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It's hard to argue with someone wearing the Sydney Opera House as a fashion statement.
  • Kirk had no problem asking God why he needed a starship.

  • A Weird Final Test for Boeing’s Starliner Uncovered the Likely Cause of Several Recently-Failed Thrusters
  • Being able to dock is one of the critical mission requirements. I wonder if this mission will be considered a successful test, clearing the way for scheduled crew rotation flights, or if NASA is going to make them do it again.

  • Android has a "Ctrl+Z" feature, the keyboards just dont support it
  • I miss the pressure sensitive touch screen my iPhone 7 had. A hard press immediately pulled up the copy / paste menu.

  • Android has a "Ctrl+Z" feature, the keyboards just dont support it
  • I miss the pressure sensitive my iPhone 5 had. A hard press immediately pulled up the copy / paste menu. I think th

  • Android has a "Ctrl+Z" feature, the keyboards just dont support it
  • iOS has a non-obvious undo / redo, too. To access the undo menu, shake the phone.

  • Boeing Starliner return delayed again as mission teams troubleshoot issues | CNN
  • The real delay here is that Starliner’s RCS system is in the disposable service module, so engineers won’t be able to do a post-flight analysis of it. Dragon’s RCS is in the reusable crew module; the only subsystems they don’t bring back are solar cells and radiators mounted on the trunk.

  • Marjorie Taylor Greene faces scrutiny for failing to disclose profits from her MAGA book
  • Few people buy these sort of books to read them. The way these things usually work is wealthy donors buy these books in bulk. Because they’re buying something, not donating to the campaign, it doesn’t go against donation caps. Also, unlike political campaign contributions, there’s also no restriction on who can buy a book, so it’s a way for foreigners to get money to a candidate. Either MTG has gotten a lot of money she shouldn’t have, and doesn’t want to disclose it, or she doesn’t have many rich friends left, and doesn’t want to embarrass herself.

  • A Christian writer attacked Dolly Parton for being pro-LGBTQ+. It didn't end well for the writer.
  • She bought a 50% share in the park in the mid 80’s because it creates jobs & brings in tourist money to the rural area of Tennessee she grew up in.

  • Happy father's day to all the great dads of star trek
  • Rom inspired his son to enter into a very successful career, just probably not in the way he would have liked. Then Nog inspired Rom to change career tracks and become a station engineer, so I guess it all worked out.

  • "Then and Now" TotK version
  • I was today years old when I learned that BotW Hyrule was in the southern hemisphere. (But TotK is in the Northern? You’re right, WTF?)

  • Romania denies visas for entire Russian delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Bucharest over "aggression against Ukraine"
  • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe. I had to look it up, figured I’d save everyone else the Google.

  • The Dutchman who gets Nike and Lego into wartime Russia’s stores
  • Who cares if you’re potentially extending a war if there’s wartime profiteering to be had?

  • Boimler is totally sus
  • We’re not spacing you because we think you’re the Impostor, we’re spacing you because you’re using a premium skin.

  • Grand Theft Acquisition: Terok Nor Stories
  • Behind the scenes, it simplified Ferengi makeup if you could just hang a curtain over the back of the actor’s head instead of having to apply a prosthetic.

  • True dedication
  • Ah, yes, the all charisma character build.

  • And now it's stuck in my head again
  • How can he call himself a Damon, he doesn’t have the lobes for business.

  • YouTube looks to be testing server-side ad injection to counter ad blockers
  • I don’t get why so many people begrudge YouTube for trying make money. They serve up 5TB of video data every second. Somebody’s got to pay for all of that. They know ads suck, that’s why they sell no ad subscriptions.

  • After 10 years in early access, 7 Days To Die finally has a release date for version 1.0
  • The big thing to differentiate 7D2D is every seventh night you’ll be besieged by a zombie horde. You spend the week reinforcing your defenses, stockpiling ammo, and upgrading your gear, then you’re tested. If you’re interested in this kind of game loop, it’s worth a in-game week or two. Like many of these games, they’re more fun with friends.

  • I don't remember the last time I've watched the theatrical version at this point.
  • I think I only watched the theatrical cuts twice: once when they came out, and a second time when the Film Society played them second run at the on-campus theater, so… 2004?

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