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  • If I took all my DNA out of my body, wouldn't I be dead? πŸ€”

  • VR title Gorilla Tag has earned over $100 million since 2021
  • VR is so full of kids... Every time I get on Pavlov, I end up with a bunch of kids tryna to climb me. πŸ˜…

  • Someone escaped the Matrix
  • I could be a farmer...

    An MMO gold farmer. 😌

  • I can't disagree.
  • I still like to think the thing from Fight Club where they blow up all the central banks would be cool.

  • my home rule
  • I've already explored the Haligtree. One more hour and I can follow her/him into the shadow realm.

  • Nintendo Does What Everybody Else Nintendon’t - Aftermath
  • I personally found BOTW a bit lacking, though was fun to play something closer to the original game than the game that came just before it. TOTK is just so much better in every way.

    TOTK is the only open world game with a building system where the building element is used in real gameplay and not just "hey, you can build a house that serves literally no function." That one thing alone puts it above so many other large open world games because even if you're doing the same kinda stuff over and over, you do have a lot of ways of solving everything and it's not just repeating the exact same actions again and again unless you want it to be.

  • Porque no los Dos?
  • I'm digging how Japanese is just context based. The same sentence that says "He's cool" is the same as "She's cool" and "It's cool." What changes its meaning is the context you're using it in.

  • The Ten Commandments must be displayed in Louisiana classrooms under requirement signed into law
  • Someone should pull a Martin Luther and nail the part of the constitution that separates church and state to the entrance of the biggest school in the state.

  • If your mind got transported back 10 years right now with no time to prepare, how could you exploit your knowledge for personal gain?
  • Let's see... that would be 2014... Uh... Fuck. Yeah, crypto is the only answer. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

    And more personally: I wouldn't get married. I wouldn't even go down the path that led me to meet my ex-wife. Fuck all that.

  • VR title Gorilla Tag has earned over $100 million since 2021
  • I can't even figure out how to climb over the first wall in the tutorial. It's like my arms need to be longer IRL or something... I think I may just be too tall (constant problem with VR games that have no or lazy height scaling).

  • They're Usually Shredded Alive Rule :(
  • Never understood this. Why not raise the roosters for their meat and feathers and leave the hens for laying eggs?

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    Can We Guess Which Deadpool and Wolverine Character You Are?
  • I'm that guy from the second movie who didn't even have super powers but this quiz thinks I am Deadpool.

  • How the NFL’s β€˜Worst-Ever’ Owner is Blocking Movie Showing β€˜Rapist’ Trump
  • The Apprentice

    Whew... For a second there I thought they might have meant Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.

  • I miss text-based tutorials
  • The irony is that a video could technically be shorter than reading (you can speak and listen faster than writing and reading). Except that most video tutorials have 15-20 minutes of bullshit before it gets to the actual tutorial.

  • Have you ever clicked on an ad *on purpose?*

    Just as the title says: Have you ever clicked on an ad, knowing it was an ad, on purpose? What ad was it? Why did you click it?

    Curious because I realized I have not once in my life clicked on an ad shown online on purpose. Accidentally, and being tricked into clicking the wrong thing sure; never with intent though.

    Is there a "canvas" of the universe? Do we even know? Would a canvas follow the same laws as the paint?

    Think of the universe as a painting. There's the image made in paint, and the surface it was painted on. The canvas.

    The stars, the planets, the gasses, the matter and energy and even the space between are the paint. What's the canvas? Is there a canvas? Would the canvas follow the same rules as the paint?

    What foods from the shows would you like to try if you could?

    There's a few for me. Yamok sauce. Various synthohols. The desserts Troi's always eating (or being). But most especially gagh. I wouldn't let the fact it's some kind of living worm distract me from the way all the cool people describe it. If Riker likes it, I think I would too and I certainly wouldn't want to look like a p'taQ in front of Riker.

    What happened to "stoner" comedies?

    Half-Baked. Happy Gilmore. Billy Madison. Grandma's Boy. Dude, Where's My Car? Where have the movies like this gone? Clerks 3 was, I think, the last good one I've ever seen (and even they got too real and too sad so I don't even know if I ever want to see it again as a comedy). There's gotta be some good, funny shit that's even funnier when stoned out of your mind that's more recent than that, right?

