i suspect it is an unrelated flu but, well. pandemic. time to quarantine.
i've not had like, breakfast foods at hpme for a while and been procrastinating on buying them. and sometimes there's food at work but not *reliably*
'every day a Friday' seems nice at first glance (under assumptions of a normative 9-5 job with weekends off or similar arrangements etc) but a moment's thought shows the obvious problem that the thing that makes Fridays nice is that they come before weekends, but obviously that wouldn't be the case under the hypothetical in question. What you want is 'every day a Saturday', but that doesn't have the same associations for your ad campaign
i had, like, one cup of coffee! how did that result in Nyoom Mode
sure google is doing lotsa sketchy things and monopolies are bad but the real reason to keep using firefox is out of spite towards those people in particular
I remember seeing an ad for some biological nanotech thing and being like 'oh, finally, something that didn't exist before' and people taking offence to that. Like maybe I was downplaying everything they'd done while I was gone
I was in The Future (either two hundred or four thousand years from now). I had missed the intervening time, not clear if i had died and been brought back to life or some kind of suspended animation, but most people I know had lived through it (and were immortal). I was very confused because the future was surprisingly similar to the present, like cities looked the same and technology looked the same and everything, and the people who had lived through it insisted it was very different.
i'm trying to track down how common zie/zir is, both absolutely and vs. zie/hir. i have the vague impression the latter is more common but it's hard to back that up with data
if i ever need to create a new online identity not associated with this one, how deanonimising will keeping my preferred pronouns be, hmmmm
nb, buenos aires. late twenties/early thirties
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