All non binary people are lovely and valid, but man, people who physically pass as nb are on another level. Like when you look at them and
you just draw a blank on their gender. Amazing.
Link 12:54 a.m. May 31, 2021, UTC-7

America might be close to being able to support a post-work society, but there are a lot of countries that are not, and so I can't in good
conscience support laziness.
Link 10:02 p.m. May 30, 2021, UTC-7

Even Lewis reporting a bug to the live editor like it's 2015, so cute.
Link 2:55 p.m. May 30, 2021, UTC-7

I have a bad habit of posting quotes here unattributed,
most often because context doesn't matter compared to the power of the words. For example, this quote,, ("You may be looking at the last person in America not online") sounds so fricking good. But it also means that I'm trusting myself to remember where the quote came from. I've been racking my brain, and I can't remember who the Last Person in America Not Online is. It's not indexed by Google (except for this page). Nothing in my browser history from that day is promising. (Except for me searching for that phrase?) Yet the quote was definitely written out online in some context. (Probably an image posted to Reddit, then?) The Internet is a weird place.
Link 2:12 p.m. May 30, 2021, UTC-7

“Jesus said, ‘If my followers remain quiet, the very stones will cry out.’”
-Luke 19:40, paraphrased
Link 11:06 a.m. May 30, 2021, UTC-7

I just want to be alone.
Link 9:50 a.m. May 30, 2021, UTC-7

I can't survive in this world of other people.
Link 8:49 p.m. May 29, 2021, UTC-7

One of these days, someone is going to punch me because I don’t want to talk to them.
Link 12:51 p.m. May 29, 2021, UTC-7

WHY. WHY. Why can't we make software that works!! !1‽‽‽? Please! Someone explain to me! There's a bug open in MultiMC that has been open for
2 years! And there's a PR that will fix it open on Github and the maintainer won't merge it! Because they insist that it's Apple's fault and not their fault and they shouldn't have to fix their application. And I just want to be able to CLICK the BUTTON in MultiMC without the application freezing!!!!! I'm so done. I want to delete the KA Extension but Luke won't let me. Because I'm part of the problem. My code is awful garbage too! Please.
Link 10:35 p.m. May 28, 2021, UTC-7

I would never buy cryptocurrency, please.
All my XMR is mined myself.
Link 10:21 a.m. May 28, 2021, UTC-7

I like doing weird things.
Link 7:07 p.m. May 27, 2021, UTC-7

When I say I have poor time management skills, what it means that I have an executive functioning issue.
"When I say I'm insane, what it means is that I have bad time management skills.":
Link 12:46 a.m. May 27, 2021, UTC-7

Thinking of the Bill Wurtz quote, ‘insanity is a skill I have’
You have to be able to push yourself. But you also have to know when to push yourself. Edit:
Link 12:43 a.m. May 27, 2021, UTC-7

Why would anyone text me? Why would anyone tell me what was going on?
Link 7:53 p.m. May 26, 2021, UTC-7

I am not a dog; I am a sheep.
Link 2:27 p.m. May 26, 2021, UTC-7

Please read all of this website: Please. It's such a fricking trip.
Link 9:41 p.m. May 25, 2021, UTC-7

Game of Thrones was on track to be one of the greatest TV shows of all time.
Link 11:11 a.m. May 25, 2021, UTC-7

Didn't realize I was like 2 weeks behind on emails :/
Link 11:12 p.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

I just finished the second Mistborn. My Dad was like, 'no it doesn't end on a cliffhanger.' Sanderson, in the last chapter:
everything we know is a lie we just accidentally unleashed an unknown evil on the land please buy book 3 if you want any answers :)
Link 9:36 p.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

Sometimes you have to do dumb things.
Link 9:13 p.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

On people who watch Minecraft Youtube videos: "Many of the viewers are North American schoolchildren in the 10-13 age range, a lot of them
are behaviorally challenged, and the majority are dealing with some form of parental neglect." 42 votes, 2 awards. Posted by the moderator a subreddit about a Minecraft Youtube series. Like, that is something you say. You can say 'most people who watch Minecraft videos are abused, autistic, children.' I'm struggling here.
Link 1:32 p.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

Going to the dentist. Hopefully they let me keep my tongue.
Link 11:02 a.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

Just remembered that the GRIBFILEs existed. Man. What drugs was Ethan on?
I'm still waiting for Ethan to fulfill his duty, and give us GRIBFILE 2.
Link 10:36 a.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

I forget sometimes that Mac has spotlight and I can use it search for files in a pre-indexed way. I try to craft complicated `find` commands
Link 10:16 a.m. May 24, 2021, UTC-7

Get on my level
A screenshot of the Minecraft mouse sensitivity setting at 8%.
Link 9:43 p.m. May 23, 2021, UTC-7

It's impossible to update Django. I'm switching to storing user data in files, writing scripts in lisp, and running them with werc.
Link 9:35 p.m. May 23, 2021, UTC-7

Honestly, so many bugs and issues that I can avoid by re-installing all macOS shell utilities through brew. Bye bye 2016 `less`.
Link 10:47 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