    Why is only the ? and ! put at the front and upside down of a sentence in Spanish?

    Why not periods? Why doesn't every sentence in Spanish that isn't a question or exclamation start with a period floating in the sky?

    What would be the best way to fix the little stopper switch for one of the motors on my Aquilla?

    One of the stepper motors' switch things (the metal part that hits the bar to tell the motor it's at one end of the track) came out and it's either bent too much or snapped off (it's so small I can't really tell) and it doesn't go back in place, which means I can't use the printer because the motor with the head on it doesn't know when it has reached the end of the track and just tries to keep going if I don't stop it.

    My first thought was to print a new piece but... That won't work when I have to use the printer to do that. The motor itself is great. It's just that stupid little metal triangle thing used to give the teeny tiny switch some more surface area to be pressed.

    I want a Mixed Reality thing that works the opposite of how I am seeing it done right now...

    Right now it's augmenting reality with fake shit. Like you see the real world and can put non-real things in it. What I'd like to be able to do is be in a fake world and bring real world objects into that.

    Like, say I'm in VRchat just sitting somewhere hanging out it would be cool if I could bring my drink, my food, my vape, etc into the game so I don't have to fumble around looking for them with my hands. I haven't found anything that does this though... :/

    Got new phone yesterday. Already hate it.

    My previous phone's charge port finally went kaput so I had to get something new. The best option I had was a Pixel 8 or 8 Pro. I went with the 8 since it looked like the only major difference other than price was the cameras, and I don't take a lot of pictures.

    1. It's half the size of my previous phone. I'm a big guy and I like big phones, especially of the phablet variety. This thing feels like it's made for children.
    2. Because it's a carrier branded device, I can't actually install the custom OS I wanted to because the option for OEM Unlock is grayed out. Which wouldn't be a surprise had this information been front and center on Graphene or Lineage's supported phone page and not half way through the instructions for install.
    3. Fucker has ads!
    4. Don't know what to do with my 2TB sd card since absolutely nothing available had an SD slot.

    I'm so sick of these closed down bastards. I wanna be able to build my own like I would a PC 😩

    How come running hard (especially when out of shape) makes your lungs feel like they are on fire?

    Just had this thought while running with my dog and getting fatigued. Why does it feel like that? What is going on in the tissue to make it "burn?"

    An emotional, story-based game in VR would kinda suck...

    Crying while wearing a headset could damage the headset. At the very least, it would be hard to see if you can't wipe your eyes.

    So every time a discussion about Dragon's Dogma came up, I was apparently thinking of a totally different game.

    I could have sworn that I had played Dragon's Dogma before because people told me it was like Skyrim and Dark Souls had a baby but I found it to be more like Monster Hunter on the Source engine.

    I fired up the game since I do actually own it and it was totally not the game I was thinking of. I don't remember a damn thing about this but it really is like Skyrim and Dark Souls had a baby. So now I have been wondering: What fucking game was I mixing this one up with?!

    It was setup exactly like Monster Hunter where you do things in a little hub city to buy, sell and upgrade shit, check out mission boards and gather a party before using a boat to head to the mission area. The mission areas were super linear paths like Monster Hunter, but without even the facsade of being in a bigger area and you could do things like use ropes to tie down bigger monsters while your DPS attacked the monster. And it was built on the Source engine. I can remember all that but I am drawing a blank on the name since realizing it's not Dragon's Dogma.

    If one state changed its state flag to be the exact same as another, is that a copyright violation?

    Just saw a thing about Minnesota's flag contest and some joker suggested using California's flag which I started overthinking about which leads us here. If Minnesota actually changed their state flag to California's state flag, could California sue Minnesota? πŸ€”

    Kolanaki πŸ‡° πŸ”΅ πŸ‡± πŸ‡¦ πŸ‡³ πŸ‡¦ πŸ‡° ℹ️

    I'm just a weird, furry, pan guy (cis he/him). I also have a big, blue username.

    I'm learning Japanese so sometimes I might write something out in romaji just to practice. Please correct it if it's wrong!

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