And then you get GPS coordinates that are weirdly specific, like this: 36.0104905391688, -81.8258090983823
Yes, I did really need to know that location down to the position of the mite on a gnat’s butthole.
But I’d definitely rather have that than the vague or off-planet ones.
I just can’t understand rape. Perhaps because I’ve never desired to have power over someone, it just makes no sense to me. Aside from the absolute horror inflicted on the victim (which, really, should never be put aside), how is it at all worth it to the perpetrator? I mean, I guess I just don’t understand what these (mostly) men get out of it.
Whatever that it is in others that could possible enjoy that or at least feel compelled to commit such an act, it’s just totally absent in me.
I’ve had drunk women pass out literally in my lap and I felt not the least urge to rape them. Or even to look down their top for that matter.
And I am no saint, not in any way.
This really creepy guy was in my friends group in high school and he once asked me and a few others hypothetical questions such as, “What would you do if Kate Moss was passed out in your bed?”
The others’ responses were predictable. I don’t need to recount them here.
My response was, “Well, I’d get her a blanket if she looked cold.”
Puzzled looks all around.
Yes, I did call myself a feminist in high school and yes, many ass-kickings were attempted to be dispensed due to this fact.
Did not give a fuck then, still don’t now.
Yes, I do know that we are near the physical end of MOSFET chips but I do think it’s funny as well that the first “Moore’s Law is dead” article I recall reading was around 1989 – nearly 25 years ago.
This person remembers that too, I’d bet.
Right or not, my trust in your predictions is diminished if you are only right because you say the same thing for 25 years.
It is beyond amusing to watch the nerd rage when Apple releases hardware that’s better than anyone else’s – the nerds complain about it being “too expensive.” Guess what, you pay for quality. Always have, and always will.
“But, but, I can get a laptop for $500,” they sputter. Yep, sure can. One that weighs more, is slower, has a far worse screen, and will fall apart in a year. You’re welcome to it.
Nerd rage is the most fun rage of all to make fun of, because it’s so inconsequential and yet they take it so very poorly when you call them on it.
Today I learned there is a trail in North Carolina called “Old Butt Knob.” And nope, it ain’t “butte” as there aren’t really any buttes in NC.
See for yourself.
I’ve gotten so good at finding the real location of things on vague, poorly-drawn, out-of-scale and misleading maps that sometimes I even scare myself.
Sometimes, I have almost nothing to go on to find a trailhead or location. For instance, this is what I started with for this trail, though I later found a vague map that helped. Sometimes though I just have words and I still usually manage to find the location. I just happened to use as an example the one I was looking for right now.
I found the trailhead in less than three minutes.
Here it is.
That one wasn’t even hard, really.
When I started this project, it might have taken me half an hour to find it. Or I might have never found it. That’s how much better I’ve gotten at this in the past year.
If it exists, at this point I can pretty much find it.
Useless skill #678.
I found a site that listed these as GPS coords:
Yeah, that’s not actually on this planet. Or any planet.
Typical dialogue with people who don’t know me very well if I stay at their place or similar.
Them: Don’t you ever sleep?
Me: I was asleep right before you started talking to me.
Them: But you answered right away! That’s not asleep!
Me: That is how I sleep. I was fully asleep and I woke up the moment you started talking.
Them: But that means you weren’t asleep!
Me: Yes, I was fully asleep, as deep as I ever sleep.
Them: But you heard everything I said!
The crazy stuff Ana Tudor does with pure CSS is…I don’t even. What. Just take a look at this.
This one is my favorite, I think.
Wish she’d make a tesseract. There’s skills about things I didn’t even know there could be skills to have.
I cannot agree with this in any way.
No, the reason they get depressed is because when you’re retired, it is easy to feel like you have nothing to live for anymore, no purpose, nothing to get up for, no reason to even get dressed.
Only boring people get bored, I’ve found. And most people seem for whatever reason to base their entire lives around their careers, so when that ends – which it always will, and sooner than most people expect – that’s all they have.