This is a healthy backup schedule, right?
``` $ l -1 backups 2017-06-30.sql 2017-08-24.sql 2019-02-10.sql 2019-04-14.sql 2019-06-04.sql 2019-06-05_1.sql 2019-06-05_2.sql 2019-06-05_3.sql 2021-05-23.sql ```
Link 9:42 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

There's *always* a temptation to group files by type, and I've just never found it to be a good idea. It makes the code easy, sure, but it's
more intuitive to have files that relate to each other in the same place, rather than with files of the same type, that might have completely different content. Like you shouldn't put your images in one folder and your text in another. You should make one folder for each post, and have the images and text for that post in it.
Link 9:31 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

I have 3 SSH connections open to Luther* right now.
*my Linode server, which hosts OJSE as well as other things, like Discord bots and this website.
Link 9:27 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

It will be cool when humanity finally achieves wireless printing.
Link 9:16 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

About a week or two ago I started running all my web traffic through an SSH proxy tunnel. It's surprising nice to know just that my IP can't
be used to track my location. It hasn't noticeably affected my internet speed either, but I have fast internet.
Link 8:56 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

I feel taller here because of the higher elevation. It means Earth's gravity is weaker. It means I have more space.
Link 8:32 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-7

“Happy Timezone”
Link 12:30 p.m. May 22, 2021, UTC-4

Yeah, so I just found that on paper, not sure when I wrote it, probably a month or two ago.
Link 8:47 p.m. May 21, 2021, UTC-4

This is an exercise. An exercise in pain. An exercise in art.
Multitasking, focused, ignoring. 2 things at once. Under stimulated. Overstimulated. Bored, lonely, scared, uncomfortable. Flying through nothing, unmoving. Unthinking. I cannot, in light of my overwhelming pride, allow myself to think other people's thoughts. I cannot listen. Two things at once. Overthinking. Slow. They're slow. They talk about nothing. The brain. Liminal. "It's not just easy." This is an exercise in pain. Conciseness. Flow. Always moving, throbbing, pushing forward. Moving where? Why can't we teleport there? Stop the beating around the brush, the repetition, the pain. The why! I want the why. I want depth, not this endless breadth. This endless, unmoving, breadth. I've run out of energy to argue, to question; I just ignore. It gets harder, but instead of moving faster, it moves slower.
Link 8:47 p.m. May 21, 2021, UTC-4

Girl I just found the most high quality emo rant, give me a second to transcribe it.
Link 8:40 p.m. May 21, 2021, UTC-4

I don’t think I’ve been in a pool or other body of water in like, at least a year.
Link 4:42 p.m. May 20, 2021, UTC-4

“emphasising the composition of generic and reusable (pure value returning) library functions” *reimplements Haskell in JS*
I had to see this, so you do too. Some of the worst JS I’ve ever seen. I can’t fall asleep, it’s scaring me. Why would you reimplement the Haskell standard library in JavaScript??? Are pure functions that important to you? Is partial application of function arguments worth creating a syntax for calling functions that I’ve never seen before? (It would be slightly better if you were using the ES7 `|>`.) If you care that much, allow me to point you to some excellent functional languages that compile to JS (Elm, OCaml). Ah, you say, ‘but what about when I have an infinitely long list (represented by this generator function), then the JS standard library is useless.’ Infinitely long lists aren’t a thing, I don’t care, go outside.
Link 2:35 a.m. May 20, 2021, UTC-4

I think the relation that AJR describes in "Joe" is perhaps more universally found in with regard to a parent or older sibling.
"Always down to hang, he had no time" -Joe, AJR
Link 9:34 p.m. May 18, 2021, UTC-4

2 of my currently open tabs: Wikipedia, on Executive dysfunction, and, which I just used to schedule my night.
Link 9:07 p.m. May 18, 2021, UTC-4

No energy, no thoughts.
Link 4:49 p.m. May 18, 2021, UTC-4

The Count of Monte Cristo: *makes a philosophical comment*
*Paraphrase from Chapter 48: Ideology* Villefort, the King's Attorney, responsible for overseeing the courts of France: Why do you philosophize. If I, like you, had nothing better to do, I would do something more interesting. The Count: Do you really think you have better things to do? Villefort, shaken: Perhaps, since you have spent so much time in countries less civilized than France, you are unfamiliar with our justice system. (Okay, Villefort is more racist in the book.) The Count: In fact, I have made a philosophical examination of the justice systems of all the countries of the world. I find that those more primitive nations, which use the law of retaliation, do better a better job of achieving justice, as measured against the law of God. Human inventions march from complex to simple, and simplicity is always perfection. So perhaps then you will have nothing to do. Villefort: Maybe so, but until then, I spend a lot of time studying our complicated laws. The Count: Sure, you might know the laws of France, but I also know the laws of the Enlgish, Turkish, Japanese, and Hindu. And so I'm right in saying that you haven't done anything, since I've done so much more relative to you. (I can't handle this book. It's all like this, you have to parse the 1800s grammar, but then it's just The Count roasting the hell out of everyone. Nothing advances the plot, it's just The Count toying with his food. It's not subtle at all.) The Count: "I see that in spite of [your] a superior man, you look at everything from the...most narrow view which it is possible for human understanding to embrace." Villefort: Waht (It keeps going. I can't! The Count is like, I'm the enlightened of God, and Villefort gets sassy with him.) Villefort: "Excuse me if I was unaware that I should meet with a person whose knowledge so far surpasses the usual knowledge and understanding of men." It's rare for "us corrupted wretches of civilization" to get to meet someone like you. The Count: Really, you couldn't tell I was special? I thought you were a discerning person. (That's how I paraphrased it. The text is "do you never use your eyes?") (The Count alludes to angels here.) Villefort: So you believe in angles of God. The Count: Of course, I am one. (I have to cut The Count's monologue here. If you want to read it, I'll happily send you a picture. The highlight is "What men call the chances of fate—namely ruin, change, circumstance—I have fully anticipated.") Villefort: So then you're the only perfect person? The Count: "No, not perfect, only impenetrable." (It keeps going! I have to stop here. It's your loss that you don't get to hear about how The Count sold his soul to Devil to become the hand of God.)
Link 3:43 p.m. May 18, 2021, UTC-4

"unwin the underbracket. crown the underchampions."
Link 1:43 p.m. May 18, 2021, UTC-4

Started filling out the form to make an appointment with a counselor, before giving up, for the 4th time.
Hm, almost like I have an executive functioning issue. Maybe I should talk to a councilor about that.
Link 3:04 a.m. May 17, 2021, UTC-4

I'm sick of Hugo and want to go back to Jekyll but the <10ms compile times are addicting. Jekyll feels like I'm compiling C now.
Link 1:22 a.m. May 17, 2021, UTC-4

Who's hyped for this season of Blaseball!!?
Link 11:48 p.m. May 16, 2021, UTC-4

An image of large text reading "@joehills: laugh at me"
Link 11:47 p.m. May 16, 2021, UTC-4

I am so fricking done! Can we just, as a community of programmers, slow the frick down! And fix some bloody bugs!!!!!
Software doesn't have to have bugs. It is possible to make bug free software. And yet! EVERY SINGLE PROGRAM has bugs. Please!
Link 10:42 p.m. May 16, 2021, UTC-4

Man I hate small plants. I love big plants. Huge plants! Trees! Let the plants grow.
Link 1:44 a.m. May 16, 2021, UTC-4

“You May Be Looking At The Last Person In America Not Online”
Link 10:46 p.m. May 15, 2021, UTC-4

Is it possible to enjoy being slapped in the face?
Link 12:15 a.m. May 15, 2021, UTC-4

Fear makes people do some wack things.
Link 10:37 p.m. May 14, 2021, UTC-4

Oh my word my brain is so slow.
Link 10:07 p.m. May 14, 2021, UTC-4

The mere act of summarizing or omitting information can be problematic.
60 Minutes cut an interview with DeSantis in a way that has caused me to re-lose a fair amount of faith in the main-stream media. (I really don't like PolitiFact's "If Your Time is Short," I recommend skipping down and reading both transcripts.) I couldn't find clips from either 60 Minutes or The Florida Channel that were free from biased analysis, but I recommend watching the full clips if you can. The media has not learned from their poor coverage of Trump and is continuing to value a narrative over sharing facts. Please just give me the facts and let me decide for myself. I will continue to reject headlines at face value.
