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do you think the big goose would notice if i took one the little ones home?


So cute, and yet soon they will be so evil...


the geese will rip you to shreds


those geese are not your friends

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Have you ever or would you want to go to a Renaissance Fair? For those that don't know, in the US (and presumably elsewhere) there are festivals where people, uhh.. dress and act like old medieval (kinda) Europe and there's food and crafts and performances and stuff. It's definitely not historically accurate to any time or location. The people that work there are in character, but you don't have to dress up or roleplay, but it's more fun if you do.
It's quite famous for being the environment with the highest concentration of dorks and weirdos, so it's not as stressful as most public gatherings.
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Chicken was and is a peasant food. They don't require much to look after and they breed readily. Also, when a hen gets to a certain age she stops laying and there are roosters to think about as well, so eating chicken was not that uncommon.


pheasant food


I used to go to them with my Dad when I was younger. It was fun to watch the jousting and eat a giant turkey leg. Last time I went I paid way too much on a cool ornamental dagger.


I'm not that anal about things. But there is just to much of a juxtaposition between modern people and the costumes they try to wear, weight tattoos and died hair are the obvious issues but even more than that people these days are lazy and don't look after their appearance in general.

So for example, a guy came through the gate wearing Chinese clothing and said he was studying something to do with China at uni. Most of his costume was fine, he even had a head piece and long hair but his long hair was not bound up in the head piece. No self respecting Chinaman would walk around dishevelled like that and the amount of effort he would have had to have put in to fix this was minute(and he could have shaved his neck beard while he was at it).


that sounds very anal


pyon pyon spider
chilling on a leaf
flossing its fangs
waving at you
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heheheh arachnoween


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Very nice.


the cock that became rock


I'm a huge insectophobe but daddy longlegs never really bothered me for some reason. I used to get them a lot at my old home and I used to think they were kinda cute in a way. They don't seem to like going indoors, so they don't get in your way, and just sort of slowly stride along minding their own business most of the time unless they're panicked, instead of the spazzy sprints other spiders seem to randomly do. They also eat other spiders and stuff that can actually hurt you.

I've never seen them herd together like this though, they look like giant balls of wool.

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Sorry, I didn't see this thread until now.


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Every thread deserves a reply!

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Apparently the Writers Guild of America is getting pissy about things and are threatening a strike if their demands aren't met. One of the things that'd immediately happen if this were to occur would be that late night hosts would pretty much immediately have no material and be off the air, so sucks for the people that actually still have cable I guess? Aside from that it could potentially impact movies and TV for Hollywood and elsewhere across the country. What gets me curious is what does the WGA even do? Could they not be replaced by independent writers or AI or something? If these are the people responsible for churning out scripts for modern western flicks/cable tv then I have to wonder if it wouldn't be better if they do strike and take themselves out of the idea pool for media. Probably would be better if that were the case.

Also are guilds for writers like this a thing more exclusive to America because of how massive the entertainment industry here is, or are they a commonality to be found in other countries too including Japan?
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Meh, it's different. With higher ups its people acting unrealistic and out of place political dialogue
Without higher ups its just memes and references but often competent otherwise


Because in the west the writers are active on social media and fight with people who didnt like it



reading up on this more, the writer's guild may be as retarded as i initially thought


it's a union, they're as dumb as ceo


>For pre-greenlight rooms, it proposed “minimum staff of six writers, including four Writer-Producers.” For post-greenlight rooms, it proposed “one writer per episode up to six episodes, then one additional writer required for each two episodes after six, up to a maximum of 12 writers. Example: eight episodes requires seven writers including four Writer-Producers; 10 episodes requires eight writers including five Writer-Producers.”

>A writer/producer is responsible for developing, writing, and producing scripts of new stories for television programs or episodes. ...You are expected to research topics to deliver stories that are entertaining and engaging. You will be responsible for sourcing audio and video footage for editors and spearheading and collaborating for both pre-production and post-production with the editors. As a writer, you are also expected to edit, submit and dub material for program inclusion, coordinating the day-to-day activities of a support production staff to ensure quality, style, and content. Depending on where you are working, you may be required to operate video editing equipment, report and narrate stories, and assist show producers in organizing and planning the show. You may also be required to prepare fundraising campaigns.
>The three most common skills for writer/producers are instagram, facebook, and twitter.

