinks OH MY GOD, AM I GOING TO DIE

so they back off to about thirteen feet and i toss them a peanut

What planet is in what house and how can I blame it for my posts today.

go ahead wreck my notifications again. you won't, you cowards

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I want scifi films in which there is a vibrant, detailed, complex universe with plenty of background lore, but is about, say, a teenage girl finding her lost cat, or a group of socially awkward queers starting a band, or middle aged single homos finding love, or a pair of friends (one human and one alien) going on a camping trip where nothing bad happens.

this one has some promise in my regular repertoire. i bailed on the high note in the final chorus but whatever i learned this song a few hours ago and i'm a fucking amateur

anyway here's a fifth dimensional genderoid object (me) doing a rendition of emma wallace's "stay with me tonight"

software architecture question, distributed clocks 

i know that this is a Very Hard Problem and i am prepared for Complex Solutions

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software architecture question, distributed clocks 

say that i have a p2p chat application

whose clock do i trust to order messages?

thinking about Spiders-Man, an alternate-reality version of spiderman where he is just a humanoid mass of spiders

selfie, ec 

i think it is cool actually, awesome in fact, that i can casually curl my hair by twirling it. nbd

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