Link 4:36 p.m. May 14, 2021, UTC-4

I think fungi are neat and we should allocate a large portion of the U.S. military budget to studying them.
I have said previously, that I would not be willing to work for the U.S. military in any capacity. I would make an exception if they paid me to study fungi.
Link 4:23 p.m. May 14, 2021, UTC-4

Link 12:48 a.m. May 14, 2021, UTC-4

Oh my word, I want a Thomas-the-Train-universe, dark, possibly horror, story, about a train that figured out how to leave the track.
Link 12:11 a.m. May 14, 2021, UTC-4

I say I'm not ambitious, but that's a lie. I'm way too ambitious. I want to do so much. But I also know I can't do one-tenth of the things I
want to do, so I stop myself, and moreover, I hide that I want to those things.
Link 4:28 p.m. May 13, 2021, UTC-4

I'm relaxed.
Link 1:59 a.m. May 13, 2021, UTC-4

"When I program in other languages, even ones I know well, I feel like I’ve flown to Jupiter. Gravity is so strong that every step is a
struggle. In Lisp, you can dance."
Link 1:57 a.m. May 13, 2021, UTC-4

“I want a vaccine, but what I want even more are magic beans I can plant in my arm that will grow into a beanstalk my sons can climb if
they ever run out of hope.”
Link 1:50 a.m. May 13, 2021, UTC-4

"a testament to the vast indifference of humanity"
Link 12:07 a.m. May 13, 2021, UTC-4

"we never talk about [our high IQ] and even refused to become members of the MENSA"
Link 4:24 p.m. May 12, 2021, UTC-4

People think weighted averages are difficult. I love weighted averages, I can do them in my sleep.
Link 10:32 p.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

Isn't it strange how the form of something is different from its content?
Link 3:59 p.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

Because labels can lie and time is an illusion.
Link 3:50 p.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

I want to tell stories. I want to feel.
Link 3:26 p.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

I had a form I needed to fill out that I didn’t want to fill out, so stayed awake until now. Yeah. The form is done and I will now sleep.
Link 4:52 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

The problem with defining insanity is that it implies a statistically significant deviation from the norm. This requires defining not just
the norm, but also the standard or acceptable deviation from it.
Link 4:51 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

I'm going to be okay. I don't need, like, sleep.
Link 4:44 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

Like, on one hand, I know I'm not a bad person. On the other hand, bad people don't think that they're bad people.
Link 4:05 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

I don't even know what I'm procrastinating from doing anymore. I think there was like a form I needed to fill out or something.
Link 3:47 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

I'm like, IDEs are so bad and inflexible, but like, I want to leave my `<p>` unclosed for humorous and rhetorical reasons.
Link 3:15 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

"When one ceases to feel, I am of the opinion one should keep quiet." "I do not take particular note of the empty moments of my life"
"The first sentence will come spontaneously, so compelling is the truth" -The Surrealist Manifesto
Link 2:49 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

I am re-reading but a few chapters of *The Count of Monte Cristo*. It cannot handle it, this was a mistake.
Morrel is like 'death before dishonor', and picks up a pistol to kill himself. His son walks in, 'what horrible violence is the pistol for?' Morrel: 'We have no money. Our debts will not be paid and the name of Morrel will be dishonored!' His son: "You are right father; I understand you." "There is one for you and one for me—thanks!" You can't make this stuff up. The book is fricking wild.
Link 2:21 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

Everything is a tweet. My posts on Mastodon: tweets. My posts here: tweets. Funny Tumblr posts screencapped and posted to Reddit: tweets.
Link 1:12 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

The internet owes me more than an apology.
Send Tweet.
Link 12:24 a.m. May 11, 2021, UTC-4

Maybe my cookies just need someone to sit and watch them while they bake. Maybe they’re lonely. Maybe they’re overcooked.
Link 4:14 p.m. May 10, 2021, UTC-4

Ah, my nemesis, the chocolate chip cookie, has defeated me for a fourth time.
I’m being dramatic of course, they’re not bad. They’re just not flat like I want them to be. Maybe my standards are too high. But the pictures from the recipe I’m following end up with fricking pancakes, and I have these domes of cookie. Maybe my expectations are too high.
Link 4:11 p.m. May 10, 2021, UTC-4

Not me, casually sleeping for 12 hours.
Link 12:37 p.m. May 10, 2021, UTC-4

I float.
(This is my first time uploading audio here, hopefully everything works.)
I operate in a realm unknowable to most people. I float inbetween the internet and real life and sleep and death and fantasy and any number of infinite realities
Link 12:22 a.m. May 10, 2021, UTC-4

I’m envious of artists.
Link 12:17 a.m. May 10, 2021, UTC-4

I am obsessed with PDFs. Like, they're just so fricking there.
Link 11:46 p.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

My life goal is to be the statue from "The Statue Got Me High." Just a monolith of stone that intoxicates people and then disintegrates them
Link 11:37 p.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

Thinking about Mr. Right (2015). Talk about a movie.
The trailer almost doesn't do it justice because it spoils everything, and it doesn't have the right pacing. It's almost Douglass-Adams-esque, in that it jumps around wildly, but it flows between pieces well. As opposed to Dirk Gently (ooof, I can't really pull in a Douglass-Adams work as my "as-opposed-to." Screw it, I mean the TV show, I haven't read the book.) which jumps around erratically, with no flow. This Thought is very difficult to parse, I'm sorry. I don't care enough to re-write it.
Link 10:19 p.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

"And though I once preferred a human being's company, they pale before the monolith that towers over me"
-The Statue Got Me High, They Might Be Giants
Link 8:51 p.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

"The following item(s) will be renewed."
A screenshot of large red text reading "The following item(s) will be renewed. Would you like to proceed?" then buttons "YES NO" etc
Link 8:17 p.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

“They’re people who are convinced that they are too special for rules, and too smart for education. They don’t regard themselves as inhabiting the world the way other people do; they’re secret royalty, detached from society’s expectations and unfailingly outraged when faced with normal consequences for bad decisions. Society, and especially economics, is a logic puzzle where you just have to find the right set of loopholes to win the game. Rules are made to be slipped past, never stopping to consider why someone might have made those rules to start with.”
Link 3:09 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

JS has `==`, `===`, and ``. I thought that was bad. Lisp has `EQ`, `EQL`, `EQUAL`, `EQUALP`, `=`, `CHAR=`, etc for other types
Link 2:46 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

Lisp was a mistake. Like, I should learn it, but man, who ever created it made a mistake.
Link 1:49 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

"That's either very cool or very scary depending on your point of view."
Link 1:30 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

We just put a loop inside of a format string. Lisp is wild.
Link 1:30 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

The Lisp people are all, 'There's no point writing lisp unless you're writing it in emacs'
"Common Lisp should be used with an IDE made for interactive development, otherwise you lose a key feature." Iconic. I'll stick with the REPL for the time being
Link 1:20 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

Help I can't figure out how to close `sbcl`.
Yes I am learning lisp. Every lisp programmer acts like every other language is hell. And like, Rust has fanboys who tell you that your language is worse. The lisp people are like, 'go for it, but I would rather write it in lisp' and that sounds powerful.
Link 12:53 a.m. May 09, 2021, UTC-4

I collect sentences
Link 5:04 p.m. May 08, 2021, UTC-4

