Some things that I have noticed since I quit #Facebook:
- My family still loves me and still talks to me
- Old friends from high-school still talk to me
- Old friends from college still talk to me
- I still meet new people
- I still make new friends
- I still shop at local businesses
- I'm still aware of events in my community
Huh, it's almost like I never needed Facebook in the first place.
Day one of revising quantitative reasoning: I seem to be improving as the day progresses.. let's hope I can keep this up #ukcat
So I've booked another exam, because clearly I hate myself. Roll on #ukcat
Well I survived. That's pretty much all I can say about sitting the #gamsat yesterday..
Felt like I would've been just as prepared if I had slept under a rock for the last 4 months.
It is time. #gamsat
Watching YouTube at speed X2 to cram ..it's pretty hilarious 😂 #gamsat
I've been silent as I have a massive exam coming up..and now it's two days away. This is so very surreal.
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Been without working heating and hot water for three-four days now. Our estate agents suck.
Boiler keeps overheating and seems the chap today did nothing. Any ideas as to what could be going on?!
There's a lot of customer culture attitude in Mastodon-the-community, where people treat Gargron and other devs, the instance admins, moderators, etc. like service workers. It's a spoiled, entitled attitude, where "the customer is always right" and it's okay to be abusive or demeaning to people providing a service when they don't give you what you want.
The fediverse isn't a corporate model. When you're rude or demeaning to someone here, you're being abusive to volunteers building a playground
Trust in the process //☯️🌱
Vegan. PhDing. Aspiring medic.
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