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I'd only seen the subtitled version, in the English dubs Lord Yupa is voiced by Patrick Stewart. After the first line: "wait, is that Patrick Stewart??"

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The name Nausicaä, borrowed from Homer's Odyssey, means "burner of ships" according to Wikipedia.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nausicaa

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Last night we watched Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) for the first time in a while and I discovered a few things I hadn't caught the first time around.

Last time I saw a car like this it was in a Richard Scarry book, and the worm driving it was having a busy day.

Unicoin ad placement on this WaPo article about @molly0xfff is maximum on-brand 2022

good job crypto-capitalists

what a time to be alive

"I HOPE THIS E-MAIL DOES NOT FIND YOU

I HOPE YOUR CHAIR HAS GROWN OVER WITH #MOSS

I HOPE A PLEASANT BUT UNOBSERVED BEAM OF LIGHT HITS YOUR DESK PERFECTLY THROUGH THE COLLAPSED CEILING

I HOPE THE SILENCE IS DEAFENING" Dan Sheeman, art by /u/lombardoink

A gas pump played me a fucking pro-pipeline political ad. The best part was it had an example of high gas prices that we’d see if we shut down this pipeline at 60 cents a gallon less than it presently is

“They had some of the cabbage that were in the pile” —the 3yo talking in her sleep

Okay so I Am Not A Lawyer but help me out here:

"No teacher, school employee, or other presenter shall discuss his [sic] own sexual orientation or gender identity with students in kindergarten through grade twelve."

So teachers aren't allowed to say whether they're male or female even if cisgender, right?

If the church wants to get people’s attention again, they should invest in what really matters:

1. Pipe organs
2. Pipe organ music
3. Patronage of pipe organ musicians
4. Just an enhanced overall focus on pipe organs

Someone in Texas thinks they have my email address and now I get random hardware store receipts. This is not spam, but rather “someone else’s ham.”

Death of an early internet implementor 

Rest in peace Dave Walden. He was an early ARPANET and Internet pioneer and Iwas incredibly helpful to me when I set out to blog about the first 365 RFCs. A kind and funny man.

Obituary: olsonparent.com/obituary/David

His wonderful website: walden-family.com/dave/

The book he edited on the history of BBN: walden-family.com/bbn/

He was also an important figure in the TeX community: walden-family.com/texland/

news, USpol, Roe v. Wade, background (maternal mortality, white supremacy) 

A bit of context on likely societal impacts of forced childbirth. The U.S. has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the industrialized world, and unlike other wealthy countries, the rate is rising, not falling: nytimes.com/2016/09/22/health/

"According to the CDC, black mothers in the U.S. die at three to four times the rate of white mothers, one of the widest of all racial disparities in women’s health…The disproportionate toll on African Americans is the main reason the U.S. maternal mortality rate is so much higher than that of other affluent countries." Like many racial disparities, it cuts across educational and income levels, too: "A 2016 analysis of five years of data [from NYC hospitals] found that black college-educated mothers who gave birth in local hospitals were more likely to suffer severe complications of pregnancy or childbirth than white women who never graduated from high school." propublica.org/article/nothing

For more background, see the rest of ProPublica's "Lost Mothers" series: propublica.org/series/lost-mot

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“Noto Emoji is an open source font that has you covered for all your emoji needs. With support for the latest Unicode emoji specification,(14.0). It has multiple weights and features 3,663 emojis.”
fonts.google.com/noto/specimen

migurski.tumblr.com/post/68300

Happy #InternationalWorkersDay!

Here's a collection of #MayDay posters from around the world, featuring a poster for a May Day rally in New York from the early 1950s.

twitter.com/jacobin/status/152

Happy International Workers Day! Are you thinking of organizing your workplace? DM me…

many remarkable things in the inaugural issue of the html review but i really recommend you find the time for "anonymous animal," a "15 minute durational browser poem" by @abundance that runs every hour on the hour thehtml.review/

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