"The best cherries I have ever eaten came from a street vendor in Paris"
Link 5:04 p.m. May 08, 2021, UTC-4

I want to have conversations about code. I wish people on GitHub talked to me.
Link 12:14 p.m. May 08, 2021, UTC-4

It makes me happy to know there are still people that care about swings.
Link 12:13 p.m. May 08, 2021, UTC-4

Man, I wish I had muffins right now.
I mean, they're in the oven, but I want them now.
Link 9:48 p.m. May 07, 2021, UTC-4

How do I know if I’m a real person?
Link 12:03 p.m. May 07, 2021, UTC-4

I cut up a rubber band and put it under the feet of my bed because my bed would slide on the hard wood if I sat up against the wall.
Link 12:29 a.m. May 07, 2021, UTC-4

I want to watch Polar Express
Link 10:29 p.m. May 06, 2021, UTC-4

I do see exciting future, but they're big things and they're far away. I need something to motivate me now.
Link 9:57 p.m. May 06, 2021, UTC-4

Last night I started thinking about Russel's teapot again and I think I utterly confused myself. What's the point of the thought experiment?
Something about how God doesn't exist because we can't prove Him to exist with science. But I thought the teapot thing was supposed to be an atheist position. But it only serves to prove that there are questions that science can't answer. I don't know, I don't get it.
Link 4:18 p.m. May 06, 2021, UTC-4

At some point I convinced myself that wanting to have a relationship with women is misogynist.
Like, if the interest is one-sided, then that's more than just awkward, I've actually been sexist. A little like, but not just for random girls on public transport, but also for literally anyone. They have a right to professionalism and if I try to bring my personal life into the conversation, I've violated that right. I guess I've only talked to 4 girls in-person in the last year, but that's mostly due to COVID. On the flip side, if I try to start a romantic relationship with someone that I've known longer than 3 months, then I'm scared of Man xkcd is too accurate with these things. "Am I ready for love? Or maybe just a best friend, should there be a difference, do you have instructions?" -Turning Out, AJR
Link 4:13 p.m. May 06, 2021, UTC-4

People don't understand that I have executive functioning issues. I cannot do anything except on impulse. I'm terrified of making a mistake.
I think this is my whole generation, but I don't want to project. Everyone is all, "sign up" for whatever. Like, that's an extra click, my odds of doing whatever you're inviting me to do have decreased by 90%. I can't take it. I'm just broken. I can't imagine social interaction at all.
Link 3:53 p.m. May 06, 2021, UTC-4

I have literally never regretted not using Oh My Zsh. Vanilla ZSH for me.
Link 11:53 p.m. May 05, 2021, UTC-4

The could be us but you playing
Link 11:14 p.m. May 05, 2021, UTC-4

Slept for like 14 hours.
Link 10:36 a.m. May 05, 2021, UTC-4

The Basecamp story is a microcosm of our society.
Link 1:30 a.m. May 05, 2021, UTC-4

I can take pills easily without water.
Link 12:20 a.m. May 05, 2021, UTC-4

Might just go to bed
Link 8:39 p.m. May 04, 2021, UTC-4

Might need to rewrite the About page for this website for a third time before sharing it.
Link 12:43 p.m. May 03, 2021, UTC-4

It's 2021 and my standards are still impossibly high.
Link 11:16 a.m. May 03, 2021, UTC-4

Drinking water to replace the water being lost through my eyes.
Link 11:41 p.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

There are way too many fricking markdown libraries when you consider that they're all bad.
Link 11:40 p.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

I can't tell if my eyes are watering because of allergies or if I'm actually crying.
Link 11:35 p.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

A figure stands in a doorway, hands on the frame on either side. Behind them, light streams out into the darkness. They lean forward, a bit
farther than they meant to. They start to fall forward, and have to move their hands to grasp the air in order to regain their balance.
Link 11:12 p.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

When were the TypeScript developers like "let's just keep all the types for all the packages in one repository"?
Link 10:57 p.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

Oh shoot I forget 'this situation is the result of US intervention in Central America'
Link 1:24 a.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

'Well actually, the number of children in cages has gone down significantly during Biden's presidency.'
'The two party system is fundamentally flawed. The only person that can bring real change is Bernie, which why I voted for him.' 'The US has always been right-wing.' 'Nothing ever changes'
Link 1:23 a.m. May 02, 2021, UTC-4

Had like a 300 word change-log here but Viv crashed and I lost it so you just have to guess what I changed.
I'll give you a hint, I reduced the main page file size to 6% of what it was.
Link 6:01 p.m. May 01, 2021, UTC-4

These Altoids do things to my sinuses. I haven't yet decided whether they're good things.
Link 2:05 a.m. May 01, 2021, UTC-4

There are all these ideas that not only exist only in my head but also only exist when I am thinking about them. Scary.
Link 11:39 p.m. Apr 30, 2021, UTC-4

I may or may not be picking fights on Reddit just to feel something.
Link 11:20 p.m. Apr 30, 2021, UTC-4

The person in the zoom chat addressing me by name to let me know I'm unmuted. Ah! Human interaction, how long it's been!
Link 5:04 p.m. Apr 30, 2021, UTC-4

Man, I wish I was a real person.
Link 1:41 p.m. Apr 30, 2021, UTC-4

"I'm like the best at being the worst."
Link 9:27 p.m. Apr 29, 2021, UTC-4

I sometimes fall into the trap of thinking that my sanity is correlated with my productivity, which is not the case.
Link 5:15 p.m. Apr 29, 2021, UTC-4

"If you need to prepare, it's not going to be any fun"
Link 4:04 p.m. Apr 29, 2021, UTC-4

How am I just now figuring out that x selectors are a thing?
Link 3:58 p.m. Apr 29, 2021, UTC-4

"do files have rights?"
Link 12:17 p.m. Apr 29, 2021, UTC-4

Someone took ffmpeg and compiled it to Javascript to run it in the browser. I have no words.
Link 1:23 a.m. Apr 29, 2021, UTC-4

Are you an inhale or an exhale person? I’m inhale
Link 11:28 a.m. Apr 28, 2021, UTC-4

I hate time and I hate money.
Link 10:08 a.m. Apr 28, 2021, UTC-4

This is my 1177th thought here. Someone should do the math to figure out when I’ll pass my Twitter.
Link 11:17 p.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

Someone needs to set up a meta website curating my thoughts.
Link 3:23 p.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

There are not so many paths as you might think
Link 3:22 p.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

Me: Haven’t you heard the good news of Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem? Formal logic is dead. Mathematicians: That’s not really–
Link 3:18 p.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

You’re trying to prove all toads are frogs? Idiot. Don’t you know that Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem states that under any system of
formal logical complex enough to prove toads are frogs will also include paradox? Logic is dead. Help by establishing a societal system for punishing people abusing toads.
Link 3:16 p.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

The other day my allergies were really bad, so my nose was running, and I was wearing a mask. Let me tell you, not fun.
Link 10:36 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

It takes a very long time to happen, but I am starting to reach the point where I am fatigued from looking too much stuff up on the internet
Link 10:35 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

Thinking about overdosing on Loratadine
That's allergy medicine, I think if I overdosed on it I'd just fall asleep.
Link 10:27 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

I live off of muffins.
I think I've eaten 7 muffins in the last 24ish hours. Could be higher.
Link 10:20 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

"The quiz will go and become a pumpkin"
Link 10:01 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

Drinking milk directly from the jug is a singular experience, wholly different from drinking from a glass.
Link 12:54 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

Information is key
Link 12:22 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

It was not clear why we must do the opposite of whatever Google did, but the world is a strange place
Link 12:22 a.m. Apr 27, 2021, UTC-4

Wearing sunglasses to keep the hair out of my eyes.
Link 4:06 p.m. Apr 26, 2021, UTC-4

“I think I know where all my problems come from, California”
-Dreams and Boxes, Watsky
Link 12:29 p.m. Apr 26, 2021, UTC-4