Man, Writer-Producer sounds like an awful job, or many jobs. Lots of different responsibilities that would have you running around online and offline and you might not know what you're going to be doing at a new job.

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bees of spring hard at work
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If we were to play terraria I'd rather do it modded, probably with thorium but it's not updated to match the latest version. Taking them forever too.
Same with minecraft, would be good if it had a whole pack of big mods like bees/magic/technology etc. Don't know if they're up to date though.


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you know i built a lot but i havent really done anything with the bees


looks nice


There's a part of me that thinks there might be some behind-the-scenes mandate from ReDigit that tmodloader has to wait a certain length of time before it can be updated to match the current version of the base game. It really is taking a long time. It took a while for tml to catch up to 1.4, too.


would you like to go on a mandate with me


I know people love Atlas, but personally Spot feels like the more immediately useful bot. Think of all the lives that could be saved in manual labor jobs by having it going into more dangerous areas first instead of the new hire.


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It seems kind of like it's trying hard to find a purpose and the video didn't help much. It's moving around looking at gauges that would presumably already be digitized and sending signals to computers. It's also looking at things with its camera, but cameras are generally already installed throughout facilities for many reasons.
But, more importantly, it is COOL!


Lots of electric work uses


Important video
If you don't watch it you're banned
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Its funnier and less sad when dogs do it


dogs can't balance on balls though


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Japanese bird going for a swim


I wish I had a giant Japanese bird


The music lol




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I'm not someone that finds baby pigs to be very cute at all. I don't know, it just never clicked for me


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the /jp/igs


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Never seen a "plead" before on a file.
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lolwut, crazy if this is actually a page on a major website in this day and age


isnt this just a query parameter which can be named whatever you want...


its not like its something enshrined into the communication protocol like a hypothetical obscure HTTP code 485 Please Don't Download


I like it.


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418 Kissu is a teapot.

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Thoughts on KDE?
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For me personally the time I was using lighter desktops is when LXQT didn't even exist yet, I used the predecessor LXDE instead


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i have used KDE for almost 3 years now on different distros, most notably on arch which is the one i've used the longest. i enjoy using it and have it setup just how i like it. though a lot can be said about KDE's feature creep, it has almost every configuration one could possibly want or need. as for its bugginess, this is something that is greatly exaggerated online: i haven't had any deal breaker issues while using the same bleeding edge installation for well over a year now. at most, some minor graphical glitches that usually get fixed on the next update. as for its memory usage, despite being way more polished than XFCE they share a similar memory consumption.


libbie !


Not a fan of KDE personally. I'm more of a fan of WMs. If I have to use a DE I usually go with XFCE, MATE, or Cinnamon.


The only advanced Linux topic I've ever needed to deal with is the OS's C libraries, glibc, because I can't compile software on Mint then move it to other servers.

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almost through spring
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i want to buy prostitute


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If you know where to purchase services. I don't


cumming in bun cun...



so wacky

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Apparently there's butterflies out there that drink the tears of other animals.
I don't know what to do with this information.


they should drink my spit


Sadly, that's not salty enough.

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It was a nice rainy, relaxing day. This time of day it would normally be dark, but for whatever reason it's brighter than it should be and it's really pretty to look up from my window and only see tree tops instead of ugly houses
also photoshop has a brush that works remarkably well as leaf silhouettes
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Is it raining pixels?


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For some reason this spring hasn't had much rain, which is a bad sign, but today there's a nice steady stream of rain clouds. The sounds of rain hitting the ground is just so relaxing.
Still, nothing compares to being in a windy rain in a forest and also hearing the tree's leaves move around. I've only experienced it once, but I was never more at peace then at that time.
Youtube is full of "10 hours of rain" stuff, but I don't think any of it would compare to the real thing. Some video games manage to make rain very atmospheric, though, especially if they have music tracks that only play during rain, or sometimes they remove the music so you hear nothing but the rain and it has a strong effect, too.


you ever swam around in the sea while it rains? it's really nice


I was told NEVER to do that as an undertow could occur


I like this one

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