old joke 

Gotta love being assigned a bug in a different branch than I've been working on right before the bug tracker goes down.

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Coronavirus, ways it has and hasn't been spreading, preliminary findings 

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covid/interesting tech 

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uspol 

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uspol 

Misread a "Telehealth Consent Form" as a "Telepath Consent Form."

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we tricked sand into doing math really fast and an ancient desert faerie cursed us for our hubris and thats why computers

covid impact on internet traffic 

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Artwork by Jorge Garza:
"This is for the health care warriors fighting against Coronavirus."
instagram.com/qetzaart/

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“While the breakthrough is cause for celebration among Egyptophiles, archaeologists, and bakers everywhere, the project was actually born of an online blunder.” atlasobscura.com/articles/what

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Well, I guess one good thing about spam is it can help you confirm that your email synced. 🤷‍♂️

Someone pulled thread necromancy on an old (like 2011) blog post about The Flash with lots of comments. On, topic, thoughtful, respectful of disagreements.

OK, posting approved!

20 minutes later: Tearing through more old posts from years ago and posting things like "Nah bro" and "Yeah you wish" and such.

*plonk*

Nope, sorry, you go back in moderation jail.

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#2290 "Homemade Masks" 

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Nature is as much the tiger prowling the forests of Siberia as it is the spider wandering across your ceiling, as much the springbok striding the plains as it is the fox walking through city streets at night.

That fox doesn’t see much difference between “nature” and city. So why should we? The only real distinction is the one which we draw in our own minds.

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The Wisdom of Kahless 

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