One of the coffee mugs that says "Don't talk to me until I've had my coffee" but it just says "Don't talk to me"
Link 8:16 a.m. Apr 26, 2021, UTC-4

I don’t need answers, I need sleep.
Link 12:36 a.m. Apr 26, 2021, UTC-4

Fun fact. `.childNodes` (sometimes) includes comments. You can read HTML comments from Javascript. They inherit the global `Comment`
Link 9:09 p.m. Apr 25, 2021, UTC-4

I value consistency very highly, but sometimes that leads to me missing opportunities to make things better, because I don't want to risk
losing consistency.
Link 8:17 p.m. Apr 25, 2021, UTC-4

"I keep losing my socks / where the hell do they go / I bet they're finally free"
-Adventure Is Out There, AJR
Link 8:13 p.m. Apr 25, 2021, UTC-4

People who try to gatekeep reading infuriate me to no end.
Link 7:41 p.m. Apr 25, 2021, UTC-4

Matthias's programming language of the day is [ReScript](, a language that compiles into Javascript, but is
designed to encourage functional paradigms. It's strictly typed, and places an even greater value on type-safety than TypeScript. Much like Rust, it's designed to be similar to common, modern languages, while still being compiled and taking advantages of the safety that results. (It's of course garbage collected, since it compiles to JS.) Syntax is similar to JS. Prominently, all primitive variables are constants; if you want a mutable value you have to wrap it in an object. It encourages pure functions, doesn't have any `null` or `undefined` types, and (in most cases) can infer types without needing type annotations. Because of compiler time optimizations, it boasts faster run times and smaller source files than comparable JS. The compiler is written in OCaml.
Link 7:39 p.m. Apr 25, 2021, UTC-4

Link 8:37 p.m. Apr 24, 2021, UTC-4

Happy Tuesday!
Link 6:16 p.m. Apr 24, 2021, UTC-4

"Matthias can you pls change the notif settings in the server so it doesn't ping every time someone writes something?"
Link 11:38 a.m. Apr 23, 2021, UTC-4

Sometimes I forget I have a nose.
Link 8:30 p.m. Apr 22, 2021, UTC-4

Lemons don’t have any rights
Link 3:46 p.m. Apr 22, 2021, UTC-4

"And by the way, it's supposed to be funny. Something that has all but vanished from serious music these days"
-Gatekeeper Julie (feat. Jim Svejda), Capital Cities
Link 12:37 p.m. Apr 22, 2021, UTC-4

Some very exciting things planned for this website. Nothing you’ll see just yet, but very soon.
Link 4:11 p.m. Apr 20, 2021, UTC-4

"Your audio is like 2 fps"
Link 4:01 p.m. Apr 20, 2021, UTC-4

Me, trying not to curse at how fricking sexy the new iMac looks. Hot fricking dang.
An image of the back of the new peach-colored iMac
Link 2:53 p.m. Apr 20, 2021, UTC-4

e.e. cummins’s ghost possessed someone to write SCP-3999. It is so beautiful.
Link 1:29 a.m. Apr 20, 2021, UTC-4

Honestly it's so weird living with other people and getting to know them. One of my roommates has been to McDonalds "once or twice."
One of my roommates never lets her computer die. I'd sit in a McDonalds until my computer ran out of battery without thinking twice.
Link 2:47 p.m. Apr 19, 2021, UTC-4

"Avoid success at all costs"
Link 12:04 p.m. Apr 19, 2021, UTC-4

"Who needs a song when you can scream"
-The Opportunist, The Garages
Link 11:42 a.m. Apr 19, 2021, UTC-4

241 tabs open on my phone. I wonder if I should close some?
Link 5:39 p.m. Apr 18, 2021, UTC-4

word-salad-yo-mama-jokes on Tumblr is peak humor. If you disagree you are welcome to go back to watching sit coms and not talking to me.
Link 5:38 p.m. Apr 18, 2021, UTC-4

I live my life absolutely consumed by fear of 3 things: other people, failure, and losing control of myself.
Link 4:28 p.m. Apr 18, 2021, UTC-4

FVDisco. Absolute fricking legend.
Link 5:30 p.m. Apr 17, 2021, UTC-4

Thinking about reading Le Mis, just as an escape from this world into a land of fiction for a while.
Link 12:29 a.m. Apr 17, 2021, UTC-4

My throat is so tired from talking.
Link 10:10 p.m. Apr 16, 2021, UTC-4

"I often mix my capitalization in informal text, to signal informality"
Link 3:43 p.m. Apr 16, 2021, UTC-4

Someone in the Vivaldi Discord made the mistake of linking to Min browser, and I'm very impressed.
Link 3:09 p.m. Apr 16, 2021, UTC-4

The conversation happening in the live chat room for supportXMR is quality. I unfortunately cannot share it here, since it is NSFW.
Link 12:42 a.m. Apr 16, 2021, UTC-4

I hate tables. No one should be doing tables. If you think about tables, you see tables everywhere. But most people don't.
Link 4:25 p.m. Apr 15, 2021, UTC-4

Everyone is trying 'websites that look like applications' (PWA, electron) but no one has tried 'applications that look like websites.'
Link 10:03 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

Here's a weird idea I've had for a bit. It's hard to describe, but imagine a browser that supported plugins for other file types.
I say it's hard to describe, because if you remove HTML as a first class citizen, i.e., HTML support is also a plugin, then what I'm describing is really an operating system. So imagine this operating system, that looks just like a browser—it has an address bar and tabs and that's about it. No other "applications." Not just a tabbed window manger, because the address bar is also super important here. In browsers today, you type a link to an HTML page in the address bar, and it opens. And you enter a link to an image, and it opens. Browsers can open PDFs, images, html, sometimes folders, and plaintext. But that's it, as far as I know. What if you had a browser that supported those file types by default, but also supported plugins to open and edit other types of files. Websites already send a Content-Type header that the browser uses to decide what type of content it is. What if I could register a plugin for a different Content-Type, like text/markdown, and then the browser could use this to open markdown files and read them. This removes the need for browsers to focus on making everything. It really separates the "browser" as a loader for these file types from the "browser engine" that parses HTML and runs javascript. Because the second task has become so daunting, it's really impossible to write a browser. But there's still a lot of room for improvement with the first problem. Why can my browser open all these file types, but not edit them? Obviously, PDF editing is out-of-scope for browsers today, but why then can I open a PDF file? I can open a folder from my SSD in my browser, but the item listing hasn't been touched in 10 years, it looks like. In 2021 markdown is a super common format, but markdown didn't exist when the browsers were being written, so it's not supported. And today, the browser makers are worrying about other things. If they let someone else write a markdown render, it would make the browser better. I could probably achieve a similar effect by using Atom with a browser plugin. Atom's vast array of plugins for different files is one of the inspirations for this idea. Or a tabbed window manager, like I mentioned. But those miss the idea of an address bar. It would be cool if I could type in the same box, "" and get a webpage or "file:///bin/zsh" to get a shell.
Link 10:00 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

Why has no one written a WYSITUTWYG editor yet?
*I found one from 7 years ago written in closure and probably abandoned*
Link 9:24 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

Apparently it's rude to post existential thoughts without context, "vague blogging." Heck that I do what I want here
Link 9:23 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

Send me ETH 0xB08b71160698A5182Cbb1099D5cd101c07B13D555 ty bye
Link 4:44 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

OK Orchestra goes almost too hard. I feel like I can't listen to it without headphones.
Link 3:56 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

"I thought I had the ADHD, but that's a real thing, and I'm just lazy"
-Three-Thirty, AJR
Link 12:59 p.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

I had a dream that I was in a forest of metals trees that were Queen songs. There was a snake, and I grabbed the snake behind
the head, like you're supposed to, and the snake was also ranked bedwars all star player nohuh. And my grip slipped, and the snake scooted forward and was able to turn its head like 90º, but couldn't quite bite me. But I was worried that if I brought my other hand over, it would be able to bite me, and I couldn't, like adjust my grip to where I was holding it safely again without my other hand. So I'm just squeezing this snake behind the neck, pretty hard, because I don't want it to slip out. I considered just squeezing super hard and trying to kill it, to be safe, but that's very against the morals of the recreational snake hunting club that I'm in. Because if you kill all the snakes then you can't catch them anymore. And then I woke up.
Link 12:31 a.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

