Back up your accounts people. I moved my account from weaponvsac to dice.camp in 8 minutes, plus another one or two setting it up with Subway Tooter on my phone. You never know when an instance will die. This time I got warning, but next time I might not.
ATTENTION i am currently following 7 people which is just SAD because i know a lot of you are very cool (which is not relatable)
so pleas reply if you are like me: make an arts (video game or comick are my favorite). being traisn Gender. enjoy goth or horror punk rock gross stuff. extermely bad and powerful at posting On Line Content
then i will follow you back so we can scream at each other about Bull Shit
@Canageek Finally someone else who doesn't approve of the misappropriation of Rogue-Like.
@emdeesee @viciousviscosity I seriously considered buying a USB foot pedal keyboard so that I could do Ctrl and Meta with my feet. I was talked out of it by someone who said they'd tried it and that feet don't move fast enough so it actually slows you down.
(Now that I think about it, even beyond muscle fiber types and whatnot, just nerve conduction time is a problem.)
@Canageek or maybe the yahoo directory? Anyway, there was a subject directory
Should I watch True Detective? I know it has KiY/Carcosa elements, but how much do I have to have to watch to enjoy those bits, and is the rest of it any good? I'd watch it without a second thought if it were a 3 hour movie, but I don't know that I want to spend 18 hours plus on a TV show sight unseen.
"With McDonald's changing its Chinese company name to "Golden Arches," netizens are suggesting literal name changes that others could make."
Canadian Geek, not a geek in a can. Studying Chemistry at SFU. Plays tabletop RPGs. Main: Canageek@cybre.space RPG talk: Canageek@dice.camp
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.