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i'm getting so tired of these stupid fucking mood swings
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and your bipolar illness, it comes and it goes
The server hosting it is tiny so please don't hug it to death.
Still not convinced? How about a stupid slogan:
"Why wait 'til tomorrow? go-fed.today!"
what the Hell there's a sequel to we know the devil? https://store.steampowered.com/app/836450/Heaven_Will_Be_Mine/
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last night was hell but chocolate cookies will fix me probably
What I Would Tell My 20YO Self:
-Avoid snacks, soda, and processed carbs.
-Get in the habit of going to the gym.
-Dental visits, every six months.
-Learn how money works. Start investing.
-Understanding people and organizations is as important as knowing your discipline.
-Learn to spot abusive/toxic organizations and people, and avoid them.
-There are so many good, moral people in the world. Choose your friends from among them.
-Always be working toward something.
Forget #Bitcoin, Litecoin, Etherium etc... We should switch our currency to potatoes
- Works in any century as a medium of exchange
- Delicious and healthy
- Inherently shows proof of work
- Best of all, hacker proof (unless you own a knife)
I made a list of resources on the Spanish Revolution a year ago. Since the anniversary was yesterday, I thought I'd post it here.
RT @BryanDisagrees@twitter.com: Cops broke an Amazon striker’s teeth. This was the company’s response https://gizmodo.com/amazon-warehouse-strike-in-spain-reportedly-results-in-1827676740
non sono una primitivista, e anche se ci scherzo e un po' ci spero non mi aspetto davvero un'apocalisse, MA voglio essere padrona delle tecniche di base, prima che si estingua l'ultimo che sa fare le conserve senza conservanti o che sa gestire una patata pinzita.
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Call of Duty: Balls of Weed
I just came upon this article from Linux.com, published seven years ago. It's amazing how dated the article feels to read.
moved to @email@example.com
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