I really value consistency. Even though I wasn't watching Bill Wutrz in 2014, it makes me happy that I can go back and find his videos from
then and they're the same as they are now. It makes me feel better about saying that I like him or his content. I trust that his content accurately reflects what he wants to be making, as opposed to just trends, and makes me optimistic that he will continue making similar content in the future. Anyways, watch this:
Link 12:18 a.m. Apr 14, 2021, UTC-4

Considering adding an audio portion to this website.
Link 10:48 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

I bought a microphone because I want people to listen to me.
Link 10:48 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

Still getting over the fact that we multiply matrixes from left to right.
Link 7:14 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

Where did all the happy people go?
Link 2:08 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

Just heard "Stressed Out" being played in public. Timer resets
Link 2:04 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

Become Catholic, become pope, start a crusade, conquer Istanbul, rename it to Constantinople. This is a joke.
Link 1:48 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

Why can't I go back to Constantinople?
Link 12:49 p.m. Apr 12, 2021, UTC-4

You thought I was real on here, lol no, my real thoughts apparently go into voice memos. I have some wild voice memos I don't even remember.
Link 11:09 p.m. Apr 11, 2021, UTC-4

Thinking about becoming a voice actor.
Link 10:47 p.m. Apr 11, 2021, UTC-4

I could spend my whole life, all my energy, just fixing problems. Never making anything new.
Link 11:55 a.m. Apr 11, 2021, UTC-4

Hundreds of static site generators on and they're all bad.
Link 12:36 a.m. Apr 11, 2021, UTC-4

Thinking about Rigby again.
Link 3:16 p.m. Apr 10, 2021, UTC-4

I bullied Illumina into taking down his video. We win these!
There's like 4 levels of context here, I don't want to give one level of context, but I also don't want to explain everything.
Link 11:29 a.m. Apr 10, 2021, UTC-4

It's creepy to me how similar Death Cab For Cutie and The Decemberists are. Exactly the same sound
Link 11:31 p.m. Apr 09, 2021, UTC-4

Listening to the album Mink Car. Too good, too good.
"I'm only holding your hand, so I can look at your bangs" -Bangs, They Might Be Giants
Link 9:32 p.m. Apr 09, 2021, UTC-4

Honestly, it's so refreshing to browse and not have to worry about "sure, this comic is good, but is it good enough to like/voteup"
Link 4:47 p.m. Apr 09, 2021, UTC-4

When you're a kid, there's this distinction between things that happen to your body as a result of the passage of time (growing)
and things that happen as a result of your actions. There's a weird period from 25-45 where your body doesn't really change except for as a result of your action. And then you start seeing changes as a result of the passage of time again. But we don't call that growing, we call it aging or something.
Link 12:02 p.m. Apr 09, 2021, UTC-4

I made brownies. The only problem with them is that there's not enough brownie per brownie.
The box-mix brownies are super fricking thin when poured into a 9"x13".
Link 9:52 p.m. Apr 08, 2021, UTC-4

Ah, if I didn’t have shame, the texts I could send.
Link 8:58 p.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

GEB is just like, ‘let’s imagine a computer with words of 36 bits.’ I’m so confused. Why not 32?
“When a computer program is running, it can be viewed on a number of levels. On each level, the description is given in the language of computer science, which makes all the descriptions similar in some ways to each other...” 287
Link 11:11 a.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

Life just comes at you so fast.
Link 2:14 a.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

I just want like 1 brain cell, please.
Link 2:08 a.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

KA finally fixed the bug that led to quotes being over-escaped in bios. It only took them like 4 years.
Link 12:17 a.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

I just can't be a normal person.
Link 12:16 a.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

I'm just so disappointed in myself.
"It's alright, I really think I peaked in high school" -80's Films, Jon Bellion
Link 12:09 a.m. Apr 07, 2021, UTC-4

Words have power, and you can argue or pretend like they don't as much as you want, but they do.
Link 11:42 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

I feel like everyday I crush my dreams
Link 11:34 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

"Are we truly doing things from a space of joy or merely because they once brought us comfort?"
Link 11:19 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

What is man without his WiFi but a poor little bundle of meat.
Link 10:29 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

Javascript! Inferred names on anonymous functions are "now" a thing in ES2015, and no one bothered to tell me.
Link 9:03 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

My last Thought was a joke. I have no shame. I just implemented multiple dispatch in JS and I fully intend to use it in the future.
Link 8:48 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

Me, clearing my search history after searching for "multiple dispatch javascript"
Link 8:02 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

Someone just said "non sequitur," but meant "oxymoron." shaking my head my head
Link 4:42 p.m. Apr 06, 2021, UTC-4

I have decided turning completeness was a mistake; I need to learn Iris.
Link 10:54 a.m. Apr 05, 2021, UTC-4

Just opened my window and got a very nice breath of fresh air. It took me by surprise, how cool and fresh the air smelled. 10/10
Link 10:02 a.m. Apr 05, 2021, UTC-4

I hate entropy. Entropy is the fricking worst. Why can't entropy decline? This is dumb.
Link 10:01 a.m. Apr 05, 2021, UTC-4

Adding a social life is so fricking stressful. Like, do I enjoy it, sure. Do I need some more social interaction, probably. But that doesn’t
make it any easier.
Link 1:22 a.m. Apr 04, 2021, UTC-4

Hello, I am a normal, functioning, adult human, and I would like you to commit to spending time with me
Link 1:01 a.m. Apr 04, 2021, UTC-4

I fricking love this website.
Link 11:30 p.m. Apr 03, 2021, UTC-4

Fun date idea: Open and read my thoughts. There's guaranteed to be some conversation starters in there
somewhere, right?
Link 4:25 p.m. Apr 03, 2021, UTC-4

The British pronunciation of Tunisia sounds so wrong.
Link 4:23 p.m. Apr 03, 2021, UTC-4

I would like to read fiction again. But alas. G.E.B. sits atop my stack of books.
Link 9:57 p.m. Apr 02, 2021, UTC-4

Why are words hard? I spend so much time around words and they're still difficult.
Link 10:52 p.m. Apr 01, 2021, UTC-4

Why am I such a bad writer? Why can't I write well?
I enjoy writing so much, but no one enjoys reading what I've written.
Link 8:50 p.m. Apr 01, 2021, UTC-4

Climbing isn't hard. The hard part is not falling.
Link 8:34 p.m. Apr 01, 2021, UTC-4

I feel like everyone was like 'I'm so bored we should totally do an April fools joke this year' and then no one motivated to do any. (@me)
Link 8:33 p.m. Apr 01, 2021, UTC-4

Art is a myth.
My problems: I don't have enough time. I'm not an artist. My nails are too long. I'm not a good enough writer. I haven't read the material. I don't have enough time. My parters don't share my vision.
Link 8:32 p.m. Apr 01, 2021, UTC-4

I really fricking want to be wierd. And in some ways, I'm sure everybody does, and I tell myself that I need to keep myself together and act
normal because everyone else does. But also, I go on Omegle and I say weird things, and they disconnect instantly. In a safe, anonymous environment, I can't think of people being weird. Like, I just want to scream gibberish and do a handstand and throw things. Does no one else?
Link 12:00 a.m. Apr 01, 2021, UTC-4

"You never had a mother. You only have this knife, these hands, this screaming that has been echoing for generations"
Link 11:18 p.m. Mar 31, 2021, UTC-4

I’m always like, ‘I want banana bread. I will make banana bread’ and then I do, and then I put it in the oven and have to wait an hour and
fifteen minutes. I’m just sitting here longing for the banana bread that I made but cannot eat for another 60 minutes.
Link 8:30 p.m. Mar 31, 2021, UTC-4

HALF ALIVE DROPPING MUSIC TODAY!!!!!! HYPE!!!! AJR and half alive in the same week is too much, I'm dead
Link 12:38 a.m. Mar 31, 2021, UTC-4

"Joe" has grown on me so much. Now that I understand the lyrics they’re super relatable
The Trick has also grown on me, but I still don't like the effect on the vocals.
Link 11:40 p.m. Mar 30, 2021, UTC-4

“All our troubles gone, like when we were young, take me back to where we all began”
