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Cake day: Aug 01, 2022

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Just this week LastPass was hacked. Not the password database I guess, but it really points out how silly the idea of holding everyone’s passwords in your server is.


I sort of agree with this. Even better if the parts came out as single units ready to use rather than having to hack a leg or something.


As a chef at a vegan restaurant, I would be completely ambivalent to the good life some reptilians live. But I’m not.



📎 this is Paper Clip, Clippy’s useless cousin. He holds paper if you put it in it’s butt. It’s the only thing it does and it doesn’t do it well.


Probably something insidious. Something totally shitty evil barely legal that their lawyers worked on for a good 200 man years over a period of 3 months.


One day, back in 2010, I got pissed at my Epson color printer and I saw an ad in Fry’s for a Samsung office all I’m one printer/scanner/fax. It’s 2022 and I’m looking right at it right now. It has moved to 6 different houses and it’s in need for new toner, but it still runs pretty well.

Epson just screwed up it’s printer business model because I would never, under any circumstances buy another Epson anything, ever again. I’ll buy it used from a garage sale as a paper weight before I’d ever buy epsom for anything. I got down to the code on this kind of shit with my Epson and my Brother printers. I was able to get the brother running again, but the Epson went into the garbage.

Do this is what they did to their clients. Client no more.


My wife loves the idea of these. I saw a bunch in the Netherlands and I thought they were pretty cool. Unfortunately these are really expensive so the only way is to make my own.


Geez! So depressing 😭. He needs more ram. 🐏


From what I understand, people in russia are noticing that no one is coming back or coming back without legs or arms or dead. Obviously the same in Ukraine. However russian soldiers don’t see their country unfairly attacked so they don’t have the drive to enlist other than the corrupt government forcing them in clearly evil ways like just going to your house and literally taking you. On the other hand, you got the Ukraninans who, on the very first days of the war would make and use Molotov cocktails. They see an asshole country destroying theirs and their way of life. So they got everything to lose. That’s why they come back. Plus men of fighting age are not allowed to leave. Most of the world see how russia’s asshole guy, little pipiputin is killing innocent people. As you might understand, most of the world has most of the people who live in the world, and they got something to lose. The world has their future to lose if russia starts WW3 or if they start using nukes. This is why russia is loosing soldiers and Ukraine keeps getting more and better trained ones.

At least that’s what I understand. It might be that the world wants to become a slave to cancer baldy pipiputin. There are people like that. Would you like to be a servant of a guy dying from cancer who is killing kids?


Me, looking at written stuff and imagining that I can hear it in my mind’s ear.


Hopefully by the end of the year or earlier. Russia is basically running out of people.


Yup, this is why federation is so good. Have them eat their pie, let us eat ours.


I’m new and was looking for political places to chat and crack a few jokes but wow. That instance, from the federated posts I’ve read, totally takes the cake, eats it and spits it out on your face through it’s butthole covered in puke. It’s simple things like, oh we love trump and don’t love Biden. It’s more like people trying to figure out where the guy’s at right now and trying to do some craziness with that info… It’s bad.


Oh I agree. Reducing digital rights is Microsoft’s #1 priority.


Are you saying that china wants to take over Taiwan so as to exclusively procure insulin generating vaccines or whatever type of remedy that may come from research?

In that case, I will stop working on my time machine immediately! Okay I finished my time machine, I recommend that we protect this Taiwan researcher. Antigravity turbo luminal engines depend on his findings. More specifically the life of Juan Pedro Lee Vadercamp must be prolonged. Juan’s research culminated in the theory of quantum megatomics.


This is working well. My only complaint is that android doesn’t allow Syncthing to write/update to the SD card. It can backup the SD card, but it cannot update a change to it. This is definitely Google’s fault. Whatever is going through their minds, it’s definitely not helping me as a user of memory cards.


… meanwhile at the Calcutta DMV …an this pedal is the velocity increaser while this one is the coaster pedal and that other one is the car stopper pedal. This large stick coming out of the floor, we call it the different mesh gear selector stick, it can be used to select between several differently sized gears of different mesh number. Okay to initiate a velocity translocation for example from your self owned domicile to a near to you wally mart, first press the coaster pedal and you rotate the different mesh gear stick to indicate the initial gear. Slowly let go of the coaster pedal while simultaneously pressing the velocity increaser pedal. As you press with more downward distance, the second derivative gauge will initially increase, then decrease while the first derivative gauge will steadily increase. Now, this next segment of the process takes a small amount of initial condition estimation will some slight randomness. As your second derivative gauge begins to drop, that means the ultimate power delivery from the linear variables gas chambers to the circular traveling shoes is diminishing. At that moment, you must move the different mesh gear indicator stick from the initial velocity to the subsequent velocity. From here on out your process will be to repeat the previous process unless the street controlling indication lights are letting you know that you must stop. In that case you will step on the coaster pedal and then on the car stopper pedal until the vehicular velocity has reached the nill condition. I am so sorry, but it is appeared that we, or you in your case, have actually and unfortunately removed the life from 3 pedestrian people. As you perform the necessary velocity adjustments, you must also observe the rules of the road as indicated in this 1/4centimeter by 3 centimeter by 0.005centimeter document. The paraph indicating to not proceed if pedestrian people are present, is sometimes missing if the printer cut the paper in the incorrect location. Lucky for your day, this is the case and you will be given a second chance after only the removal of one finger.


Just saw this. It’s crazy how fast nature can fix it self if we just stop hurting it. The pandemic has done quite some good in getting rid of cruise ships and tourism. I kind of hope it continues and that we learn to leave nature alone.


Just a new Ford humvee
Looks like this time you don't need roads. Just look at those tires. It can probably run over a good 6 people at a time. One day it will too be available at the junkyard.
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Mid summer, August 04, it rained in Seattle.
It's was cloudy and rainy/breezy today between one of the longest heat waves in Seattle and another that's coming next week. The weather is weird around here.
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Maybe we should reduce the amount of rubber in the tire by adding a new compliant component between the wearable tire and the rim


What is your favorite password manager?
I started digging into opensource password managers and found that they all suck major ball sack. I ended up picking nothing. My two runner-ups were bitwarden. It works on Linux, Android, whatever apple's shit runs on, and even runs on PC's with the OS that you usually delete first thing. But the major drawback is that I can't trust it. It's got a "premium" version, and that has always meant a slow steady spiral into "you must pay now that we have you by the balls" situation. Another drawback is that it's centralized, kill the company and so go your passwords I suppose. The other runner up is called liso. This one comes with two major drawbacks. One is that is browser only so far. The other one is that it doesn't work on Linux yet. Such a shit shit option. Everything else out there wants you to pay for encryption. I did end up learning about pass on Linux. It creates encrypted passwords and there's some compatibility with guis and maybe available on Android??? Big question mark. I've tried nothing yet. My password list seems to grow daily. So what's your favorite one?
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