Billy_droptables

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Billy_droptables

43 points

4 days ago

Billy_droptables

43 points

4 days ago

I've had 2 for quite some time, they aren't as hard to take care of as a lot of people assume. But, I will say be ready to dust your house constantly, they require dust baths because water is very bad for their fur and that stuff gets everywhere. Other than that feed them, make sure their cage has plenty of room and they have activities to keep them entertained. They're also very social creatures, so if possible get a pair.

Edit: I will say though, they are very very sensitive to temperatures, so if you live in a hot area without AC don't get one.

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Billy_droptables

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7 days ago

Billy_droptables

1 points

7 days ago

Wait, Femboy, how? Don't they just hire whoever and not have a schtick like that anymore?

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Billy_droptables

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7 days ago

Billy_droptables

1 points

7 days ago

Man, I remember getting Go Ahead Punk and Hey Brother Can You Spare Some Ska for like a dollar a piece at Hot Topic, good times.

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Billy_droptables

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7 days ago

Billy_droptables

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7 days ago

It's an incredible album, but my tastes diversified a lot from there. I'm still hugely into Bad Religion and have a signed copy of, "Is Belief In God Good Bad Or Irrelevant" but I also love folkpunk and Hot Water Music and Frank Turner. I've found albums I love as much. But Against the Grain being my first will always give it a special place.

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Billy_droptables

5 points

7 days ago

Billy_droptables

5 points

7 days ago

Such a great album, like most punk rockers Bro Hymn will always have meaning to me.

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Billy_droptables

103 points

7 days ago

Billy_droptables

103 points

7 days ago

Same, Against the Grain by Bad Religion was the first punk album I ever heard back around 1992. From there I was hooked and just devoured the genre.

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Billy_droptables

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10 days ago

Billy_droptables

-1 points

10 days ago

Columbine is a really bad comparison here, don't forget Dylan and Eric were bullies and quite popular, they weren't outcasts being bullied by everyone else. I don't know why that became the narrative after it happened, but them being bullied is 100% false.

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Billy_droptables

35 points

11 days ago

Billy_droptables

35 points

11 days ago

FWIW you can recover from Dragonrot in Sekiro. It's not even terribly hard, just need the recovery charm.

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Billy_droptables

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13 days ago

Billy_droptables

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13 days ago

I was just like you, absolutely loved spicy food (still do, but I've had to tone it down some) and then I hit 40. Now spicy food burns my everything when I eat it. Getting old sucks.

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Billy_droptables

10 points

18 days ago

Billy_droptables

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18 days ago

How's your sex life?

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Billy_droptables

4 points

24 days ago

Billy_droptables

4 points

24 days ago

Ievan Polkka, AKA Leekspin song.

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Billy_droptables

5 points

30 days ago

Billy_droptables

5 points

30 days ago

I'm 40, live in Chicago and I have a nice pair of impact rated sunglasses. I use them for day to day and not just for the range because they're also prescription and it's really fucking expensive to buy prescription sunglasses so I just have the one pair.

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Billy_droptables

6 points

1 month ago

Billy_droptables

6 points

1 month ago

They really were, 80s/90s anime was something really special.

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Billy_droptables

43 points

1 month ago

Billy_droptables

43 points

1 month ago

Am 40, Evangelion came out in my teen years, can confirm.

Also, I've never seen it phrased like that before and I hate you a little for making me face my own mortality.

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Billy_droptables

23 points

1 month ago

Billy_droptables

23 points

1 month ago

I just got Goth Harry Potter vibes from it, boarding school, warring houses, mystery tied to the history of the school and a house based competition.

However, I did think the nods to the originals were cute and I always like Christina Ricci.

Overall, it was okay, don't know that I'd watch it again or care if it gets a season 2. But, I enjoyed my initial watch through well enough.

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Billy_droptables

2 points

2 months ago

Billy_droptables

2 points

2 months ago

I actually got it to work this morning. After a lot of digging I found an article on the iOS file system. Long story short I had to load them on Google Drive and then I could open them from Drive in Earth.

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Billy_droptables

8 points

2 months ago

Billy_droptables

8 points

2 months ago

This is me, I've always preferred difficult and skill based games to unwind. The rush of happy chemicals when overcoming something is unparalleled and the intense focus is almost meditative.

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Billy_droptables

18 points

2 months ago

Billy_droptables

18 points

2 months ago

You're missing the point of it. It's not procrastinating, it's living life on his time. We currently live in a world where everything needs to be done right now and that's toxic as all fuck, especially in a creative space.

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Billy_droptables

256 points

2 months ago

Billy_droptables

256 points

2 months ago

Oh man, he's a personal hero of mine, early adopter of the internet, huge tech nerd, hilarious writer, genuinely good dude who didn't take life seriously.

I have a banner in my office with my favorite quote of his, "I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by." Cannot say my PMs love that one.

Would absolutely recommend reading his works.

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Billy_droptables

2 points

2 months ago

Billy_droptables

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2 months ago

I think I've had signs for a long time and just kinda ignored them when I was younger and now that the conversation is more up front it let me pay attention to these things. I'm not certain in my case to be honest. But, age doesn't really matter with this, it comes at everyone differently and I wish you all the luck with your journey.

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Billy_droptables

4 points

2 months ago

Billy_droptables

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2 months ago

This was literally me all year. I'm 40, been bi and male my whole life... Still bi, not sure WTF is going on with my gender though.

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Billy_droptables

2 points

3 months ago

Billy_droptables

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3 months ago

I honestly have no idea, way back when I was dealing with it I just pushed installs and tracked licenses, haha.

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Billy_droptables

5 points

3 months ago

Billy_droptables

5 points

3 months ago

Next to that one, the other blue icon is Bluebeam Revu

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Billy_droptables

23 points

3 months ago

Billy_droptables

23 points

3 months ago

That Bluebeam icon matched with AutoCAD is giving me flashbacks to working IT for civil engineers.

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