-Infinity, AJR
Link 8:59 p.m. Mar 30, 2021, UTC-4

Hot takes on Discord.
'Discord is a malware distribution platform.' 'Discord does do anything special for gamers, gamers are just smart enough to fix the problem'
Link 4:19 p.m. Mar 30, 2021, UTC-4

It has been a couple of days. I have finished part 1 of G.E.B.
I have decided its genius lies in daring to venture closer to insanity than any other work of reason.
Link 3:42 p.m. Mar 30, 2021, UTC-4

When I say all software is bad, I don’t mean that every software responses poorly to good input.
Making software that responds to good input is easy. Making software that does exactly what you want is easy. But there are so few softwares that do everything well. That respond well to all inputs. I think that ties to Godel’s Theorem, but I haven’t finished GEB yet.
Link 9:56 p.m. Mar 27, 2021, UTC-4

Why are humans so concerned with what other humans think of them?
Link 9:53 p.m. Mar 27, 2021, UTC-4

I can render my markdown on the client side, where it takes 1.5 seconds, or on the server, where it takes 3 seconds. I hate this.
The issue is the images that I’m in-lining take forever to render as text on the client, and HTML layout has to finish before JS can run. So I was going to move it to the server, but the Python markdown library is just slow, to no one’s surprise. All software is bad, and anyone who says otherwise is trying to sell you software.
Link 9:41 p.m. Mar 27, 2021, UTC-4

“God is better than the very best thing that the world has to offer”
-How Great, Chance the Rapper
Link 9:38 p.m. Mar 27, 2021, UTC-4

I wish there was a genre like 'musical music.' Not that I ever listen to music from musicals, but it seems like a lot of the music I listen
to, especially AJR, would fit in better in a musical sound track than with other "Pop Hits."
Link 9:48 p.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

"Goodbye ordinaryish people, we had quite the run didn’t wе though, but you gotta be somebody sometimе"
-Ordinaryish People, AJR
Link 9:45 p.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

Me, pouring sugar from the bag into my waffles.
Link 9:03 p.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

So much fricking code I want to write so quickly and I can't write all of it.
Link 8:37 p.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

The thing about analyzing AJR is that they have such a broad range, that there's "doesn't sound like other AJR songs" and there's
"doesn't sound like AJR" and they are completely different things. "Ordinaryish People" has sounds that I've literally never heard before. It doesn't sound like anything else. But it sounds like AJR, because what other band is going to give a dubstep remix of the Blue Man Group's unconventional acoustic instruments.
Link 12:37 p.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

OKO is definitely weirder than Neotheater, which is a good thing, AJR music is supposed to be weird.
Link 12:19 p.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

"I try so hard to be so happy, are you happy too?"
-Christmas in June, AJR
Link 12:45 a.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

No, this is broken OP, you can't give Ryan this many sounds, he's too powerful.
Link 12:29 a.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

"Let's blame my parents 'cause they taught us their ways"
-3 O'Clock Things, AJR
Link 12:13 a.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

The pure irony of me staying up an hour later than I would otherwise to listen to 3 O'Clock Things, which describes the futility of staying
up until 3AM.
Link 12:11 a.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

Link 12:09 a.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

The leaves on the OK ORCHESTRA album art are animated! 9/10
Link 12:02 a.m. Mar 26, 2021, UTC-4

I love #cat-v because someone comes in trying to start a conversation with a Stallman petition, and everyone ignores them.
They are clowning on me for using plan9 utilities. I this person wants me to use the full OS or bust. I ask for help, and they're like, 'that's how it's supposed to work.'
Link 11:38 p.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

I could self-host a Mattermost instance and make people come to my website to talk to me.
Link 3:39 p.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

For any choice between 2 reasonable solutions, there is a 3rd solution that has all the advantages of both, at the cost of twice the work.
Link 3:21 p.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

Open source is good for open source developers. That doesn’t mean open source is the best for the software.
Link 10:06 a.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

If you don’t have modes, the editing process is always live. In vi, undo is clear. In Word, how much does undo undo?
Link 1:04 a.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

A data store that is neither declarative or imperative. The set of data *and* the fundamental operators on those data.
Link 1:02 a.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

Man, the half of the #cat-v IRC channel that I understand is pure gold.
> literally the only reason to use git is peer pressure. therefore I assume that all git users are also addicted to drugs
Link 12:17 a.m. Mar 25, 2021, UTC-4

Binge-read a comic about a gay hockey player. I don’t think I’ve ever read a comic, or anything about a gay man, or a hockey player, so I’m
Link 11:11 p.m. Mar 22, 2021, UTC-4

"Lyrics that mean nothing; we were gifted with thought"
-Holding On To You, twenty one pilots
Link 8:41 a.m. Mar 22, 2021, UTC-4

Can’t sleep, thinking about mortality.
I didn’t go to church yesterday, and I regret it.
Link 3:09 a.m. Mar 22, 2021, UTC-4

I might quit all social media and communicate only through email.
Link 1:53 a.m. Mar 22, 2021, UTC-4

"A good thing for you to think about at this stage in life"
Link 11:13 p.m. Mar 20, 2021, UTC-4

Bill Wurtz gives me the same energy as XKCD's Beret Guy.
A screenshot of wrutz's questions, "3.18.21 10:56pm currently trying to discover who am I and what my place is in this world, any tips?
you could build a canoe"
Link 1:20 a.m. Mar 20, 2021, UTC-4

I can't fit all my Todoist items on my screen at once. Let's go!
Link 4:04 p.m. Mar 19, 2021, UTC-4

My mans is insane. He literally compiled C to WebAssembly (for its simple instruction set) so that he could implement the instruction set
in BrightScript and run C programs.
Link 1:26 a.m. Mar 19, 2021, UTC-4

Why would I read the documentation? All the documentation tells me is that it's impossible to do what I want to do and it's out of scope and
I need to write an extension.
Link 12:02 a.m. Mar 19, 2021, UTC-4

People say having two dads wouldn't be that bad. But I had a dream last night that I was sitting with my family and my dad came up to the
door from the backyard, so I let him in. And then I realized that my dad already was in the room. I went to the kitchen and got a knife. And we just kind of sat there calmly, but with the tension of knowing that I was going to have to stab one of them and if I guessed wrong my whole family would die. It was pretty terrifying, would not recommend.
Link 12:45 p.m. Mar 18, 2021, UTC-4

I’m brutally curious about everything. I love learning and asking questions and thinking about things. I want friends who are like that.
And they’re really fricking difficult to find.
Link 2:39 a.m. Mar 18, 2021, UTC-4

I haven't been okay since middle school.
Link 3:32 p.m. Mar 17, 2021, UTC-4

Why isn't there an active Count of Monte Cristo fandom? All I want to do is read the Count.
Link 1:34 p.m. Mar 17, 2021, UTC-4

I used to know how to think.
Link 12:18 a.m. Mar 17, 2021, UTC-4

Matthias's guide to getting started with Blaseball!
