And like, I don't want to discourage anybody from posting about their mental health or other such struggles, it just feels bad, man.
To be clear, it'll be fine, I'll get over it. Keeping my mouth shut is the best option because I'm almost always wrong about this stuff.
And it's like, everybody does SOMETHING toxic or mean or bad faith sometime in their life, but you just feel like it defines you, even though everybody says it doesn't, it's like, you know the truth, you're just a worthless, toxic piece of shit and it'd be better if you weren't around and you can't ask about it because if she says no she's lying and if she says yes that just confirms everything and nothing good will come of it and and and and and
Said beloved thing today is a webcomic called A Stray to Botaram. Even if it'll almost certainly not get finished, you've still missed out if you haven't read it. Missed out in past tense, because I just tried to reread a couple pages and the images wouldn't load. Really, really sad. Not only that, but it's so obscure, I doubt anybody archived it, and the author disappeared off the face of the Earth.
Also, I saw somebody a few months back made a proposal to move everything to the bottom to make the distance between the top bar and dock shorter, but... why not just let the dock be on top?
Why do #linux desktops just want to be macOS now? GNOME 40, Cutefish, JingOS, Pantheon... Come on, guys, I'm not saying the layout/basic design language of the Mac desktop is bad per se (I've used such a layout in the past), but surely we can do better? Especially GNOME, which was fairly unique looking before 40, even if a lot of the design was similar.
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