0. Decide you want to. Blaseball is a simulation where fake teams, with randomly generated players with made-up names play each other. You interact with Blaseball as a fan, watching games through a minimalistic text format. In addition to the rules of B*seball, there are lots of twists that Blaseball adds. For example, last season, one of my team's pitchers became a terrible batter, before they were killed a few games later. The value in Blaseball comes from being able to interact with other fans, much like being a fan of a normal sports team, but more exciting. Blaseball games are played every hour, Mon-Fri, with a postseason on Saturday, and elections on Sunday. This ensures that there's never a null moment, and there's always something weird going on to talk about. 1. You're convinced? Let's go. Head to and create an account. Then pick a team. I'm a big fan of picking teams with no information other than the name. 2. Join the official [Blaseball Discord]( Read the rules and all that jazz, find your new team in #choose-your-team, and click it. This gives you access to your team's channels. Introduce yourself, this is your new family. Each team runs their channels slightly differently. For example, most teams have a watch-party-channel for discussing on-going games, but I don't know what the name will be for your team. The Discord is the best resource for up-to-date answers to your questions. Remember, no one else knows what's going on either. 3. As I'm writing this, we're on season 14 of Blaseball, there's a lot of history to get caught up on. I recommend [this]( video for a recap of the first 8 seasons' lore. It's not perfectly up to date, but that shouldn't matter, because no Blaseball re-cap can be, the game just moves too fast. There's an official recap video [here](, that covers through season 11. It was out of date before it was even posted. 4. Watch a Blaseball game. During the season, games are played on the hour, and usually last around 30mins. You can check the [Place Bets]( page for a countdown to the next game. Find where the other fans of your team are watching the on-going games, and cheer a bit. 5. Get to know your players. While watching a game and browsing the Discord for your team, see which players they talk about. The Blaseball Wiki (, there used to be a Fandom wiki but we don't use that anymore) is lore-based. It has background on every player, like physical descriptions and pronouns. It's put together by fans, through lore chats in the Discord (don't just edit it). 6. Ask your team about mechanics. Blaseball mechanics, like what does Flooding do? or what is the Ego+ perk, are things you can ask about. While they might be mentioned on the Wiki, the Wiki is primarily lore, and our understanding of mechanics is imperfect and changes quickly. 7. Set up your income. This is done on the official Blaseball website in the form of begging, betting, buying snacks, and idoling. The best money-making scheme is re-balanced every season. You don't have to Idol players on your team, and some players have serious perks. Right now, buying slushies is the best, but that's something you can ask about Discord. 8. Explore Blaseball in other ways! Want more background videos? Search Blaseball on Youtube. Want more lore than the Wiki gives? Seach Blaseball on AO3. Want to stay up to without reading message history in Discord? Start following your team on Twitter. Want more interesting live play-by-play? Find someone hosting Blaseball watch parties on Twitch. Blaseball is what you make of it!
Link 12:58 p.m. Mar 16, 2021, UTC-4

Tempted to stay up to watch the start of the Blaseball season.
Link 1:02 a.m. Mar 15, 2021, UTC-4

Back in -4
Link 3:12 a.m. Mar 14, 2021, UTC-4

Happy time change.
Link 3:12 a.m. Mar 14, 2021, UTC-4

I'm not going to look up an explanation for lyrics of "Cyclops Rock." There's probably a metaphor or a reference but I don't want to know.
"I taught you how to cyclops rock, and then you turn around and break my heart. You waste my cyclops time and mess up my cyclops mind" -Cyclops Rock, They Might Be Giants.
Link 11:34 p.m. Mar 12, 2021, UTC-5

Blaseball removes the illusion that sports are interesting to watch because of the skill of the players.
Every so often in a sports game, there will be a moment that exists outside of what the score is or what team wins or loses. If you're watching a basketball game, and a player just full on slugs another guy across the face, you feel that, beyond the 2-pt technical foul. If you're watching a baseball game live with your friends, and your pitcher pitches a perfect inning, in that moment, the score of the game doesn't matter. In Blaseball, if you have the best pitcher in the league, and she gets some stars sucked out of her, it doesn't matter that she's still pretty good. There's a narrative arc. Blaseball is about those moments.
Link 2:54 a.m. Mar 12, 2021, UTC-5

Am I on drugs? Who knows
Link 4:21 p.m. Mar 11, 2021, UTC-5

One of these days Mastodon just isn’t going to be up anymore.
Link 11:40 p.m. Mar 10, 2021, UTC-5

There's a complex idea that needs fleshing out, don't take it at surface level, but it has occurred to me that part of growing up is
realizing the things you imagine you wanted aren't necessary in the way you thought. Like, you can satisfy your desire for x with a small amount and it's not as black and white as a child sees it. The child never buys themself candy. The child imagines that they would buy themselves candy at every opportunity. The child asks the adult why they don't have candy. The adult replies, 'oh, candy isn't healthy' or whatever. But that's not the real reason the adult doesn't buy candy. The child also knows candy is unhealthy. *In saying this, the adult has invalidated the child's desire.* But the adult has bought themselves candy before. I'm not exactly sure where I'm going with this. My idea is that if you give a child unlimited money to spend on candy, they would end up with less candy than they originally imagined or intended. And I don't know if that's true. If it is true, it has serious ramifications, because it implies that "childhood" is inherently characterized by longing for what you can't have (as opposed to say, age, or personality).
Link 11:11 p.m. Mar 10, 2021, UTC-5

I just go whole days without any motivation.
I had a good day today, I unicycled some, I watched some good Youtube videos. The weather was nice, I'm not in pain. But at several points I had the opportunity to be productive, and could not find the strength or energy to do anything. I begin to understand why retirees live so idly.
Link 10:39 p.m. Mar 10, 2021, UTC-5

I want to be free
Link 10:07 p.m. Mar 10, 2021, UTC-5

I am not a tapitia. Post
Link 1:56 a.m. Mar 10, 2021, UTC-5

I'm very tired. I nap now.
Something something my standards are too high I'll never motivate to get a girlfriend.
Link 2:02 p.m. Mar 09, 2021, UTC-5

next to perfection
Link 2:07 a.m. Mar 09, 2021, UTC-5

Light was a mistake. We should go back to before God created light. Yes.
Link 9:22 p.m. Mar 07, 2021, UTC-5

Welcome back to, ruining my sleep schedule for the fun of it, with Matthias.
Link 5:27 a.m. Mar 06, 2021, UTC-5

I had so much I wanted to do today.
Link 3:33 a.m. Mar 06, 2021, UTC-5

The problem with the internet is that they will continue to bash people that don't agree with them so long as those people disagree.
I'm all for trying to convince people, but once you've made your case and I'm on your side, I don't enjoy listening to you repeatedly insult everyone who's not on your side. "Welcome to the club" "What do you do here?" "Well mostly we sit around insulting everyone who isn't in the club" "Why?" "For not being in the club"
Link 3:33 a.m. Mar 06, 2021, UTC-5

Doing Linear Algebra on a whiteboard, listening to "Cyclops Rock" by They Might Be Giants, feeling like it's 2003.
Link 8:52 p.m. Mar 05, 2021, UTC-5

I am only a fan of two things: AJR and the Breckinridge Jazz Hands!
Link 8:45 p.m. Mar 05, 2021, UTC-5

Aahhh! Life is pain
Link 4:09 p.m. Mar 05, 2021, UTC-5

All I have eaten today is a bowl of cereal and a chocolate bar and I feel alive.
Link 11:58 a.m. Mar 05, 2021, UTC-5

Doing a handstand is basically a drug. It just completely pulverizes your brain for a minute.
Link 10:23 p.m. Mar 04, 2021, UTC-5

I am obsessed with Blaseball. It sucks you in. Wow.
Link 9:36 p.m. Mar 04, 2021, UTC-5

Songs that are way better than they have any right to be: “Mike Townsend (is a disappointment)”
Link 12:48 p.m. Mar 04, 2021, UTC-5

"every person has a jazz hand and a worm inside of them, battling for dominance" It's me.
Link 11:55 a.m. Mar 04, 2021, UTC-5

Can't believe we lost Agan. I've only known ███ for a day, but it feels like ███ was the Jazz Hands. A season 1 player.
I'm sure ██'ll do well with the Firefighters. And I'm sure Edric will make a great addition to the team. But it still stings.
Link 1:14 a.m. Mar 04, 2021, UTC-5

"I am the ticker. I live atop the page"
A screenshot of the Blaseball website centered on the ticker at the top of the page which reads "I am the ticker. I live atop the page"
Link 10:53 a.m. Mar 03, 2021, UTC-5

This is a Breckenridge Jazz Hands fan site now.
Link 10:52 a.m. Mar 03, 2021, UTC-5

I'm done. I'm so fricking done. All software is bad, and I can't even criticize it because the KA Extension is garbage as well.
Link 11:31 p.m. Mar 02, 2021, UTC-5

Funky how dictator and dictation are like the same word.
Link 10:41 a.m. Mar 02, 2021, UTC-5

What is a view?
Link 3:18 p.m. Mar 01, 2021, UTC-5

I feel like I’m trying so hard. And I barely managed to pull myself out of bed this morning.
So tired.
Link 11:30 a.m. Mar 01, 2021, UTC-5

I just want people to listen to me when I tell them something.
Link 11:28 a.m. Mar 01, 2021, UTC-5

I haven't written code in days.
Other than like the couple of lines of assembly I wrote yesterday... I haven't like, committed, in a couple of days, if not longer
Link 11:28 a.m. Mar 01, 2021, UTC-5